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  • Corona del Mar Today: Complaints sent in about restaurant employees

    Restaurants may be noisy, and the patrons leaving may make noise. But a bigger problem for some Corona del Mar residents lately has been the noise created by employees as they leave for the night, according to e-mails and complaints sent to Newport...
  • CdM Today: BID takes a pass on artificial grass

    Nixing plans to add fake grass to Corona del Mar's tree wells, the Business Improvement District's board members now are planning a spring event that could fill 150 neglected tree wells with expert landscaping, according to memos and interviews with BID...
  • Suit claims pay cut after missing unusual seminar

    An attorney is suing his former Newport Beach law firm, claiming it cut his pay in retaliation for not attending an all-male seminar in the mountains where men sit in a circle nude and talk about their sexual experiences. Steven Eggleston — now...
  • Eating away at your carbon footprint

    Eating away at your carbon footprint
    COSTA MESA — Following a "low-carbon diet" would help reduce the Earth's carbon footprint, but it can also taste better, Vera Chang said. To prove her point, she brought in small plastic glasses filled with orange juice and orange soda and two...
  • Costa Mesa city attorney stepping down

    COSTA MESA — City Atty. Kimberly Hall Barlow announced Thursday that she will step down March 1. Barlow is not a city employee. Costa Mesa, like many small- and medium-size cities, contracts out for counsel. "Both personal and business reasons...
  • Women who traveled to NYC on stolen check sentenced

    A pair of roommates who stole a check from a Newport Beach law firm were convicted and sentenced to three years of formal probation and 305 days in jail Thursday, authorities said. Alexa Antonella Polar, 35, and Robin Johzen Pabello, 34, lived together...
  • Council OKs plan to outsource jail, street sweeping

    In a marathon meeting that concluded after 3 a.m. Wednesday, the Costa Mesa City Council pushed through plans to outsource the city jail and street-sweeping services to private companies. "Today is a momentous day, a great day," said Mayor Pro Tem Jim...
  • Pink slip issue argued before Court of Appeal

    SANTA ANA — An attorney for pink-slipped Costa Mesa employees urged a three-judge panel Wednesday to keep in place a court-ordered injunction that prevents the city from starting to implement a plan to outsource some workers' jobs. But attorneys...
  • Paralegal, roommate plead not guilty to forgery

    A former Newport Beach paralegal and her roommate pleaded not guilty Monday to stealing a check from a law firm and using it to fund a lavish spending spree in New York City. Alexa Antonella Polar, 34, and her roommate, Robin Johzen Pabello, 33, both...
  • Defending outsourcing could cost Costa Mesa $250,000 in legal fees

    COSTA MESA — It could take two years in court and cost the city more than $250,000 to defend its proposal to outsource multiple city jobs, according to court filings by Costa Mesa's attorneys. The city has spent more than $10,000 defending a...
  • Planners dream big for TeWinkle Sports Complex

    COSTA MESA — Imagine a mini Wrigley Field or Yankee Stadium across the street from the Orange County Fairgrounds at TeWinkle Park. Perhaps an indoor soccer field. Or larger baseball diamonds that become a hub for local and national tournaments &#...
  • 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...