City Of Costa Mesa

City Council Idea For Workforce Housing

The Costa Mesa City Council is considering a plan to covert a apartment complex near South Coast Plaza in to workforce housing. The 250 unit complex at 500 Anton Blvd in Costa Mesa is currently a mix of studio and, one as well as two bedroom units. The money to do the project would come […]

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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 […]

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City Moves Forward On Hazard Pay Ordinance

The City of Costa Mesa has moved forward on its plan for a ordinance requiring hazard pay for grocery workers. The city council voted 6-1 in favor of staff coming back with an emergency ordinance that would require grocery stores to provide hazard pay. No amount per hour was decided on but it most likely […]

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Costa Mesa Puts Off Hazard Pay Decision

The Costa Mesa City Council has put off a decision about a $4 an hour hazard pay ordinance for grocery and pharmacy workers that would last 120 days.

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