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Hotel and Accommodation Industry

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  • Mailbag: Headline wrongly implies support for a hotel [corrected]

    Re. "Newport hotel wins vast support," (April 24): A front-page article in the Daily Pilot shows a headline that claims Newport residents overwhelmingly support a hotel on the site of the old City Hall. This is very misleading, given that there were...
  • Commentary: Boston overshadows daily life

    Saturday, April 20, 5:55 a.m. I pull into the parking lot for our weekly distance run. Lot empty, but one car — Jake's hybrid. I bet he couldn't sleep. I reach for my water belt, exit my car. There's Jake. I deliver the first of many long grateful-...
  • Planners review public-nuisance law

    The Costa Mesa Planning Commission explored an ordinance Monday that would expand the city's ability to fight public nuisances. The proposed law broadly defines nuisances to include properties that operate without licenses or permits, produce...
  • Irvine man killed in crash in front of Costa Mesa hotel

    An Irvine man died and a woman suffered head trauma and fractured ribs after the car they were traveling in crashed into a tree in front of a Costa Mesa hotel Friday night, Costa Mesa police said. The driver was 33-year-old Tyler Cohee, according to the...
  • Planners to tackle 'problem' motels

    The Costa Mesa Planning Commission will begin examining a series of measures Monday aimed at addressing problematic motels in the city. The five-member commission won't take any specific action during its 6 p.m. meeting at City Hall but will receive a...
  • Planning Commission explores problem motels

    The Costa Mesa Planning Commission on Monday heard about upcoming plans to tackle problematic motels in the city. The five commissioners also asked questions of city staff and requested further information as the problems often associated with the...
  • Problem motels could be charged for excessive police calls

    Costa Mesa city officials are considering charging problem motels per police call if they require an excessive amount of attention from law enforcement. The City Council will discuss that possibility at its Tuesday night meeting and could direct staff...
  • Old Newport City Hall site reuse report released

    A staff report released ahead of Tuesday's Newport Beach City Council meeting recommends that the council move forward with plans for a boutique hotel proposed by RD Olson Development to replace the old city hall, now vacant, on the Balboa Peninsula. The...
  • Developers vying for shot at old City Hall land

    Developers vying for shot at old City Hall land
    The morning was chilly, the marine layer still firmly blanketing the Balboa Peninsula. "This is Ground Zero for what people think about as Newport Beach," said longtime resident and developer Bob Olson. The grounds of Newport Beach's now-vacant former...
  • Council supports 130-room hotel

    Council supports 130-room hotel
    There were mostly good feelings all around as the Newport Beach City Council on Tuesday took a step toward putting a 130-room hotel at the former City Hall site in Lido Village. And despite R.D. Olson Development winning the evening and the initial...
  • Investigators claim 490 violations at Motor Inn

    Investigators claim 490 violations at Motor Inn
    An investigation conducted earlier this month shows that the Costa Mesa Motor Inn had 490 alleged health and safety violations involving nearly 90% of its rooms. The more specific numbers released Wednesday also show that the Aug. 15 inspection at the...
  • Community: General plan must address affordable housing

    Anyone who pays attention to the doings of the Costa Mesa City Council knows that our city is busy updating its general plan. The press has covered the many public meetings, creative outreach efforts and road shows aimed at getting Costa Mesa residents...