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  • New Charter Committee's first meeting scheduled

    The Costa Mesa charter debate is set to begin again later this month with the inaugural meeting of a group whose goal is to create the constitution-like document. The 13-member Charter Committee is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. June 26 in the Emergency...
  • Harbor has first principal input meeting

    A parent of two students at Newport Harbor High School placed two green stickers next to a tacked-up piece of paper with the words "Athletic Development" written on it. The colored dots indicated what Jeff Newman and other parents thought were the...
  • Coast student leaders get budget duties in writing

    Orange Coast College's student government won official recognition for a long-standing practice that has allowed it to manage substantial revenue from the campus bookstore, recycling center and certain student fees. The Coast Community College...
  • Commentary: Stop the charter city madness

    Just a few months ago, Costa Mesa held a charter election that cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars. After hearing all the arguments, voters rejected a risky move to change our fundamental form of government. Although a resounding 60% of...
  • Council pushes back on user fee

    Council pushes back on user fee
    The Newport Beach City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to send a letter to the state objecting to attempts to collect money from area residents who jog or hike along the Back Bay. The letter says the council acknowledges that it's rough going...
  • Men's Volleyball: New era, same expectations for UCI

    Men's Volleyball: New era, same expectations for UCI
    After winning the program's third NCAA championship in six seasons in 2012, the UC Irvine men's volleyball team said goodbye to a legendary coach who some consider the best in the business, a four-time All-American who is the school's career kills leader,...
  • Commentary: The threat to Proposition 13

    As Sacramento's new supermajority gears up to tear down California's "third rail of politics," it is vital to explain what makes Proposition 13 so important, and why plans to destroy it could hurt Californians for years to come. Before Proposition 13...
  • Irvine's new majority turns to Great Park

    Irvine's new City Council majority has positioned itself to clean house on one of the city's signature projects: the Great Park, intended to be the century's landmark municipal park. Since its inception more than a decade ago, 200 of the planned 1,347...
  • Council reduces public comment period

    Saying the move would make meetings more efficient, the Newport Beach City Council decided Tuesday to shorten time limits for public comment. While community members could previously speak for up to five minutes on agenda items and three minutes on non-...
  • Irvine City Council overhauls oversight, spending on Great Park

    Capping a raucous eight-hour-plus meeting, the Irvine City Council early Wednesday voted to overhaul the oversight and spending on the beleaguered Orange County Great Park while authorizing an audit of the more than $220 million that so far has been spent...
  • UCI baseball picked No. 2 in Big West

    UC Irvine has been picked to finish second in the Big West Conference, according to a preseason poll of coaches released on Thursday. The Anteaters, who are ranked No. 30 in the preseason by Collegiate Baseball and No. 33 by the National Collegiate...
  • Commentary: Reagan was always for starving the beast

    Ronald Reagan understood that Congress is in the business of growing the size of government. Raising taxes to supposedly cut government deficits is the scam that politicians use to increase their ability to borrow more money to spend. As President Reagan...