October 3, 2000
-- Mathis Winkler Proponents of Measure S, also known as the Greenlight initiative, announced endorsements for three candidates for the Newport Beach City Council on Monday. They are: Dennis P. Lahey, a candidate for District 2; Patricia M. Beek, running in District 5; and John Heffernan, who seeks to fill the District 7 council seat. Each candidate has publicly announced their support for Measure S. The measure appearing on the Nov. 7 ballot proposes to put before a citywide vote any development that allows an increase of more than 100 peak-hour car trips or dwelling units or 40,000 square feet over the general plan allowance.
August 3, 2002
CITY OF COSTA MESA Costa Mesa City Hall, 77 Fair Drive, 92626, (714) 754-5223 Mayor: Linda Dixon Council: Libby Cowan, Gary Monahan, Karen Robinson and Chris Steel STATE COASTAL COMMISSION 45 Fremont St., Suite 2000, San Francisco 94105, (415) 904-5200; regional office in Long Beach, (310) 590-5071 CITY OF NEWPORT BEACH Newport Beach City Hall, 3300 Newport Blvd., 92663, (949) 644-3309 Mayor: Tod Ridgeway Council: Gary Adams, Steve Bromberg, Norma Glover, John Heffernan, Dennis O'Neil and Gary Proctor MESA CONSOLIDATED WATER DISTRICT 1965 Placentia Ave., Costa Mesa 92627, (949)
December 22, 2002
COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT District Office: 1370 Adams Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626, (714) 432-5898 Chancellor: William M. Vega Board: President Paul Berger, Vice President Armando Ruiz, George Brown, Jerry Patterson and Walter G. Howald; student trustee Derek Shelly CITY OF COSTA MESA Costa Mesa City Hall, 77 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa, CA 92626, (714) 754-5223 Mayor: Karen Robinson Council: Libby Cowan, Allan Mansoor, Gary Monahan and Chris Steel CITY OF NEWPORT BEACH Newport Beach City Hall, 3300 Newport Blvd.
February 5, 2002
-- June Casagrande The three Newport Beach City Council members who ran in the last election filed campaign finance statements last week that showed they have little money on hand. Between July 1 and Dec. 31, Councilman Gary Proctor's campaign received $22,952 in contributions, a large portion of which was used to pay off loans that helped finance his campaign. Neither Steve Bromberg nor John Heffernan collected contributions for the period.