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NEWS
June 26, 2004
CITY OF COSTA MESA Costa Mesa City Hall, 77 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa, CA 92626, (714) 754-5223 Mayor: Gary Monahan Council: Libby Cowan, Allan Mansoor, Mike Scheafer and Chris Steel CITY OF NEWPORT BEACH Newport Beach City Hall, 3300 Newport Blvd., Newport Beach, CA 92663, (949) 644-3309 Mayor: Tod Ridgeway Council: Gary Adams, Steve Bromberg, John Heffernan, Dick Nichols, Steven Rosansky and Don Webb COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT District Office: 1370 Adams Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626, (714)
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NEWS
June 10, 2004
Geoff West As I recently predicted, on Tuesday activist M.H. Millard provided us with the latest of what is beginning to look like a series of letters and commentaries designed to denigrate candidates for Costa Mesa City Council this fall who fail to share his vision for this city ("Need to buck trends in Costa Mesa"). It was that myopic vision that gave us Chris Steel four years ago. This time his target is Councilman Mike Scheafer -- the skin-of-his-teeth appointee last year who recently announced his intention to run in November to retain his seat.
NEWS
June 5, 2004
ALLAN MANSOOR In response to Geoff West's letter to the editor Sunday ("Criticism shows man behind the curtain"), I really don't know where to start. West's claims are not only ridiculous but are also a libelous personal attack against my character and that of Eric Bever. I was surprised that the Pilot even printed such unsubstantiated baloney that tries to paint me, Chris Steel and Eric Bever as a group that does M.H. Millard's bidding. Quite honestly, I was not even going to get involved in this upcoming election, but when someone questions my character with unfounded rhetoric, that's going too far. Everyone knows I am friends with Eric Bever and that I would like to see him win, but I would have to work with whoever gets elected, so I was not going to endorse anyone.
NEWS
May 30, 2004
Geoff West I found M.H. Millard's letter to the editor Thursday ("Council candidates can't possibly represent everyone") to be illuminating. His criticism of Planning Commission Chairman Bruce Garlich's plan to represent "all constituencies" if elected to the City Council tells us a lot about Millard and the candidates he will support for City Council this fall. In this city, the voters elect council members "at-large," which means that we can, indeed, expect each of them to represent every single resident of this city equally and fairly and to consider issues before them based on how they will impact the city as a whole.
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