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  • Mailbag: Cassity got his charter facts wrong

    Re. "Cassity: Charter would give us more control Aug 31: Chuck Cassity's column includes a false statement regarding the proposed Costa Mesa charter.

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  • Portrait of 911 caller emerges

    The private investigator who followed Costa Mesa Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer home from a sports bar and called 911 to report him for drunk driving is a Marine veteran, a divorced father and a former police officer who spearheaded a program aimed at...
  • P.I.: I wasn't investigating Righeimer

    A private investigator who called police and reported that he suspected Jim Righeimer of drunk driving denied allegations that he was hired to investigate the Costa Mesa councilman. Chris Lanzillo, 42, said in a statement that he was on another...
  • D.A. investigates Righeimer 911 call

    Orange County district attorney's office investigators showed up at Skosh Monahan's on Thursday to investigate the 911 call made last week about Costa Mesa Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer. Councilman Gary Monahan, owner of the bar and restaurant on Newport...
  • L.A. police group criticizes CMPA's former firm

    A major law enforcement association has denounced the law firm that until recently represented the Costa Mesa Police Assn. (CMPA). The Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) late Thursday issued a statement critical of Upland-based Lackie, Dammeier...
  • Wu: Why did caller tell 911 he was meeting a friend?

    In celebration of Labor Day, I wanted to take a look at Costa Mess' (Mesa's) favorite union operative Chris Lanzillo and the Costa Mesa Police Assn.'s (CMPA) timing in the Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer/DUI debacle. Let's go through the timeline. On Aug....
  • Wu: Newport union should drop law firm

    Let's revisit the last two weeks of August. On Aug. 16, the Orange County Register Watchdog blog ripped law firm Lackie, Dammeier & McGill's playbook for twisting arms during impasse negotiations. The firm suggested on its website that police...
  • For The Record

    Fundraiser: The Sept. 9 article "Run benefits Marines, veterans" incorrectly said the Tunnel to Towers race is a marathon. In fact, it is a 5K. Law firm: The Sept. 9 column "Law firm needs to be dropped" incorrectly stated that the Newport Beach Police...
  • Legal eagles are still in high school

    Legal eagles are still in high school
    SANTA ANA — On most days, the hallways of Orange County Superior Court are filled with men and women dressed in pressed slacks and shined shoes. The click of heels and whir of rolling briefcases are the 11-story legal tower's soundtrack. Thursday...
  • 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...
  • 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,...