The Costa Mesa City Council will soon consider a draft ordinance regulating marijuana sales in the city.
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There's a change in the air.
It's a major victory for the city's legal marijuana industry.
Costa Mesa’s cannabis program is like a microcosm of the state’s experiment with legal weed. Hoping for a windfall in tax revenue, the city opened its doors to commercial marijuana in 2016.
A councilman's request to hang a Thin Blue Line flag and an “In God We Trust” flag at Costa Mesa City Hall was rejected at a meeting Tuesday, with city leaders saying they should find other ways to
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Huntington Beach, Aliso Viejo, and Escondido all joined the fight against Sacramento this week. Costa Mesa looked poised to do the same.
Mayors and city managers from Orange County’s 33 cities have been asked to appear before U.S. District Judge David Carter today, who is overseeing a pair of civil rights lawsuits over the county’s response to homelessness.