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  • Helping feed the Times

    Helping feed the Times
    Paula Renteria has been making burritos and serving scrambled eggs and hash browns for more than two decades at the Los Angeles Times' Orange County plant cafeteria in Costa Mesa. But on Friday the cafeteria will close, and she's going to bid farewell...
  • Mailbag: Club grateful for Field of Honor support

    The Field of Honor, with the planting of 1,776 American flags and commemorating Armed Forces Day, was not only a successful fundraising event, but a massive show of support honoring our men and women currently serving — or who have served —...
  • It's a Gray Area: Right to be 'Rule of Law' city

    OK, let's calm down and see these recent developments in Arizona and even the city of Costa Mesa for what they really are. They have little or nothing to do with racism and everything to do with legitimate frustration, and even desperation, about the...
  • Sounding Off: Illegals costing states billions

    Ed Hepner wrote that Arizona gave in to just 20% of the voters regarding their new anti illegal alien law (Sounding Off: "Arizona gave in to just 20% of voters," May 22). Where did he come up with that estimate? The latest polls show that 71% of the...
  • City Life: The root of the budget crisis

    The roots of Costa Mesa's estimated $16.4-million budget deficit are deep and extend far beyond the current recession, which is being used as an excuse for years of poor fiscal planning. In defense of the City Council we hear, "Well, it's a recession;...
  • 'More fire to family's pain'

    'More fire to family's pain'
    Jose Angel Garibay, the first serviceman from Orange County to die in the Iraq War, had a dream for his mother: to buy her a home. The Marine corporal's family received $250,000 in life insurance after he was killed in 2003. They bought a house in Santa...
  • Group against 'Rule of Law'

    Group against 'Rule of Law'
    Surrounded by police, and standing in front of Santa Ana's processing center for people who have recently been arrested, about 100 people on Thursday protested Arizona's recent immigration law and Costa Mesa's resolution declaring itself a "Rule of Law"...
  • Fair use in voter hands

    Costa Mesa residents can help decide the future use of the fairgrounds Tuesday when they cast votes on Measure C, which would limit the land's use to being a fairgrounds and an exposition center. The roughly $130,000 measure, put on the state primary...
  • They are humans, too

    There were three of them: a school teacher, a local business leader and the head of a Costa Mesa nonprofit. They were Ed Fawcett, president and chief executive of the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce, who was speaking out as a private citizen; Crissy...
  • Voting with their hearts, not minds

    I've never minded saying, "I told you so." It reminds readers that like the broken clock, which is right twice a day, once in awhile the recommendations in this column are sound. The latest case in point is the financial bungling of the Costa Mesa...
  • Sounding Off: City can't be so lax in business

    It's prudent to occasionally pick at the scab of previously settled issues, perhaps never more so than during difficult times. A city's growth strategy is one such issue. Steve Smith contends that Costa Mesa lacks a strategy "for long-term growth and...
  • Sounding Off: Mexican president casts stone in the U.S.

    President Obama recently invited Felipe Calderon, Mexico's president, to address a joint session of our Congress. During this speech he lambasted Arizona's recently enacted anti-illegal immigration law as being racist and unfair. I don't know about you,...