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  • Commentary: CMFD staffing numbers put residents at risk

    On Jan. 14, Mayor Stephen Mensinger and Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer co-authored a commentary in the Daily Pilot proposing to keep Costa Mesa Fire Station 6 open ("Commentary: Let's keep Costa Mesa Fire Station 6 open"). They had previously voted to close this station. Why the change, and does it...

  • Commentary: My fraternity brothers can't believe that I support Hillary Clinton

    Commentary: My fraternity brothers can't believe that I support Hillary Clinton

    I just attended a remarkable gathering of 70 USC fraternity brothers in Las Vegas, of all places. No, we weren't there to canvas for any presidential candidates, although politics was discussed frequently and passionately. Instead, we were there to celebrate our 40th annual weekend of so-so golf...

  • Reader Report: Remembering a naval disaster

    Reader Report: Remembering a naval disaster

    It was mid-morning on Tuesday, July 19, 1960, and two 376-foot U.S. Navy destroyers, foghorns blaring, were groping their way through a dense fog bank five miles off the coast of Newport Beach. Both ships, the USS Ammen (DD-527), which was heading to San Diego from the Seal Beach Naval Weapons...

  • Mailbag: City Council isn't Congress; it's time to cooperate

    City Council isn't Congress; it's time to cooperate I have read, with interest, the recent commentaries from Mayor Diane Dixon, Councilman Keith Curry and Councilman Duffy Duffield, evidencing the animosity among Newport Beach City Council members. This is unfortunate and not in the best interests...

  • Mailbag: 'We were turned away because we were of Mexican ancestry'

    Mailbag: 'We were turned away because we were of Mexican ancestry'

    'We were turned away because we were of Mexican ancestry' What a great article ("Mendez vs. segregration," April 17). As children, my siblings and I had attended one of those segregated schools. Our parents bought a home in Garden Grove in the 1940s. We were moving from Huntington Beach. Our dad...

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Calendar for May 1

Calendar for May 1

SUNDAY Concert Pacific Symphony's Santiago Strings will celebrate its 25th season with instrumentalists in grades 6 through 9 performing a concert featuring works by Dvorak and Bartok at 7 p.m. at Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, 615 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa. Admission is free, but...

Crime

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Police Files for April 29

Costa Mesa West 19th Street: Vehicle burglary was reported in the 900 block at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. Fairview Road: Possession of marijuana was reported in the 2600 block at 6:52 p.m. Wednesday. Bernard Street: Vandalism was reported in the 400 block at 9 p.m. Wednesday. West Baker Street: Use of...

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