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  • Work marks start of big toll system change

    Work marks start of big toll system change
    As drivers whizzed north on the San Joaquin Hills (73) toll road Thursday, some veered right toward the cash tollbooths at the Catalina View Mainline Toll Plaza rather than continue through the FasTrak lanes. They discovered that where seven...
  • Council OKs small-lot ordinance

    The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday gave a second and final approval for easing standards for small-lot developments. The 3-2 vote on the Small-Lot Subdivision Ordinance — with Councilwomen Sandy Genis and Wendy Leece dissenting — came...
  • Mailbag: More like the 'Bermuda Triangle' of parking

    I read with interest the story about the new bowling alley at The Triangle ("Alley owner hopes to pin down success," March 13). While it sounds like a fun spot, my family and I will not be visiting it, or any of the stores, restaurants, bars or movie...
  • Council explores Sunset Ridge parking

    As construction of Sunset Ridge Park gets underway, one question has been worrying city staff: Where will visitors park? A possible solution emerged Tuesday, when staff explained during a Newport Beach City Council study session that a 64-space pay...
  • Mailbag: Two opposing views on CdM sports complex proposal

    New facility warrants community support Track coach Bill Sumner's vision for improved athletic facilities at Corona del Mar High School needs the community's strong support ("A sporting mission," Feb. 28). CdM's exceptional students and faculty are...
  • CdM High sports complex brings up traffic worries

    In front of a sometimes hostile crowd, Newport-Mesa Unified School District officials laid out two possible plans to revamp outdoor sports facilities at Corona del Mar High School. School administrators convened the Wednesday night meeting at the...
  • Council looks to slow traffic

    Newport Beach council members directed staff Tuesday to take steps to reclassify a short stretch of Tustin Avenue in order to lower the speed limit by 5 mph. Members also agreed to explore with the community additional measures to slow traffic, which...
  • Costa Mesa seeks solutions for cut-through traffic

    Costa Mesa seeks solutions for cut-through traffic
    If there's one thing a majority of Eastside Costa Mesa residents can agree on, it's their mutual dislike of cut-through traffic. That's why the city's traffic engineering team on Wednesday night showed about 75 residents at Kaiser Elementary School some...
  • Police Files

    COSTA MESA East Mesa Verde Drive: Vehicle burglary was reported in the 1500 block at 9:08 a.m. Friday. Pomona Avenue: A stolen vehicle was reported in the 1700 block at 9:29 a.m. Friday. Location Unknown: A sexual assault was reported at 10:46 a.m....
  • Commentary: Create a brick-paved promenade in CdM

    It would be tremendously expensive. That is what Newport Beach Mayor Nancy Gardner told me when I emailed her with my humble idea about how to solve traffic problems along the section of East Coast Highway that goes through the flower streets. The recent...
  • 405 closure not expected to hamper fair

    A planned closure of the 405 Freeway this summer is not expected to affect the Orange County Fair in Costa Mesa, officials say. As part of the $277-million West County Connectors project by the California Department of Transportation and the Orange...
  • From the Boathouse: Counting down to the Fourth

    Ahoy! The Fourth of July is next Thursday, and every year on the fourth is the Old Glory Boat Parade in Newport Harbor. This wonderful annual tribute to freedom attracts boats from neighboring harbors and spectators around the harbor. This year's...