KOCI Sunday Brunch – LA Chargers Moving to Costa Mesa

On the March 19, 2017 KOCI/101.5 FM broadcast, Costa Mesa city councilman John Stephens and City Manager Tom Hatch met with Tom Johnson on his weekly Sunday Brunch show.

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Rachel Maddow’s Trump taxes scoop was a cynical, self-defeating spectacle.

Source: Rachel Maddow’s Trump taxes scoop was a cynical, self-defeating spectacle.

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The World on January 20, 2017 

by Victor Davis Hanson// National Review Red-blue tensions at home, mounting dangers abroad Most Americans are worried about our domestic crises. Obama left office after doubling the debt to $20 tr…

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Victor Davis Hanson Private Papers

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From and Angry Reader: Dear Professor Hanson, Evidently you are a supporter of Donald Trump. If I read your essay on this subject correctly, you seem to be implying that, unlike the false elitism o…

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Fire Station No. 1 Groundbreaking Ceremony

On March 11th, 2017 the city of Costa Mesa held a groundbreaking ceremony for Fire Station No. 1. located on Royal Palm Drive. Originally built in 1961, the new station will feature a new 12,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility including dorm rooms, three administrative offices, one training classroom, an emergency medical supply room and four utility rooms. The new facility will address out-of-date building codes, accommodate multi-gender usage and provide an efficient floor plan that aims to improve emergency response time. It will be approximately 25% larger than the old facility at a cost of about $7.8 million. Fire Chief Dan Stefano says it should be operational in 12 to 18 months and is a 50 year investment.

Speakers included: City Manager Tom Hatch, Mayor Katrina Foley, Fire Chief Dan Stefano, State Senator John Moorlach, Orange County Supervisor Michelle Steel and city council members Sandra Genis, Jim Righeimer and John Stephens. The Color Guard ceremony was performed by Boy Scout Troop #339.

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