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  • Commentary: Measure Y is better than Newport Coast development

    On Election Day, I will be voting in favor of Measure Y. Here's why I think Measure Y offers a valuable amendment to the current general plan.
  • Costa Mesa City Council approves apartment complex near John Wayne Airport

    Costa Mesa City Council approves apartment complex near John Wayne Airport
    After nearly three and a half hours of discussion and debate late Tuesday night, the Costa Mesa City Council approved a large luxury apartment complex a half mile from John Wayne Airport. The $75-million, 240-unit project at 125 E. Baker St., will be...

    5 Freeway reopens in Irvine after chain-reaction crash that killed 2

    5 Freeway reopens in Irvine after chain-reaction crash that killed 2
    All lanes of the northbound I-5 Freeway in Orange County were reopened late Thursday morning, hours after a multicar chain-reaction crash that left two people dead and four injured That collision in the northbound lanes in Irvine was so violent that...

    Officer targets distracted drivers

    Officer targets distracted drivers
    It took less than two minutes for Officer Kha Bao to spot someone talking on a cell phone. Bao had been sitting in his car, tucked into a driveway near a 55 Freeway offramp in Costa Mesa, watching as rush-hour commuters passed in front of him. Less...

    Business owners oppose 'class A' apartments

    Business owners oppose 'class A' apartments
    For Garry Lukas and his allies, their opinions on the matter are clear: It's a case of Costa Mesa planners "gone wild." Much to Lukas' chagrin, a proposal for a 240-unit apartment complex is wending its way through the City Hall approval process,...