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  • P.I. says he worked with woman to test Monahan

    A private investigator hired to tail Costa Mesa Councilmen Gary Monahan and Steve Mensinger said he was sent to Monahan's sports bar with a woman to see whether Monahan would behave inappropriately. Chris Lanzillo, a Menifee investigator and former...
  • P.I.'s attorney says client unlikely to face charges

    An attorney for a private investigator who called Costa Mesa police to report Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer as a possible drunk driver said Friday that he doubts charges will be filed. "From what he's said, he has nothing to hide," attorney Tony Kimbirk...
  • The 'outsider' becomes an insider (again)

    The 'outsider' becomes an insider (again)
    Second in a series of profiles about those in the trenches of Costa Mesa's political battles. * Over a breakfast plate at IHOP, Sandy Genis laughs easily, and is animated and talkative. She uses her hands to make a point, stress an idea, express...
  • Harbor issues, outsourcing on Newport's agenda

    The Newport Beach City Council may have one foot out the door of its Newport Boulevard chambers as the group prepares to move to its new digs in Corona del Mar in early December, but it'll be business as usual Tuesday night at the council's regular...
  • Commentary: I am not affiliated with unions, as Righeimer suggests

    Re "Residents seek to intervene in city charter lawsuit," March 21: In the article about my and Katrina Foley's intervention in City Clerk Julie Folcik's Mandamus Petition, Costa Mesa Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer suggested that I was somehow involved with...
  • Judge: Residents can participate in charter lawsuit

    SANTA ANA — An Orange County Superior Court judge ruled Monday that four Costa Mesa residents can have their say in litigation over whether their city's proposed charter should be allowed on the June ballot despite being filed late. Judge Franz...
  • Civic Center saves thousands through energy efficiency

    Civic Center saves thousands through energy efficiency
    Despite protests that the city of Newport Beach spent too much on its newly erected Civic Center, city officials are saying some respite may be in sight, especially in terms of energy savings. The City Council recently received a one-time check for...
  • Leaders discuss business, economic outlook

    Hundreds of Orange County business leaders voted Friday on the United States' long-term options to reduce debt. From the Irvine Marriott's ballroom, UC Irvine Paul Merage School of Business Dean Andy Policano conducted an informal straw poll. A fair...
  • Police association interviewed about 911 call

    Members of the association that represents Costa Mesa police officers said Thursday that they have been interviewed by district attorney investigators looking into a 911 call that falsely reported that a councilman was driving drunk. Private...
  • Mansoor appointed to jobs committee

    Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) was appointed to an Assembly committee earlier this week. Mansoor now serves as vice chairman of the Committee on Jobs, Economic Development and the Economy. "I am honored to be given this opportunity to...
  • Homeless housing moves forward

    After years of discussion over "carrots," "sticks" and just about every combination thereof, the Costa Mesa City Council's decision to move forward the development of permanent supportive housing for the city's homeless population came as a "much needed,...
  • Commentary: Newport-Mesa architecture is unimaginative

    Nearly 40 years ago, I interviewed Newport Beach architect William Ficker and asked why most of the major buildings in the Newport-Mesa area lacked strong architectural design. Ficker's answer was that it requires a mature community to accept strong...