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  • Mailbag: Benefits of theater program incalculable

    Regarding your Sept. 12 story "Sports Stadiums or a Theater?": Many people love a good high school football game. There is no question that kids benefit from athletics. But high school drama programs are just as important.
  • Fair Board rejects Senate bill

    The Orange County Fair Board agreed Thursday to formally oppose a bill that activists warned could lead to privatization of the publicly owned fairgrounds. Theresa Sears and Reggie Mundekis of the Orange County Fair Preservation Society alleged that...

    Mailbag: Deed doesn't allow for-profit use of TeWinkle Park

    Re. "City to study park plan," April 7: Your story on privatization of TeWinkle Park left out an important fact: The land is deed-restricted, and the proposed privatization would likely result in forfeiture of the entire park, including any improvements,...

    Mailbag: Church should stay out of Reagan flap

    As a fellow citizen, I respect Msgr. Wilbur Davis' right to his opinion and exercise of free speech in his misguided opinion regarding the recently damaged statue of Ronald Reagan in the Bonita Canyon Sports Park ("Mailbag: Return Reagan statue to donors,...

    Harlan: Council meeting surprises with two good decisions

    As someone who watches the Costa Mesa City Council meetings regularly, I often look for those moments where a good idea takes root, follows a natural course of development and hopefully grows to fruition. On Tuesday, much to my delight, I caught a glimpse...