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  • City Life: Be careful with credit

    There was nothing unusual about the credit card pitch on the outside of the envelope. You've gotten dozens of them over the years, perhaps even hundreds, and they all look or sound about the same: an initial low interest rate, perhaps some airline miles,...
  • SPECIAL REPORT: Nguyen's address in doubt

    SPECIAL REPORT: Nguyen's address in doubt
    A candidate for state office may not have lived in the district he seeks to represent at the time he registered to vote, when he submitted his nomination papers, and when he voted there during the primary election, according to campaign finance and...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Newport police crack Fashion Island case

    Newport Beach police have announced an arrest in a credit card fraud case that was made two months ago in Fashion Island. A man, 24, of Alhambra, was arrested Aug. 12 at Bloomingdale's after buying $2,262 worth of women's makeup, said Sgt. Steve Burdette...
  • Newport receives highest credit rating

    Newport Beach received the highest credit rating, AAA, and its upcoming bond issuance received AA ratings from major ratings agencies, the city reported Tuesday. The high marks should help the city when it issues bonds for its Civic Center, a $130-...
  • Five seek seats with water district

    COSTA MESA — On Tuesday, after voters have waded through the options for state, county and city offices, low down on the ballot they'll cast their choice for two division seats on the Mesa Consolidated Water District Board of Directors. The race...
  • Costa Mesa could ban more massage parlors

    The Costa Mesa City Council is scheduled to vote today on a moratorium banning new massage businesses from setting up shop and any existing studios from expanding. If approved, the move would extend the existing moratorium the City Council approved last...
  • Council delays budget vote

    Given a list of 19 cost-cutting proposals — which include a classic-car auction, suspending use of take-home vehicles and removing fans and heaters from office spaces — the Costa Mesa City Council voted Tuesday to delay a decision on its...
  • Sign-wavers still OK

    Costa Mesa may not restart enforcement of its anti-solicitation ordinance, despite a recent court ruling that allows another city to do so. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals last week sided with Redondo Beach in the city's quest to arrest anyone waving a...
  • 'Solidarity' against ordinance [update: 12:15 p.m. July 28]

    Editor's note: The forum has been pushed back to 7 p.m. Thursday, according to Naui Huitzilopochtli. COSTA MESA — An organization that has been involved in lawsuits over the city's immigration and anti-solicitation ordinances will hold a community...
  • Orange County toll road blues

    Orange County toll road blues
    Like many other toll roads across the nation, those in Orange County have gone cashless. Motorists who aren't equipped with a transponder are supposed to set up an online credit card account with the Transportation Corridor Agencies — their...
  • Building in Laguna Canyon can continue

    Development can continue in Laguna Canyon, the Laguna Beach City Council decided Tuesday night in rejecting the idea of a moratorium. After listening to 38 speakers, the council opted to have the Planning Commission, residents and city staff define...
  • City may pause development in Laguna Canyon; group wants long-term plan

    City may pause development in Laguna Canyon; group wants long-term plan
    The Laguna Beach City Council directed city staff on Tuesday to look into the possibility of a short-term moratorium on development in Laguna Canyon. The council had been listening in recent sessions to residents' concerns about proposed and approved...