Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian is looking to finance a $35-million project, and to refinance about $85 million in bond debt, through city-sponsored interest-free bonds [pdf].
The Newport Beach City Council will vote on this and other items at its 7 p.m. meeting Tuesday. Here are a few more highlights from the agenda:
Some fast drivers won't face tickets if the council votes to approve new, mostly higher, speed limits [pdf] throughout the city. As the Daily Pilot reported in November, state law requires that the city survey how fast cars move around town and adjust the limits to better reflect their speeds.