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By: | October 4, 2005
o7Here are some items the council will consider Tuesday. f7 CABLE TRANSFER The council will decide whether to allow a transfer of a cable TV franchise license from Adelphia, which has filed for bankruptcy, to Time Warner. Cable customers in the city get service from either Adelphia or Comcast. If the license transfer is approved, former Adelphia customers will be served by Time Warner, but the rates they are charged won't change. WHAT TO EXPECT The council is likely to allow the transfer.
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April 29, 2001
Stefanie Frith Krysten White says Donkey Kong is "kinda" a good dancer. And Krysten, 11, should know. The Newport Beach resident and two of her friends, Rebecca Prince and Khloe Keeler, danced Saturday afternoon away with the goofy cartoon gorilla during the Fox Family Kids Day at Triangle Square in Costa Mesa. The event was hosted in order to film promotion spots for Fox Family Channel, which will be shown on Time Warner cable channels. "My mom thought it would be fun for us to come here and dance and have fun," Krysten said.
NEWS
October 14, 2008
The five final design concepts for the next Newport Beach City Hall and park will be on display at six city buildings through Nov. 14. The display boards can be viewed at City Hall, Oasis Senior Center, Newport Coast Community Center, Newport Beach Central Library and the Mariners and Balboa Branch Libraries. Public comment cards are available and can be submitted at each location. Plans were first presented during an all-day meeting of the City Hall Design Committee last month.
NEWS
By Alicia Robinson | October 19, 2006
COSTA MESA — Among the six City Council candidates on the Nov. 7 ballot, there is just one incumbent and one former councilman. But that hasn't stopped some of the others from running on their records, or being forced to defend them. Five of the six candidates for the two open council seats answered questions and subtly sparred with each other Wednesday at a forum in the council chambers. Restaurant owner Mirna Burciaga was unable to attend. None of the questions directly addressed the current council's plan to train some police for immigration enforcement, but several candidates brought it up anyway, with planning commissioner Bruce Garlich suggesting the city should cooperate with the county on its program to give some sheriff's deputies federal immigration training, but adding that a city program would not be necessary.
NEWS
By Joseph Serna | September 6, 2007
KOCE-TV introduced the OC Channel to the media Wednesday, a new PBS station that will offer full-time news and lifestyle coverage targeted to Orange County residents. The OC Channel will begin airing programs Oct. 24. KOCE has teamed up with Cox Communications, Chapman University, the Orange County Register, Time Warner Cable, Caltrans, UC Irvine and the Orange County Department of Education to produce and bring programming to the channel. “We have felt for years Orange County is underserved by the broadcasters.
NEWS
By: Mark R. Madler | September 3, 2005
Fire and police personnel collected more than $30,000 on Wednesday for victims of Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf Coast area. Burbank firefighters and police officers and representatives of the American Red Cross of Greater Los Angeles gathered in the courtyard area outside the AMC Theaters for more than two hours collecting donations placed inside firefighters' boots. "We had everything from handfuls of pennies to very large checks," Fire Department Capt.
NEWS
By MARILEE JACKSON | August 12, 2007
Crated and shipped carefully cross country from the prestigious J. Russell Jinishian Gallery of Fairfield, Conn., to the Newport Harbor Nautical Museum in the Balboa Fun Zone, extraordinary paintings provide a rare opportunity to view "The Art of Angling" and the exacting artistry of portraying big-game angling fishes and other underwater creatures. This is the first time any exhibit of this type, size and importance has traveled to the West Coast. The exhibition at the Newport Harbor Nautical Museum will be on display one month only through Sept.
NEWS
January 26, 2008
Recently, a number of false and deliberately misleading statements have been delivered to the citizens of Newport Beach, regarding the issue of whether our new city hall should be built within a small (three-acre) portion of the total city-owned, 12.8-acre site, adjacent to the main Newport Beach library in Newport Center. These falsehoods have appeared in the forms of campaign signs, letters in the Daily Pilot, as well as circulars through the mail. I wish to set the record straight.
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By Jeremiah Dobruck | September 19, 2013
Band members and boosters from Costa Mesa High School lined up in court Thursday to scold a volunteer for the "utter monstrosity" of her crime: stealing tens of thousands of dollars from their booster club's coffers. Jennifer Borders-Piatti, the former band booster club president, pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $50,000 from the group during 2011 and 2012. She faced a maximum of three years in prison for a felony charge of grand theft, but as part of a plea agreement, an Orange County Superior Court judge sentenced her to a year in jail and three years of probation and ordered her to pay restitution - $51,974.32, what she stole plus interest.
NEWS
By Alicia Robinson | September 28, 2006
WEST NEWPORT — One hint that the West Newport Beach Assn.'s City Council candidates forum wouldn't be a run-of-the-mill affair was what the organizers called it: "the showdown on the shore." Twelve candidates for five council seats discussed 24 issues in two hours. The candidate for the sixth seat on the ballot, Mayor Don Webb, is running unopposed and did not participate. There were no boring questions about what candidates would do to improve Newport Beach, or to use the local mantra, maintain the quality of life.
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