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County supervisor withdraws support for using former landfill in Huntington Beach as a temporary homeless shelter

Two days after voting to direct county staff to develop a plan for emergency shelters on county-owned land in three cities, Orange County Supervisor Michelle Steel on Wednesday withdrew her support for placing a homeless shelter on the site of an abandoned landfill in Huntington Beach.

Newport wants a port master plan, but don't expect cargo and cruise ships

Even if Newport Harbor gets desired “port” status from the state for planning and development purposes, it won’t become an industrial port similar to Long Beach, local officials say.

Costa Mesa moves toward allowing recreational marijuana businesses

Costa Mesa City Council members voted unanimously Tuesday night to advance a code amendment that would allow development, manufacturing, research and testing of recreational marijuana products in the same area of the city where medical marijuana businesses are already permitted.

Laguna college removes ‘kneeling women’ statues after 10 years at front of campus

The Laguna College of Art + Design demolished two of its “kneeling women” statues Wednesday. The plaster statues were placid-looking, topless women kneeling and resting their arms on their knees.

Segerstrom Center unveils 2018-19 Broadway series

The Segerstrom Center for the Arts announced its Broadway series lineup for the 2018-19 season, spotlighting “Dear Evan Hansen,” a winner of six 2017 Tony Awards and a 2018 Grammy.

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