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  • Mailbag: A few things contributed to city's problems

    Who's to blame for Costa Mesa's woes? The bloggers are out in full force, blaming the current City Council for all of the problems with the budget. They are vilifying the current City Council, but there are numerous parties at fault in this scenario....
  • Party ordinance, smoking ban, auditor on city groups' agendas

    The city of Newport Beach will address a number of contentious issues next week, ranging from a new law regulating parties to choosing the city's auditor, which is presently the same auditor that worked in Bell. On the City Council's plate: The "loud...
  • Voices organize against Costa Mesa layoff efforts

    COSTA MESA — A community campaign to halt potential layoffs to nearly half of the city's workforce shows no sign of slowing, as organized labor continues to pump money into an effort that spans TV, print and online media. "We're just making sure...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Landmark sued for discrimination; owner dumbfounded

    What began as an enjoyable day at last year's Corona del Mar Christmas Walk has resulted in a legal claim of racial discrimination against Landmark Steakhouse, along with questions about whether Corona del Mar is a hostile community to African Americans....
  • Costa Mesa disputes ad campaign

    COSTA MESA — City Hall is fighting back against an organized labor ad campaign critical of its employee outsourcing plan with a "Fact Check" campaign of its own. "We are trying to make sure the public gets the facts about the Costa Mesa budget...
  • Thousands flock to OCC's job fair

    Thousands flock to OCC's job fair
    COSTA MESA — Finding a job isn't an easy task, but Orange Coast College made it a little easier Tuesday afternoon by bringing employers to students. As students traipsed back and forth from class, or stopped in at the cafeteria, they couldn't help...
  • Costa Mesa city CEO explains outsourcing, cuts

    COSTA MESA — Tom Hatch, the city's chief executive, laid out his justifications for outsourcing and cuts in a letter to city employees Thursday. He said the city faces a $5-million deficit for the fiscal 2011-12 budget and that longer-term...
  • Wise to leave 'Eaters

    UC Irvine junior men's basketball star Eric Wise, who was four points and 62 rebounds away from cracking the school's top 10 career lists in those categories, said Friday he is transferring to another Division I school where he will finish his...
  • Brick targets mayor's bar

    COSTA MESA — With a handwritten note, a brick and a throw, criticism of Costa Mesa Mayor Gary Monahan escalated to more than just words when someone vandalized his bar after closing Saturday. "This wasn't directed at the bar, it was directed at...
  • Irvine Co. drops 75 jobs

    The Irvine Co. has eliminated about 75 positions through a combination of layoffs and the closing of open positions, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed Monday. The layoffs were mainly in the corporate administration and included areas...
  • City employees union condemns weekend vandalism

    The union representing some Costa Mesa city employees condemned this weekend's vandalism at Skosh Monahan's bar. Early Saturday morning, someone reportedly threw a brick through the Newport Boulevard Irish pub's front-door window with a threatening...
  • The debate goes on

    COSTA MESA — At one point during the Feet to the Fire forum discussion on Monday night, Orange County Employees Assn. General Manager Nick Berardino questioned the heart and wisdom of having city employees work on proposals to contract out their own...