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  • Motels to pay for excess police calls

    Motels to pay for excess police calls
    Motels and hotels in Costa Mesa that draw "excessive" amounts of police attention will now have to pay for the extra trouble. The City Council passed the Excessive Use of Resources Ordinance on Tuesday after a second reading, with a majority —...
  • 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...
  • Newport-Mesa helps players, fans prepare for the big game

    Newport-Mesa helps players, fans prepare for the big game
    Newport Beach, accustomed to entertaining visitors, lavished luxury on a special clientele this week: Bowl Championship Series football players and their fans. The coastal city geared up to serve as the home base for the teams participating in Monday'...
  • Homeless-services group leaves city

    Citing an antagonistic political climate and increasing regulation of the city's motels, a nonprofit serving Orange County's homeless has moved out of Costa Mesa, the organization's president confirmed Thursday. "We literally couldn't even work there...
  • Motel operators discuss concerns

    Costa Mesa motel operators aired a litany of concerns Friday afternoon over a proposed ordinance that would charge them for police calls past a certain threshhold. Councilwomen Wendy Leece and Sandy Genis hosted the meeting with city staff in the city's...
  • Thwarted suicide nets hotel worker honors

    Thwarted suicide nets hotel worker honors
    When a guest demanded a room at Newport Beach's Island Hotel during the afternoon of Oct. 20, employee Andrew Shoashekan thought she was acting odd. On Thursday, almost exactly two months later, Newport Beach police honored Shoashekan for what he did in...
  • Fire starts in motel's laundry room

    A light fixture malfunctioned in a laundry room at the Best Western hotel on Newport Boulevard, causing an electrical fire Monday morning, authorities said. The Costa Mesa Fire Department arrived on the scene at 9:43 a.m. and had the blaze under control...
  • The DP 103: Our list of 2013's newsmakers

    The DP 103: Our list of 2013's newsmakers
    1.) Tom Gazsi: Costa Mesa's police chief celebrated the 60th anniversary of his department — one he leads with a steady, capable hand, despite the tension between his officers and a majority of the City Council members. 2.) Keith Curry: The...
  • Regency loses its crown

    The Hyatt Regency Irvine now goes by a different name: Hotel Irvine. With the new label comes new management. Hotel Irvine marks the third hotel controlled by the Irvine Co. "We are the owner, the brand, the face," said Ralph Grippo, president of...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • 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...