Tag Archive for Costa Mesa

Costa Mesa Council Votes to Layoff First, Ask Questions Later

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In what can only be described as a disingenuous, ideologically based, attack on their family of city workers, the Costa Mesa City Council voted last night to send lay off notices to half of the city’s work force. Without even determining the amount of the City budget for next fiscal year, without even evaluating whether or not any savings could be realized…

OCHSA Expansion Good for Downtown Santa Ana

Lost on the shuffle of the pre-Christmas rush is this welcome news about the expansion of the campus of the Orange County High School for the Arts.  The school recently closed escrow on a second major property in Downtown Santa Ana after having purchasing the OC Pavilion on Main Street.  The new building, at 902…

In The News 11-22-10

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Here are some of the news stories on the radar screen that you may want to be aware of. Voice of OC Receives California Endowment Grant; Costa Mesa police chief, captain placed on leave; Nelson Pushes Lobby Reform II.

Solorio Kills OC Fairgrounds Sale

“I have offered several legislative ideas to the City of Costa Mesa that would make their proposal to buy the Orange County Fairgrounds more acceptable in the Legislature. The City has responded to these ideas, but as it stands now, there is still a gap in how far they will go and what I think would be minimum concessions to enable me and others to defend the proposal in the Legislature. As a result, I am now recommending to the Governor that he consider dropping the sale altogether.”

What Blog War?

  Art Pedroza has declared an end to the Orange County blogs wars and made himself a martyr to the cause.  While it’s all great theater, it’s a song many of us have heard before.  There isn’t a blogwar with the Orange Juice and Art, but there is the matter of a pending lawsuit.  And…