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The city of Costa Mesa has made a preliminary offer to fill the job of economic and development director, the city spokesman confirmed Friday. Gary Armstrong, director of planning and building inspection services for San Benito County, is slated to...
There are visible signs in Costa Mesa that the housing market is recovering. After a few years of virtually no new residential construction (between 2009 and 2012, Costa Mesa added only 56 new housing units, with zero in 2011), it's heartening to see...
First of three parts. COSTA MESA — As he tours Mesa Verde with prospective home buyers, Realtor Larry Weichman boasts of the neighborhood country club's heated swimming pool and acclaimed golf pro. But when clients ask about the public schools,...
La Misión is a small, coastal Baja town. Well, actually, in reality three small communities make up the larger area called La Misión, population 920, according to the 2010 census. Most of the roads are dirt. There isn't a single stoplight, though there...
In late August, state Sen. Tom Harman (R-Costa Mesa) missed a vote on a bill that would stiffen penalties against people who defraud senior citizens and tighten banking regulations. Harman's absence had no bearing on the outcome, as Senate Democrats...
If I write a column that mentions Costa Mesa's City Council or the local employee union, I'm guaranteed an online response of at least eight fired-up readers. Most of the comments are emotional — and less than factual — but that is...
A few years ago, I wrote a column in this newspaper regarding Hugo Rubio, a sweet boy who used to alternate between Spanish and English to communicate with his sister and his parents at home. Hugo is now 11, and his English is more dominant than his...
One of the more dismaying elements of the loud, ugly feud between Costa Mesa's City Council majority and the city's public employee unions is the failure of either side to recognize that many other cities are also having trouble making ends meet. By...
Why is it that one city has low crime, good schools and a top quality of life for its residents and a city next door is just the opposite? It's not the police, the teachers or the city employees who make the biggest difference in cities; it is the...
Even the most jaded observer must acknowledge there's something admirable about the desire of so many living on Smith Island to see their community survive and prosper. Residents of this marshy (and shrinking in both population and real estate)...
email@example.comWaynesboro Borough Council members plan to give themselves and the town’s mayor pay raises starting in 2014. The six members of council voted on the pay raises during their meeting Wednesday. Those pay raises need to be advertised and voted on in...
ATLANTA (AP) — Even with Republicans holding unprecedented political power across the South, Democrats remain mostly in charge of urban centers in otherwise conservative states. Yet increasingly that control is threatened, not at the ballot box, but...
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