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  • Keeping it fair(grounds)

    Costa Mesa voters made the right choice Tuesday by approving a ballot measure that limits future uses of the Orange County Fairgrounds. Measure C restricts this Orange County treasure to its current use — as a fair and exposition center —...
  • Protesters stop traffic in front of South Coast Plaza

    Protesters stop traffic in front of South Coast Plaza
    Immigrant rights activists blocked traffic in front of South Coast Plaza Monday to protest against Costa Mesa's recent "Rule of Law" proclamation and to call for comprehensive immigration reform. A dozen protesters bound themselves with duct tape to...
  • More illegal immigrants can be caught, mayor says

    Although law enforcement has a new background-check system that examines the immigration status of everyone arrested countywide, authorities still have more ways to catch illegal immigrants, Costa Mesa Mayor Allan Mansoor said Tuesday. "I was supportive...
  • Sounding Off: You must take care of yourself

    Louisiana orders the National Guard to build barriers against oil. Hey, wait a minute, isn't that a federal job? Isn't Louisiana doing essentially the same thing that Arizona is doing? Shouldn't the people of Louisiana just sit around and drown in...
  • '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...
  • 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...
  • Editorial: Was Mansoor's resolution sincere?

    On Tuesday, Costa Mesa Mayor Allan Mansoor had us reliving that scene of rooftop pandemonium at the U.S. Embassy in Saigon back on April 30, 1975. On that dark day, the last of the American choppers ferried evacuees away to the safety of ships standing by...
  • State puts fairgrounds up for sale -- again

    COSTA MESA — The state put the Orange County Fairgrounds back up for sale Tuesday in a move that flew in the face of City Hall, which has been working to buy the property with the help of a private developer. Councilwoman Katrina Foley said she...