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  • Laguna Woods group endorses Bob Rush

    The Laguna Woods Democratic Club has given its support to 74th Assembly District candidate Bob Rush, according to a news release this week. "We are proud to endorse Bob Rush for the state Assembly," club President Linda Nearing said in a prepared...
  • A ride to raise awareness for the Wounded Warrior project

    A ride to raise awareness for the Wounded Warrior project
    They form an unlikely crew. A 25-year cop. The high school principal. The retired geologist. The software, real estate and oil guys. Six men in their 60s will embark this summer on a cross-country journey on road bikes, covering 3,667 miles toward a...
  • Mitt Romney coming to Newport

    Mitt Romney coming to Newport
    Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney plans to attend an evening fundraiser in Newport Beach on Friday. Organized by a Romney fundraising committee, the private cocktail reception at the Balboa Bay Club and Resort is expected to draw...
  • Mailbag: Costa Mesa needs to attract more families

    I always appreciate the thoughtful comments by my friend Tamar Goldmann (Re. "Council agenda is harming public services," June 21), but this time, I think she reached several wrong conclusions. Let me explain why. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An...
  • Lee Chapin Sammis

    Lee Chapin Sammis
    Lee Chapin Sammis passed away February 12, 2013, in his home in Newport Beach, CA, where he lived and built his business for the past 50 years.  He was born on February 15, 1931 in Los Angeles to MIT graduates Ford Woodruff and Constance Sharp Sammis. ...
  • Real estate company manages to grow

    Real estate company manages to grow
    COSTA MESA — When Cameron Merage was a 22-year-old Sacramento State University graduate, he told a professor that he wanted to go into development. "He told me, 'You're too young to do development, why don't you go into the sale of real estate?'"...
  • Costa Mesa's Pacific Premier takes over failing bank

    Canyon National Bank of Palm Springs, weakened by troubled commercial real estate loans, was closed late Friday by federal regulators who said its three branches would reopen Saturday as part of Pacific Premier Bank. Pacific Premier, based in Costa Mesa,...
  • It's A Gray Area: Correcting mistakes of Prop. 13

    This column has already discussed the "sacred cow" issue of Social Security, and I have not (yet) been run out of town, so summoning up all of my courage, I will now turn my attention to a discussion about correcting the mistakes of Proposition 13....
  • City Life: I'm not going far

    Last month, I accepted an offer to write a weekly column for the real estate supplement that is included with the Daily Pilot each Saturday. That supplement also appears in newspapers stretching from Seal Beach to San Clemente, which gives me a...
  • Councilor votes for colleague

    COSTA MESA — Councilman Jim Righeimer's former campaign manager has been appointed to the city's Parks and Recreation Committee. Ethan Temianka was approved, without discussion, on a 4-1 vote. Councilwoman Wendy Leece dissented. The 27-year-old is...
  • To sell home this summer, prepare now

    We can start 2011 with a few assumptions on which most real estate analysts will agree. First, mortgage interest rates will rise, probably to 5.5% or up to 5.7%. As I wrote last week, that is historically cheap money. Second, home prices will increase...
  • A Bird's Eye View: Where the smart money will go in 2011

    Editor's note: Veteran Newport Beach real estate executive Tom Iovenitti, who used to pen a column for View magazine, has agreed to contribute columns to the Coastal Real Estate section. This is his first. Remember me? I'm still around, still actively...