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Constituents and political allies packed Assemblyman Allan Mansoor's Costa Mesa office with questions and donations as part of an open house Wednesday night. The event invited new and old constituents to meet Mansoor and leave donations for Orange...
Tags: Elections, Politics, Human Interest
Hit-and-run drivers convicted of vehicular manslaughter without gross negligence could face up to five more years behind bars if a bill proposed by Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) makes it through the Legislature. Assembly Bill 956, which was...
Tags: Murder, Crime, Law and Justice, Punishment, Trials, Misdemeanors
SACRAMENTO -- State lawmakers Wednesday morning will discuss a Republican request for an audit of databases on mentally ill residents and gun ownership. Severe mental health cases are supposed to be reported to law enforcement so disturbed people can be...
Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) was appointed to an Assembly committee earlier this week. Mansoor now serves as vice chairman of the Committee on Jobs, Economic Development and the Economy. "I am honored to be given this opportunity to...
Tags: Business Enterprises
Same song, second verse. Here are some highlights of 2012, culled from the pages of Coastline Pilot in the second half of the year. Refresh your memories. July. 6: Principal Planner Carolyn Martin was named project manager for the proposed overhaul of...
Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) introduced a bill Wednesday aimed at keeping the addresses of law-abiding gun owners private. Assembly Bill 134, dubbed the "Family Protection Act," would prohibit law enforcement agencies from releasing...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Laws, Firearms
L.A. NOWAssemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) introduced a bill Wednesday aimed at keeping the addresses of law-abiding gun owners private. Assembly Bill 134, dubbed the Family Protection Act, would prohibit law enforcement agencies from releasing personal...
There's never a shortage of important stories in Laguna Beach, but here are the most compelling ones in chronological order. * South Laguna tunnel When the South Coast Water District said it needed to access property below several South Laguna...
Tags: Voting, Finance, Fines, Bars and Clubs, Local Government
Jim Fitzpatrick resigned from the Costa Mesa Sanitary District on Monday, saying he no longer wanted to defend himself in a lawsuit over a perceived conflict of interest. His colleagues had contended that his prior concurrent service on the Sanitary...
1.) Our Olympians: No one made us prouder this year than the capable athletes, coaches and announcers from Newport Beach, Costa Mesa and Irvine who represented Team USA in the 2012 Summer Olympics Games in London. They grew up, trained or live here. Costa...
Tags: Activism, Sports, Colin McCarthy, Job Layoffs, John Mann
One newcomer to local politics and one veteran were featured in news stories from the day they announced their candidacies for City Council until the day they were installed. There are similarities between newly seated councilmen Robert Whalen and...
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