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By Mike Reicher, mike.reicher@latimes.com | November 5, 2010
Editor's note: This corrects the length of the lease terms. Golfers could keep hitting balls under the bellies of flying jets for another decade if the County Board of Supervisors signs a new lease with the Newport Beach Golf Course on Tuesday. Four years ago, the county scrapped John Wayne Airport's controversial plan to pave a parking lot over the public course and decided to renew its land lease. But the lease was on a month-to-month basis, and the course's owners and some golfers were left in uncertainty.
NEWS
By Hannah Fry | March 12, 2014
The Newport-Mesa Unified District and the city of Newport Beach are negotiating over an area of city land that students at Newport Elementary School use as a playground during recess and lunch. For the past 50 years, the district has leased the park, which sits on tidelands, from the city at no cost. The city presented a new lease this year that would require Newport-Mesa to pay $32,400 annually to use the park, said Paul Reed, the district's deputy superintendent and chief business official.
NEWS
April 19, 2005
Here are some items the council will consider tonight: SENIOR CENTER LEASE The council will decide whether to continue leasing the Costa Mesa Senior Center building to the center's operators and begin providing a full-time maintenance worker for the building. The current lease on the city-owned building expires in June. The building's condition has deteriorated in recent years, so the council will be asked to spend between $25,000 and $61,000 more annually on a maintenance worker for the facility.
NEWS
October 10, 2003
Deirdre Newman The Orange County Fair will lose state funding if it does not have a plan to get monthly financial records from the operator of the Orange County Market Place by February, according to a state audit. The final report of the audit was issued in August. Fair management has submitted an action plan, which is to require the detailed financial information of market place revenue in its new lease, for review to the Department of Food and Agriculture.
BUSINESS
By Mona Shadia | January 5, 2010
Construction is scheduled to begin this week on two new restaurants at South Coast Plaza that will occupy the space where the Clubhouse restaurant just closed. Capital Grille and Seasons 52, owned by Orlando, Fla.-based Darden Restaurants, will open their first locations in California in November on the spot of the two-floor Clubhouse, said Debra Gunn Downing, South Coast Plaza’s executive director of marketing. The lease has been signed. The Clubhouse restaurant closed its doors Thursday after a decade at South Coast Plaza.
NEWS
May 20, 2007
I support the new lease for the Newport Beach Golf Course, and I am opposed to the destruction of the golf course ("Newport council votes to oppose golf course idea," May 9). JEANINE BASHORE Concrete isn't the same as good old grass I am writing to voice my support of a new lease for the Newport Beach Golf Course ("Back 9 is for golf; park JWA cars elsewhere," Editorial, April 29). I took my clubs to a nearby parking lot and tried to play nine holes of golf.
NEWS
By Emily Foxhall | October 22, 2013
Aralia Street residents may soon rest easy. The Newport Beach City Council on Tuesday night approved a resolution to establish a one-hour parking limit on the street for any cars without a permit. The one-hour limit would apply between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. on school days. The vote marked a major step in what residents describe as a years-long battle to have their voices heard. Students at the nearby Corona del Mar High have been clogging the spaces in front of the homes on the street rather than park in school lots because of the convenience.
NEWS
By Mike Reicher | September 12, 2011
After a monthlong summer recess, the Newport Beach City Council will resume business Tuesday. The council plans to vote on the city's leases with the Balboa Bay Club & Resort and the Balboa Theater, discuss moving the police headquarters across town and consider changing the harbor's speed limit to accommodate racing boaters. In August, International Bay Clubs Inc. announced it had sold the BBC, which sits on public land managed by the city. Now the council may reassign the lease to the new owner, Chinese businessman Winston Chung's company Seven-One Capital-Business Inc. According to a city staff report, the BBC paid $2.7 million to lease the city land in 2010.
NEWS
By Jill Cowan | September 26, 2012
While Newport Beach City Council members disagreed Tuesday night about various aspects of the Balboa Village Master Plan - including its name - there was one idea floated in it that they were all willing to let sink: recreational vehicle parking in the Balboa Pier parking lot. The council voted 5 to 1 to accept the 289-page document with the caveats that the half-page item suggesting an off-season-only RV parking program be scrapped, and that it...
