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Migration

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  • 'Rule' offends state group

    Costa Mesa's "Rule of Law" proclamation against illegal immigration nearly cost a local hotel about $10,000 after members with the California State Employees Assn.'s Retiree Inc. almost canceled reservations for an upcoming conference, three sources...
  • Living on with 'Rule'

    Juan Garcia is an illegal immigrant from Mexico, but he doesn't concern himself with the Costa Mesa City Council's "Rule of Law" proclamation, which symbolically opposes people like him who live and work in the city. He is not alone. Nearly a dozen...
  • The man named Mansoor

    The man named Mansoor
    COSTA MESA — When the taco truck blaring "La Cucaracha" would roll down his street, Allan Mansoor thought less about lunch and more about the song's title, "The Cockroach." He felt the so-called "roach coaches" were proliferating and changing the...
  • Sounding Off: Costa Mesa could end up a hole-in-the-wall city

    Sometimes, despite the best efforts of some to blur the lines in a sniffing sort of pass-the-canapés-intellectualism, things really are black-and-white simple. Illegal immigration is one of those things. Now, you may say that coming to this country...
  • Fairgrounds down payment: $19.2 million

    A complex deal that would allow Costa Mesa and a private party to purchase the Orange County Fairgrounds from the state would require a $19.2 million up-front payment toward the $96 million purchase price, city officials said. The fee for the 150-acre...
  • Solorio won't block fairgrounds sale

    Editor's note: This corrects an earlier version in which the first paragraph implied that state lawmakers would not block the sale of the Orange County Fairgrounds. In fact, only some lawmakers have said they would not block it. A member of the...
  • No thanks for ACLU advisory

    Did you hear that the American Civil Liberties Union issued a "travel advisory" last week? Yep, ACLU offices in two dozen states felt it necessary to warn those traveling to Arizona that they may be subject to racial profiling. This warning is no...
  • Mailbag: Mixed-use project has superior design

      Mixed-use project has superior design For such an important project, the Daily Pilot failed to get all the important facts ("Housing project protested," July 16). The proposed mixed-use senior housing project at 845 Baker St. is consistent with...
  • Mailbag: Seniors will enjoy SoBeCa

    As president of the USA Properties Fund, I want to take this opportunity to respond to Friday's article, "Housing project protested." To be clear, we have never worked for the U.S. military. USA Properties Fund is a privately owned, award-winning real...
  • Forum highlights immigrants' rights

    COSTA MESA — Carlota Lortez didn't know if police came knocking, she has the right to not allow them in unless they have a search warrant. After living in the United States for 10 years, she first learned this Thursday during a community forum in...
  • 'Solidarity' against ordinance [update: 12:15 p.m. July 28]

    Editor's note: The forum has been pushed back to 7 p.m. Thursday, according to Naui Huitzilopochtli. COSTA MESA — An organization that has been involved in lawsuits over the city's immigration and anti-solicitation ordinances will hold a community...
  • City Life: Study up on your candidates

    The news coverage of local elections has moved from the City Council races in Costa Mesa and Newport Beach to an assessment of the upcoming seats available on the Newport-Mesa Unified school board. This is a good time to review two recurring themes. The...