Costa Mesa Feet to the Fire Forum Tonight

COSTA MESA — The long awaited Costa Mesa Feet to the Fire Forum will happen tonight at the Costa Mesa Community Center. The topic for tonight’s forum will be: Should Costa Mesa be run more like a business?


What do you think of the way our city is being run?


The panel of questioners will be from the press and include:



  • John Canalis of the Daily Pilot

  • Frank Mikadeit of the OC Register

  • Norberto Santana of Voice Of OC

  • Roger Bloom of the Newport Beach Independent

Who will be questioned?



  • Nick Berardino/General Manager, O.C. Employees Association

  • Costa Mesa council members Jim Righeimer and Wendy Leece

  • Costa Mesa Taxpayer Association President Colin McCarthy

Barbara Venezia will be moderating the event.


Details:


Costa Mesa Feet to the Fire Forum
Costa Mesa Community Center
1845 Park Drive, Costa Mesa, CA 92627
Monday, April 18, 2011


Doors open at 6:30pm, forum is from 7-9pm (large turnout expected so you may want to get there early)


Note: CMTV will be recording the event too so if you can’t attend in person it will be on the city website eventually.

  1 comment for “Costa Mesa Feet to the Fire Forum Tonight

  1. April 19, 2011 at 7:38 am

    The conclusions of the panel discussion will be:

    Businesses must face economic reality; they must be able to distinguish real economic growth from an economic bubble.

    Cities do not have to face economic reality because they can tax, cut, and borrow. When cities eventually go bankrupt anyway – when they are no longer able to tax, cut, and borrow, they can always blame the economy, “Who could of known”?

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