March 15, 2019
OC Register: Newport Beach reviews county plan to upgrade John Wayne Airport, with concern over increase in private jet traffic
The Newport Beach City Council on Tuesday, March 12, reviewed plans to expand operations at the airport. As part of that review, the council offered feedback on the county’s environmental impact report for the infrastructure project.
The Justice Department has subpoenaed records for individual students at Sage Hill School and two trustees members have resigned as the exclusive Orange County prep school finds itself deeper in a nationwide college admission bribery scandal.
Development rights for the parking areas, which could become a mix of restaurants, entertainment and hotels, could be a selling point.
OC Register: One Metro West development would bring 1,057 apartments, 1.7-acre park to northwest Costa Mesa
There are several large employers within blocks of each other in northwestern Costa Mesa and the developer proposing One Metro West says they could use housing nearby.
The “rusty skeleton” that’s loomed over Garden Grove Boulevard for years may finally be getting a second lease on life. A new version of the ill-fated project will go before the Garden Grove Planning Commission when it meets on Thursday, March 21.
Wagner’s vote lead has widened or held steady with each update, which as of Thursday evening was based on 70,593 ballots counted and reported.
If you’ve been hearing rumblings of more than the usual number of layoffs statewide, your economic antenna is dialed in: The number of California workers hit with layoff warnings is up 30 percent in a year.
Offer expires March 22. Save an estimated $16 per person for tickets in the Lower MVP Section. Special prices are also available for the Left Field Pavilion.
Publication Date: March 15, 2019