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By Hannah Fry | March 12, 2014
The Newport-Mesa Unified District and the city of Newport Beach are negotiating over an area of city land that students at Newport Elementary School use as a playground during recess and lunch. For the past 50 years, the district has leased the park, which sits on tidelands, from the city at no cost. The city presented a new lease this year that would require Newport-Mesa to pay $32,400 annually to use the park, said Paul Reed, the district's deputy superintendent and chief business official.
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NEWS
By Emily Foxhall | October 22, 2013
Aralia Street residents may soon rest easy. The Newport Beach City Council on Tuesday night approved a resolution to establish a one-hour parking limit on the street for any cars without a permit. The one-hour limit would apply between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. on school days. The vote marked a major step in what residents describe as a years-long battle to have their voices heard. Students at the nearby Corona del Mar High have been clogging the spaces in front of the homes on the street rather than park in school lots because of the convenience.
NEWS
By Jill Cowan | September 26, 2012
While Newport Beach City Council members disagreed Tuesday night about various aspects of the Balboa Village Master Plan - including its name - there was one idea floated in it that they were all willing to let sink: recreational vehicle parking in the Balboa Pier parking lot. The council voted 5 to 1 to accept the 289-page document with the caveats that the half-page item suggesting an off-season-only RV parking program be scrapped, and that it...
NEWS
By Mike Reicher | September 12, 2011
After a monthlong summer recess, the Newport Beach City Council will resume business Tuesday. The council plans to vote on the city's leases with the Balboa Bay Club & Resort and the Balboa Theater, discuss moving the police headquarters across town and consider changing the harbor's speed limit to accommodate racing boaters. In August, International Bay Clubs Inc. announced it had sold the BBC, which sits on public land managed by the city. Now the council may reassign the lease to the new owner, Chinese businessman Winston Chung's company Seven-One Capital-Business Inc. According to a city staff report, the BBC paid $2.7 million to lease the city land in 2010.
NEWS
By Mike Reicher, mike.reicher@latimes.com | November 5, 2010
Editor's note: This corrects the length of the lease terms. Golfers could keep hitting balls under the bellies of flying jets for another decade if the County Board of Supervisors signs a new lease with the Newport Beach Golf Course on Tuesday. Four years ago, the county scrapped John Wayne Airport's controversial plan to pave a parking lot over the public course and decided to renew its land lease. But the lease was on a month-to-month basis, and the course's owners and some golfers were left in uncertainty.
BUSINESS
By Mona Shadia | January 6, 2010
Construction is scheduled to begin this week on two new restaurants at South Coast Plaza that will occupy the space where the Clubhouse restaurant just closed. Capital Grille and Seasons 52, owned by Orlando, Fla.-based Darden Restaurants, will open their first locations in California in November on the spot of the two-floor Clubhouse, said Debra Gunn Downing, South Coast Plaza’s executive director of marketing. The lease has been signed. The Clubhouse restaurant closed its doors Thursday after a decade at South Coast Plaza.
NEWS
May 20, 2007
I support the new lease for the Newport Beach Golf Course, and I am opposed to the destruction of the golf course ("Newport council votes to oppose golf course idea," May 9). JEANINE BASHORE Concrete isn't the same as good old grass I am writing to voice my support of a new lease for the Newport Beach Golf Course ("Back 9 is for golf; park JWA cars elsewhere," Editorial, April 29). I took my clubs to a nearby parking lot and tried to play nine holes of golf.
NEWS
April 19, 2005
Here are some items the council will consider tonight: SENIOR CENTER LEASE The council will decide whether to continue leasing the Costa Mesa Senior Center building to the center's operators and begin providing a full-time maintenance worker for the building. The current lease on the city-owned building expires in June. The building's condition has deteriorated in recent years, so the council will be asked to spend between $25,000 and $61,000 more annually on a maintenance worker for the facility.
NEWS
October 10, 2003
Deirdre Newman The Orange County Fair will lose state funding if it does not have a plan to get monthly financial records from the operator of the Orange County Market Place by February, according to a state audit. The final report of the audit was issued in August. Fair management has submitted an action plan, which is to require the detailed financial information of market place revenue in its new lease, for review to the Department of Food and Agriculture.
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