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May 29, 2009
John Heffernan has usefully documented what most residents of Newport Beach already suspect (“City employee salaries remain a threat,” May 29). The city’s costs have spun completely out of control, with salary and benefits of the chief of police rising from $166,160 in 2000 to $322,575 now and the fire chief currently earning $296,650, library director $198,795, and the city’s operating costs have increased 80% over eight years. Heffernan didn’t even mention the ever-cost-escalating new city hall.
NEWS
March 14, 2002
A new Corona del Mar neighborhood was recently honored for its marketing excellence. The Sales and Marketing Council of the Building Industry Assn. of Southern California presented nine awards to executives at John Laing Homes during the 2001 Major Achievement in Marketing Excellence Feb. 23 at the Disneyland Hotel. John Laing Homes' South Coast Division built the Sailhouse development, which received more awards than any other tract. Sailhouse's awards included recognition for marketing, architecture, landscaping, interior design and sales.
NEWS
May 30, 2007
Two Newport Beach residents were honored by the Orange County Boy Scouts as role models who demonstrate the tenets of scouting. Newport Beach Mayor Steve Rosansky and retired real estate developer Jeff Elghanayan were named men of character at an event last week at the Disneyland Hotel. Elghanayan has donated money to the Children's Hospital of Orange County Foundation, served on the several of the hospital's various boards, and helped the hospital develop a mobile medical clinic that visits Orange County schools.
NEWS
January 25, 2002
A Costa Mesa advertising agency has been nominated for 10 awards recognizing marketing and merchandising excellence in the home-building industry. Roxburgh has been named a finalist for 10 awards, one for a Newport Beach community, for the Merchandising and Marketing Excellence Awards celebration. The celebration will be held Feb. 23 at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim. It honors excellence in residential design, marketing and merchandising.
NEWS
December 16, 2011
Anita Lee Sherwood (MacMaster) Born November 13, 1916 in Pomona, California. Died December 8, 2011 in Laguna Hills, California. Beloved Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother.  Anita Lee was educated at Anaheim High School and the University of Southern California in the 1930's.  In 1940 she married Charles Thomas MacMaster and together they raised their family on Balboa Island and in Newport Beach.  For 50 years she and her Mother-in-law (Edna...
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By Amy Senk, Corona del Mar Today | October 15, 2010
Richard S. Stevens — co-owner and president of the Balboa Bay Club in the 1960s and 1970s, a commissioner for the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles and developer of resorts and clubs throughout the world — died at home early Thursday morning in his sleep. He was 80. Stevens was born July 4, 1930, in Long Beach to Margaret Virginia and Merrill Emerson Stevens. He attended high school in South Pasadena and studied at UC Berkeley, where he also was a running back on the football team and a player in the Rose Bowl three times.
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By B.W. COOK | February 25, 2006
Dorothy and Donald Kennedy are in the social spotlight this week. They are among the most distinguished of Orange County's first families ? not simply because they are descendants of pioneer stock, but also because they are first when it comes to supporting every possible worthwhile community project. The Kennedys lent their formidable reputation in support of the Orange County Special Olympics at an exciting reception and dinner held at the Santa Ana headquarters of their company, First American Trust.
NEWS
June 25, 2005
B.W. COOK More than $82,000 was raised at the recent Arthritis Walk at the Huntington Beach Pier. Organizers reported that the donations are still coming in from the recent walk, which attracted more than 600 participants, many from Newport-Mesa. Chaired by Chris Stoeri on behalf of the Orange County branch of the Arthritis Foundation, the event's proceeds will be earmarked for the control and possible cure of the disease, specifically benefiting O.C. patients.
NEWS
April 4, 2001
Retired Orange Coast College dance chair Karen Shanley recently donated $22,000 for student scholarships at the college. . . . Army Spec. Daniel O. Roberts, son of Calvin W. Boeing II of Costa Mesa, recently joined the Initial Brigade Combat Team, a lighter, more mobile and fast deploying force in Washington. . . . Mary L. Hopkins was recently appointed executive vice president of operations and Rodney G. Kyle Gordon has been named director of project expediting at Costa Mesa-based Deanna Robinson Interiors, Inc. . . . Sara Stabe has been named as Costa Mesa-based Vanguard University's Outstanding Service recipient for March 2001.
NEWS
July 13, 2000
If you have a green thumb, mark Aug. 9 on your calendar. That's when the Orange County chapter of the California Assn. of Nurserymen will be holding an auction on plants and garden supplies at the Orange County Fairgrounds. All proceeds will go to various local charities and organizations, including Sherman Library & Gardens and the Centennial Farm Foundation. Last year, the event raised $17,000. The evening begins at 6 p.m. with a chili cook-off, and the auction gets underway at 7 p.m. The plants and garden supplies will be supplied by dozen of retail nurseries, wholesale plant growers and garden suppliers.
