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  • Commentary: Policy on motels could lead to lawsuits

    The article in Thursday's Daily Pilot gives a fairly comprehensive report on the City Council's action regarding charging motels for excessive calls from the Costa Mesa Police Department ["Motels to pay for excess police calls"]. However, there are two...
  • Island Hotel hires Balboa Bay Club's manager

    Island Hotel hires Balboa Bay Club's manager
    The general manager of the Balboa Bay Club and Resort has accepted a similar position at the Island Hotel in Newport Beach. Dieter Hissin took over daily operations at the Irvine Co. hotel Jan. 2. The Fashion Island property is being updated throughout....
  • Planners again postpone motel decision

    Planners again postpone motel decision
    Costa Mesa planners delayed their effort to examine two city motels Monday night, with city officials saying that the matter isn't quite ready for public dissemination. The Planning Commission's unanimous vote marked the five-member body's third...
  • Commentary: Group does good work with motel families

    I read with sadness the recent article about the Illumination Foundation leaving Costa Mesa ["Homeless-services group leaves city," Jan. 2]. This news directly affects a number of the families I have been working with for the past couple years....
  • Searching for an answer for Costa Mesa's homeless

    The sentiment during a community workshop Thursday evening at Costa Mesa City Hall was nearly unanimous: Helping the homeless is vital, humane and complicated. What wasn't so clear was how to help that troubled segment of the city's population, a...
  • $360 is the new fee for excessive calls to police

    Following a vote Tuesday by the Costa Mesa City Council, some motel owners in the city could find themselves wondering whether a call to the police to report rowdy guests or criminal activity is worth the $360 it could cost them for taking up officers'...
  • Costa Mesa considers billing motels for police

    Costa Mesa considers billing motels for police
    At a meeting this week, Costa Mesa city officials discussed one of the latest attempts to address excessively problematic motels: charging them for the trouble. On Tuesday night, four members of the City Council — Councilwoman Wendy Leece left the...
  • Microbrewery hops into Sobeca

    Plans are brewing for craft beer in Costa Mesa. The city's Planning Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved an application for a microbrewery near The Camp in the Sobeca District. Barley Forge Brewing Co., which hopes to pour and brew within a 19,...
  • New boat to be christened

    New boat to be christened
    Tucked away in the Island Hotel's kitchen, past the room-service carts and the dinner assembly stations, an old Sabot leans against a storage room wall. It awaits repair, not for sailing but for nibbling. Before most guests awake Friday morning, the...
  • Newport police arrest pair in hotel conference thefts

    Newport Beach police last week arrested a man and a woman suspected of stealing tens of thousands of dollars worth of valuables from medical conferences at high-end hotels in Los Angeles and Orange counties. Police allege that Eddwin Ricardo...
  • Council favors billing problem motels

    Under a proposed ordinance, Costa Mesa motels could pay for causing too much trouble. The City Council on Tuesday night unanimously approved the first reading of the "excessive use of resources" ordinance. If the council approves it a second time,...
  • Planners lift ban on LED signs for Metro Pointe

    Can people see Metro Pointe from the 405 Freeway? Perhaps not well enough, according to the shopping center's developers, who won approval from the Costa Mesa Planning Commission on Monday night to install a 9-by-18-foot electronic sign near Bear Street...