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By: | October 7, 2005
How about a better looking city hall for all that money? I was raised in Newport Beach and ran a business for many years in the Rhine Channel area. I can't believe that the city fathers or the residents of such a fine city with its roots deep in maritime history would accept a building design that so closely resembles a prison or an industrial warehouse. From the budget estimates, I would say that it costs a lot of money to look that ugly. Wouldn't we all be happier with a city hall that better reflects our boating heritage and is pleasing to the eye as well?
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NEWS
By: | October 7, 2005
WHAT'S AFLOAT If you are planning a nautical event, submit the information to the Daily Pilot, 1375 Sunflower Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92627; by fax to (714) 966-4667; or by e-mail to o7lindsay.sandham @latimes.comf7o7.f7 The American Cetacean Society invites the public to participate in a dolphin research program Oct. 29. Orientation is at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 27 at the Costa Mesa Community Center, 1845 Park Ave., Costa Mesa. Information: (714) 534-5177 or o7www.
NEWS
By: | October 6, 2005
Send AROUND TOWN items to the Daily Pilot, 1375 Sunflower Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626; by e-mail to o7lindsay.sandhamf7o7@latimes.comf7; by fax to (714) 966-4667; or by calling (714) 966-4625. Include the time, date and location of the event, as well as a contact phone number. THROUGH OCT. 22 Project Playhouse, a six-week event with elaborate kid-size playhouses on display and sold at public auction, will be held at Fashion Island Center in Newport Beach.
NEWS
By: Elia Powers | October 6, 2005
Hirings and firings are common in the fickle world of the National Football League, so coaches' families are used to moving from one city to another at a moment's notice. "This was different," said Cathie Sheppard, whose husband, Mike, began this year as offensive coordinator of the New Orleans Saints. Hurricane Katrina forced the family out of its New Orleans home of more than three years. After stops in Cleveland, Baltimore, San Diego, Seattle and Buffalo, Cathie Sheppard said the family was enjoying a period of normalcy.
NEWS
By: Lindsay Sandham | October 5, 2005
A dozen muscle-car enthusiasts had the opportunity to flex their charitable strength by taking part in the inaugural Muscle Car 1000 rally, which started Tuesday from Newport Beach. Newport Beach Mayor John Heffernan raised a green flag at the Back Bay Cafe as a handful of muscle-car owners took off for a five-day California journey. The Muscle Car 1000 will cover 1,000 miles -- from Newport Beach to the Napa Valley and back -- with several stops and lavish hotel stays along the way. Each person or couple participating paid an entry fee of about $4,400, organizer Chris Hoskins said, and half the proceeds will go to the Hunger Relief Organization, a nonprofit founded by Hoskins.
NEWS
By: | October 5, 2005
DIANA Diana was a featured "Pet of the Week" in the Daily Pilot in July. No one has opened their heart to take her into their home since she was diagnosed with a hole in her heart. Her condition causes her no pain and doesn't restrict her activity level. There is no reason Diana cannot go to a loving home and live a quality, albeit shorter, life. Diana is a beautiful sable color and she is now six months old. She needs daily medicine that would be paid for by the organization and she likes other animals.
NEWS
By: Andrew Edwards | October 5, 2005
Newport Beach is not the most expensive place to buy a home in the country, but it's pretty close. Newport Beach took sixth place in Coldwell Banker's Home Price Comparison Index with an average 2005 home value of $1,499,000. All but one of the 10 most expensive markets in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico were California cities. The report only surveyed prices of four-bedroom homes with about 2,200 square feet of space, 2 1/2 bathrooms, a family room and two-car garage.
NEWS
By: Lauren Vane | October 5, 2005
Twenty-nine days and three hurricanes later, four Newport Beach firefighters returned home safely Tuesday from a relief mission through several states in the hurricane-ravaged South. Capt. Ron Gutierrez, Capt. Chip Duncan, Fire Engineer Jim Jeziorski and Firefighter Nic Lucas, dressed uniformly in dark blue T-shirts, were greeted by fellow Newport firefighters at the baggage carousel at John Wayne Airport. Toting duffel bags and weary grins, the four men shared their stories of the three women they won't soon forget.
NEWS
By: Elia Powers | October 5, 2005
This is the time of year when Mandy Wynn tends to feel homesick. She's settled into her life in Brooklyn, N.Y., but something about the Jewish High Holy Days gets her thinking about family traditions. And hers has plenty of them. The Sonenshines, one of the first families to join Newport Beach's Temple Bat Yahm, typically arrive early to synagogue for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur to secure a seat near the front. Three generations chant together, led by grandpa Ygal Sonenshine.
NEWS
By: | October 5, 2005
These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have been arrested on suspicion of a crime and are considered innocent until proved guilty COSTA MESA Sept. 28 Reyes Gonzalez Moreno, 51, Costa Mesa Friday Juan Ochoa, 37, Santa Ana Benjamin Stewart Cameron, 22, Santa Ana Cynthia Ann Stanley, 50, Lee's Summit Kathleen Marie Redfield, 53, San Clemente Melissa Phatnako, 27, Newport Beach Abraham Agopian, 21, Costa Mesa Saturday Adam Christopher Evers, 24, Santa Ana Jason Anthony Hill, 24, Irvine Michelle Rose Nemirovsky, 23, Walnut Martha Mae Smith, 58, Costa Mesa Tamara Rose McArthur, 24, Costa Mesa Mario Rios-Carlos, 24, Santa Ana Sunday Anthony James Qualin, 63, Costa Mesa Melissa Lynn Hamilton, 26, Costa Mesa Carlos E. Cruz, 38, Costa Mesa Douglas Glenn Blair, 36, Long Beach Aaron Daniel Powell, 23, Santa Ana Luis Rene Guillen-Herrera, 21, Costa Mesa Monday Lila Parto, 19, Irvine NEWPORT BEACH Sept.
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