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  • Courts deny Costa Mesa's petition to remove layoff injunction

    COSTA MESA — An injunction prohibiting the city from outsourcing employee-performed work to private companies will remain in place after the California Court of Appeal in Santa Ana on Thursday threw out the city's petition to have it lifted. The...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Crews install city wayfinding signs in CdM

    Crews installed a bright blue wayfinding sign last week on East Coast Highway at Fernleaf Avenue as part of a citywide project to add 65 informational signs. The project briefly closed one lane of Coast Highway's westbound traffic while the sign was...
  • Corona del Mar Today: CdM Median Banner Frame Installation Delayed

    Ten months after being approved by the Newport Beach City Council, a permanent frame for banners will be installed at the Marguerite Avenue intersection of E. Coast Highway. But a dig alert has delayed the project by a few days, city officials confirmed....
  • City Council OKs contracts with two law firms

    COSTA MESA — The City Council on Tuesday approved contracting with one law firm to see the city through its workforce outsourcing effort, and a second law firm to defend those contentious outsourcing plans in court. In a 3-1 vote, the council...
  • Newport attorney is a 'working machine'

    Newport attorney is a 'working machine'
    This might not have been the best time to take up a new sport. Aaron Harp started tagging along with his wife, an avid runner, just before he began his post as Newport Beach's attorney. Now he's spending 12-hour days in back-to-back meetings, and...
  • Commentary: Hawkins twists mayor's message over involvement

    I know my shortcomings. One of which is the inability to understand government — local to federal and everything in between. As a result, I never miss an opportunity to learn more about civics and politics. I've discovered if you look closely,...
  • Fair Board asks attorney general to return as counsel

    The Orange County Fair Board on Thursday agreed to ask the state attorney general's office to return as its legal counsel. The state's highest-ranking law enforcement arm backed away from the O.C. Fair & Events Center two years ago because of possible...
  • Mailbag: It's time oust to school board over 'scandal'

    I can see that we have reached a new set point in our tolerance of scandal. Buried within the unfolding story about new charges being brought against the superintendent of schools is a disclosure that another of Jeffrey Hubbard's appointees from his...
  • Irvine law firm recognized for philanthropy

    Irvine business law firm Shulman Hodges & Bastian will be honored with an award for Small Business Philanthropy by the Assn. of Fundraising Professionals on National Philanthropy Day. The national organization, which promotes fundraising efforts...
  • Jergler: A gnarly new voice in real estate

     Jergler: A gnarly new voice in real estate
    If you were to tune out the din of numerous voices talking shop this weekend at the National Assn. of Realtors Conference & Expo at the Anaheim Convention Center, which is expected to draw nearly 18,000 people in the real estate business from all over the...
  • Legal spending is up, but within budget

    Costa Mesa spent 350% more on lawyers in fiscal 2011-12 than it did the year before, records show. The city, however, remained under what it had budgeted for litigation costs, according to preliminary numbers reviewed this week. Costa Mesa spent about...
  • Court upholds Costa Mesa injunction

    An injunction prohibiting the city of Costa Mesa from outsourcing services to the private sector will remain in place until an employee lawsuit is resolved, a three-judge panel ruled Friday. William Bedsworth, Eileen Moore and Richard Aronson from the...