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August 14, 2001
Paul Clinton CRYSTAL COVE -- In their efforts to implement an interim plan in the historic district, California State Parks officials have hit a snag. The agency is facing a delay in the hiring of a security firm after the leading firm submitted an incomplete application, officials said. Now, the state is starting from scratch, reopening the bidding process for the $90,000 contract. Scaife Protection Services, based in Lawndale, was initially selected as the company that would provide round-the-clock surveillance of the 46 cottages in the historic district of Crystal Cove State Park.
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By JOSEPH N. BELL | September 7, 2006
Back in the Middle Ages when my kids were going to public schools, the first day of school was always an event but never a chore. We packed a lunch for them and provided a notebook and sent them off. Sometimes we had to take them, but school was often within walking distance. Lots of churning in the stomach and a mix of excitement and trepidation. In the kids, that is. The grown-ups' involvement ended as the kids took off for school. Last Tuesday, I discovered how things have changed since those days.
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By Lauren Williams | November 15, 2012
Nearly 10 months after a jury found him guilty of misappropriating public funds, former Newport-Mesa Unified Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard wants the verdicts overturned. Hubbard's counsel submitted an opening brief this week in the state's 2nd District Court of Appeal on grounds that he wasn't capable of committing the crimes of which he was convicted. "He was unjustly convicted, and I hope he'll be acquitted on appeal," said attorney Hillel Chodos, who along with co-counsel Philip Kaufler is representing Hubbard for the appeal.
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By Britney Barnes, britney.barnes@latimes.com | May 25, 2011
COSTA MESA - To lighten parents' paperwork in signing their children up for the next scholastic year, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District this summer will pilot an online registration system at Costa Mesa and Corona del Mar high schools. The school board on Tuesday night approved a contract with Jireh Information Systems, Inc. to try a school registration and student management software program called K-12 Online. It will replace the back-to-school stack of papers parents fill out every summer with an online system.
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By Mona Shadia | November 18, 2009
The Orange County district attorney’s office will consider a complaint made by County Counsel Nicholas Chrisos about the overlapping activities of the Orange County Fair and Event Center’s board of directors, which governs the Orange County Fairgrounds, and their dual role as directors of a fairgrounds’ nonprofit foundation. The state attorney general’s office has turned out Chrisos’ request to investigate a July 29 fair board meeting for a possible violation of a state open meeting law, the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act. On Wednesday, Susan Schroeder, the district attorney spokeswoman, said that the D.A.’s office would take up Chrisos’ complaint once it receives the paperwork.
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By Alan Blank | December 8, 2008
Impartial hearing Officer Thomas Allen decided to postpone until Jan. 12 his decision on whether substance abuse rehab home Newport Coast Recovery will be allowed to continue to operate on the Balboa Peninsula at a public hearing Monday night. Both the city staff and the group home operator, Mike Newman, asked for the continuance because the permit application the group home was required to fill out as a result of a city ordinance passed earlier this year was incomplete. Dozens of incensed residents said the continuance was outrageous, and questioned the commitment of Newport Coast Recovery to be a good neighbor if they didn’t even make it a priority to comply with the city’s request in a timely fashion.
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By Emily Foxhall | April 10, 2014
The Newport Beach City Council isn't ready to send off its Mariner's Mile post office just yet. Council members unanimously voted to delay a decision Tuesday on whether to rezone the property where the Bay Station Post Office stands, so staff can prepare the proper documentation for denial of the request. The council urged staff to return with the paperwork at its next meeting, April 22. An international architecture and design firm, Gensler, had applied for a zoning change for 191 Riverside Ave. to mixed use from a public facility.
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By Joseph Serna, joseph.serna@latimes.com | April 12, 2011
COSTA MESA — The Costa Mesa Planning Commission on Monday backed away from restricting garages at apartment complexes after concerns about them being converted into residences arose. Initially proposed as a three-phase program — which included certifying garages aren't being used as residences, limiting future garage inspection and increasing community education — the commission whittled it down to an education-only effort. "I think education is going to be the only way that anything constructive is going to come of that," Commissioner Sam Clark said.
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By: Shel Segal | September 17, 2005
While sleet and snow cannot stop delivery of the mail, apparently not filing the correct paperwork can halt the playing of a high school football game. A paperwork snafu is the reason Bell-Jeff officials said today's 1 p.m. nonleague game at Los Angeles High has been canceled. Bell-Jeff Coach Rolando Aguirre said specific paperwork had to be filed out with the California Interscholastic Federation because Los Angeles is a City Section school and Bell-Jeff is a CIF Southern Section school.
NEWS
April 29, 2011
The trial for a Costa Mesa man accused of raping two underage women is set to begin Monday, according to court records. Jaime Zamora Ramirez, 42, is accused of forcibly raping two underage female employees who worked with him at a Fountain Valley dry cleaning business, according to a January 2010 news release from the Orange County district attorney. He reportedly threatened to expose one as undocumented and have her deported if she reported the crime, the statement said. Ramirez is accused of asking another employee to drive one of the female victims to his Costa Mesa home to pick up paperwork for First Class Cleaners in 2009.
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