New entryway for Corona del Mar?

Corona del Mar may soon have a new entrance into the city, at MacArthur Boulevard and East Coast Highway.  The plans could include an extra-wide sidewalk, planted palm trees, and low walls for seating.    According to Corona del Mar Today’s article on the topic, “Members of the Corona del Mar Citizens Advisory Panel voted …

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Congress votes to restore FHA loan limits

House and Senate leaders signed off on a conference report for a “minibus” appropriations bill that included language restoring FHA’s ability to insure loans of up to $729,750 in high cost markets through 2013. Because the minibus appropriations package also contains a continuing resolution to avoid a government shutdown and continue federal operations until Dec. …

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Deficit plan wins backers

In February, the White House created the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform to examine how the country spends money and collects taxes.  The commission also was tasked with creating a proposal that would cut the federal budget deficit. MAKING SENSE OF THE STORY The deficit commission’s proposal was released to the public this …

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