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December 16, 2011
Anita Lee Sherwood (MacMaster) Born November 13, 1916 in Pomona, California. Died December 8, 2011 in Laguna Hills, California. Beloved Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother.  Anita Lee was educated at Anaheim High School and the University of Southern California in the 1930's.  In 1940 she married Charles Thomas MacMaster and together they raised their family on Balboa Island and in Newport Beach.  For 50 years she and her Mother-in-law (Edna...
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By Amy Senk, Corona del Mar Today | October 15, 2010
Richard S. Stevens — co-owner and president of the Balboa Bay Club in the 1960s and 1970s, a commissioner for the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles and developer of resorts and clubs throughout the world — died at home early Thursday morning in his sleep. He was 80. Stevens was born July 4, 1930, in Long Beach to Margaret Virginia and Merrill Emerson Stevens. He attended high school in South Pasadena and studied at UC Berkeley, where he also was a running back on the football team and a player in the Rose Bowl three times.
NEWS
May 29, 2009
John Heffernan has usefully documented what most residents of Newport Beach already suspect (“City employee salaries remain a threat,” May 29). The city’s costs have spun completely out of control, with salary and benefits of the chief of police rising from $166,160 in 2000 to $322,575 now and the fire chief currently earning $296,650, library director $198,795, and the city’s operating costs have increased 80% over eight years. Heffernan didn’t even mention the ever-cost-escalating new city hall.
NEWS
May 30, 2007
Two Newport Beach residents were honored by the Orange County Boy Scouts as role models who demonstrate the tenets of scouting. Newport Beach Mayor Steve Rosansky and retired real estate developer Jeff Elghanayan were named men of character at an event last week at the Disneyland Hotel. Elghanayan has donated money to the Children's Hospital of Orange County Foundation, served on the several of the hospital's various boards, and helped the hospital develop a mobile medical clinic that visits Orange County schools.
NEWS
By B.W. COOK | February 25, 2006
Dorothy and Donald Kennedy are in the social spotlight this week. They are among the most distinguished of Orange County's first families ? not simply because they are descendants of pioneer stock, but also because they are first when it comes to supporting every possible worthwhile community project. The Kennedys lent their formidable reputation in support of the Orange County Special Olympics at an exciting reception and dinner held at the Santa Ana headquarters of their company, First American Trust.
NEWS
June 25, 2005
B.W. COOK More than $82,000 was raised at the recent Arthritis Walk at the Huntington Beach Pier. Organizers reported that the donations are still coming in from the recent walk, which attracted more than 600 participants, many from Newport-Mesa. Chaired by Chris Stoeri on behalf of the Orange County branch of the Arthritis Foundation, the event's proceeds will be earmarked for the control and possible cure of the disease, specifically benefiting O.C. patients.
NEWS
March 14, 2002
A new Corona del Mar neighborhood was recently honored for its marketing excellence. The Sales and Marketing Council of the Building Industry Assn. of Southern California presented nine awards to executives at John Laing Homes during the 2001 Major Achievement in Marketing Excellence Feb. 23 at the Disneyland Hotel. John Laing Homes' South Coast Division built the Sailhouse development, which received more awards than any other tract. Sailhouse's awards included recognition for marketing, architecture, landscaping, interior design and sales.
NEWS
January 25, 2002
A Costa Mesa advertising agency has been nominated for 10 awards recognizing marketing and merchandising excellence in the home-building industry. Roxburgh has been named a finalist for 10 awards, one for a Newport Beach community, for the Merchandising and Marketing Excellence Awards celebration. The celebration will be held Feb. 23 at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim. It honors excellence in residential design, marketing and merchandising.
NEWS
April 4, 2001
Retired Orange Coast College dance chair Karen Shanley recently donated $22,000 for student scholarships at the college. . . . Army Spec. Daniel O. Roberts, son of Calvin W. Boeing II of Costa Mesa, recently joined the Initial Brigade Combat Team, a lighter, more mobile and fast deploying force in Washington. . . . Mary L. Hopkins was recently appointed executive vice president of operations and Rodney G. Kyle Gordon has been named director of project expediting at Costa Mesa-based Deanna Robinson Interiors, Inc. . . . Sara Stabe has been named as Costa Mesa-based Vanguard University's Outstanding Service recipient for March 2001.
NEWS
July 13, 2000
If you have a green thumb, mark Aug. 9 on your calendar. That's when the Orange County chapter of the California Assn. of Nurserymen will be holding an auction on plants and garden supplies at the Orange County Fairgrounds. All proceeds will go to various local charities and organizations, including Sherman Library & Gardens and the Centennial Farm Foundation. Last year, the event raised $17,000. The evening begins at 6 p.m. with a chili cook-off, and the auction gets underway at 7 p.m. The plants and garden supplies will be supplied by dozen of retail nurseries, wholesale plant growers and garden suppliers.
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