Wednesday, June 3, 2009

CM PRESS # 712

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THE CM PRESS CONSIDERS THE PRIVATE LIVES AND FAMILIES OF LOCAL POLITICIANS OFF LIMITS.
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MARINES FINDING IRAQ TACTICS DON'T WORK IN AFGHANISTAN
Heavy armor is major problem.
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IXNAY ON RED LIGHT CAMERAS IN SURF CITY
Cops say the stupid things just cause more rear end collisions.
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MAYOR TO MOW LAWN?
In support of volunteerism and cutting costs, the CM PRESS told the Council about a mayor back east who volunteers to mow a city owned lawn. Mayor Mansoor then said he'd have to leave the meeting early to mow City Hall's lawn. Should we hold our breath?
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RESIDENTS WANT POOL TO STAY OPEN IN WINTER
To cut costs, the City wants to close the pool at the Downtown Recreation Center during the winter months. The CM PRESS suggested to the Council last night that it rent the pool to a private group for a buck a year (or for the winter months) and let them run it. We have a precedent in the Senior Center which is also rented to a private group for a buck a year.
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CITY COUNCIL REVERSES ITSELF
Won't charge stupid ambulance fees after all. Here's the almost daily Daily Pilot's report on this. # # #

REPORT ON JUNE 2, BAKER STREET POLICE CHECKPOINT
The Costa Mesa Police Department conducted a sobriety checkpoint on Tuesday June 2, 2009, at Baker Street east of Bear Street.

During the hours of operation, 959 vehicles drove through the checkpoint, 345 vehicles were stopped, and 15 drivers were screened for driving under the influence. There were no DUI arrests; however one under aged driver was cited for having a blood alcohol level of .01% or higher. 5 drivers were arrested for driving without driver licenses and 3 drivers arrested for driving on a suspended license. A total of 11 citations were issued for miscellaneous vehicle code violations and 5 vehicles were impounded. Source: CMPD
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BRITISH HOME SECRETARY SUED BY MICHAEL SAVAGE FOR DEFAMATION RESIGNS
Smith under pressure from all sides. Savage to continue his lawsuit against lefty.
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EUROPEAN ELECTIONS BEGIN TOMORROW
Could change geopolitics if rightists make breakthrough--especially in Great Britain.
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1 comment:

  1. I agree 100% public officials should have their privacy and their personal lives are not our business.

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