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November 13, 2009
Submitted by Bill Rams More than 450 apartment industry executives and multifamily vendors traded strategies for improving their businesses Thursday at the South Coast Apartment Association’s first-ever “Reverse Trade Show” at the Radisson Hotel in Newport Beach. It’s the first event of its kind in California. The concept is similar to speed dating. Apartment industry vendors meet for 10 minutes at a time with apartment industry executives, providing a quick opportunity to introduce new products and services.
NEWS
September 2, 2001
As I rolled over in my bed for another couple hours sleep on a recent Saturday morning, my pager started beeping. I thought to myself, should I check it? Or is it just going to be my annoying friend calling before he goes to work. I decided to look. It was the Newport Beach Fire Department calling to give me a heads up about a structure fire in Balboa. It made me kind of feel like a fireman. I had to just throw on my clothes and gear and go. By the time I got there, the fire was already out. But this didn't bother me. Recently I have been working to make better contacts with the fire department and the police.
FEATURES
October 16, 2006
Send BUSINESS CALENDAR items to Daily Pilot Calendar, 1375 Sunflower Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626, or e-mail dpcalendar@latimes.com . Include the time, date and location of the event, as well as a contact phone number. ONGOING The Costa Mesa chapter of Leads Club offers a way to learn how to expand local business contacts. The club meets at noon Thursdays at the Newport Beach Yacht Club. Call: (800) 767-7337, or go to www.leadsclubla.
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By: | August 22, 2005
Send BUSINESS CALENDAR items to the Daily Pilot, 1375 Sunflower Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626; by e-mail to o7lif7o7ndsay.sandham@latimes.comf7; by fax to (714) 966-4667; or by calling (714) 966-4625. Include the time, date and location of the event, as well as a contact phone number. WEDNESDAY An evening of commerce with the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce will take place from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the Costa Mesa Country Club, 1701 Golf Course Drive, Costa Mesa.
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By Bradley Zint | October 24, 2013
As of now, Costa Mesa's proposed city charter does not have language clarifying how the City Council can personally interact with city staffers over administrative affairs. The decision to leave it out came after a 5-4 vote Wednesday night by the Charter Committee, with five members - Mary Ann O'Connell, Hank Panian, Tom Pollitt, Lee Ramos and Harold Weitzberg - opining that the city's existing municipal code about such matters is sufficient. The municipal code dictates that council members must deal with the city's administrative services only through the city CEO, "except for the purpose of inquiry.
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SPORTS
March 9, 2013
In previous columns, I suggested that the increased size, speed and strength of today's NFL players are creating a dramatically more damaging set of collisions. We have known for years of the devastation these collisions cause on every joint in the human body. It has become crystal clear that the effects of blows to the head affect emotions, memory, reasoning — what it means to be human — in frightening ways. The ticking time bomb and undiagnosed health epidemic that is developing consists of the cumulative effects of millions of sub-concussive blows that are rarely recognized or treated.
NEWS
By Alexandra Baird, abaird.dailypilot@gmail.com | March 26, 2011
NEWPORT BEACH — A swim instructor from Irvine pleaded not guilty Friday to sexually assaulting a 15-year-old between April and February. Todd Robert Sousa, 36, is charged with 13 counts of felony lewd acts on a child, three counts of unlawful sexual intercourse and two misdemeanor counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Prosecutors said he had sex with the girl in his office, an equipment closet and his car. He met her while working as her swim instructor.
NEWS
By Joseph Serna, joseph.serna@latimes.com | February 25, 2011
The California Fair Political Practices Commission is investigating phone calls reportedly made by former State Sen. Dick Ackerman to state legislators on behalf of the Orange County Fair Board in the days when the Orange County Fairgrounds was being put up for sale in 2009, FPPC officials confirmed Friday. The state agency launched its investigation earlier this month following a report on the Voice of OC website, which claimed that Ackerman submitted legal billings to the Fair Board.
NEWS
Tom Ragan, tom.ragan@latimes.com | December 24, 2010
COSTA MESA — The Internal Revenue Service is looking for more than 1,300 Orange County residents — not to collect from them, but to deliver them their uncollected refunds. In all, 1,349 checks totaling $1.6 million in refunds have gone uncollected in Orange County, with the average refund check amounting to $1,229, said Raphael Tulino, a spokesman for the IRS' Southern California and Nevada region. "Basically, we can't find them because there's been a change in address," Tulino said.
NEWS
By Joseph Serna, joseph.serna@latimes.com | July 28, 2010
Orange County health officials on Wednesday urged anyone who touched a dead bat in Newport Beach or Orange to immediately contact medical experts. Test results showed the bats had been infected with rabies. "We want to identify anyone who's been exposed before they've developed symptoms," said Deanne Thompson, spokeswoman for the county health department. "If you start to show symptoms, you definitely have big problems." The two rabid California brown bats were found Monday afternoon: one near the bike trail at University Drive and Jamboree Road in Newport Beach at 6 p.m., the other at 3:30 p.m. near the Bank of America, 2680 N. Tustin Ave. They are the 10 t h and 11 t h rabid bats found in the county this year.
LOCAL
By Barry Faulkner | March 18, 2010
A sense of finality typically generates greater urgency for high school athletes competing in their senior year. But a sharper focus for Newport Harbor High shortstop Austin Wobrock, a big reason why the Sailors are off to a 7-0 start heading into today’s Sunset League baseball opener against visiting Fountain Valley, has a more practical explanation. “I have [contact lenses] now that I never wore last year,” Wobrock said. “I love them. I can see the ball, like, perfect.
LOCAL
November 13, 2009
Submitted by Bill Rams More than 450 apartment industry executives and multifamily vendors traded strategies for improving their businesses Thursday at the South Coast Apartment Association’s first-ever “Reverse Trade Show” at the Radisson Hotel in Newport Beach. It’s the first event of its kind in California. The concept is similar to speed dating. Apartment industry vendors meet for 10 minutes at a time with apartment industry executives, providing a quick opportunity to introduce new products and services.
NEWS
By Brianna Bailey | June 2, 2009
Oprah, Maury Povich, “Family Feud,” People magazine — 22-year-old Newport Coast resident David Koning has called them all dozens of times. “A phone in my hands is a dangerous weapon,” he said. Born with hypoplastic left-heart syndrome, a condition that has effectively left him with half a functioning heart, Koning wants to tell his story to whoever will listen. “I was born with half a heart. I’ve been through three open-heart surgeries.
NEWS
By Brianna Bailey | May 26, 2009
Kobe and Vanessa Bryant are suing a former housekeeper for talking to the media after she filed a lawsuit alleging she was forced to pick up dog feces and subjected to other humiliating treatment at the couple’s Newport Coast home. The lawsuit, filed last week in Orange County Superior Court, claims Maria Jimenez, a Peruvian immigrant who worked for the Bryants as a housekeeper in 2007 and 2008, broke a confidentiality agreement when she spoke to dozens of news outlets earlier this year about alleged mistreatment she endured while working for the couple.
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