Triangle Square Signage On Hold Again

Triangle Square Signage On Hold Again

The City of Costa Mesa Planning Commissioners again had hearings on the proposed LED signage at the Triangle Square Shopping Center. The issue has upset many residents of Costa Mesa who have mentioned turning Costa Mesa in to Las Vegas or causing potential safety issues with distracting signs for motorists.

The owner of the center Tyler Mateen as well as many tenants and, employees at the center have said the signage could revitalize the struggling shopping center. The current proposal for signage includes 4,960 square feet of signage on the property more than half of which would be LED type signage.

To sweeten the deal for the city in a bid to get it approved the owner I’d offering 25 percent of the ad revenue from three years after the deal is signed as well as allowing the city to use 10 percent of the ads for public service messages.

City staff recommended continuing the item why they make further revisions to the contract and, yet again the issue was pushed back this time to the April 12th meeting.

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Free Sandbags At City Hall

Free Sandbags At City Hall

As heavy rain heads in to the Southland the City Of Costa Mesa has made sandbags available for free for city residents. The cities maintenance crews have made then available at the southwest corner of the City Hall parking lot.

The sandbags are free but there is a limit of 15 bags per resident and, they are not for commercial use. The only drawback is you do have to fill them yourself but shovels are provided.

Location: 77 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa

If you do have flooding issues you can report them to the cities hotline at (714) 754-5250.