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12 Feb About Costa Mesa, Community Matters, In the News | Comments Off on Finding the right solutions for homeless residents

Finding the right solutions for homeless residents

Finding the right solutions for homeless residents

Finding just the right solutions for homeless residents in Costa Mesa is huge task, but a very worthy one. Providing shelter, care, and medical/mental health services to our homeless residents is not only our [city council’s] moral duty but it’s our fiscal duty as well since we are stewards of your tax dollars. I’m so fortunate to […]

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11 Jan Community Matters, In the News | Comments Off on Councilwoman Katrina Foley Agrees with Planning Commission Decision to Deny Permits

Councilwoman Katrina Foley Agrees with Planning Commission Decision to Deny Permits

Councilwoman Katrina Foley Agrees with Planning Commission Decision to Deny Permits

Councilwoman Katrina Foley fully agrees with the Costa Mesa commission’s decision to deny permits for two operators of sober-living and treatment facilities By Luke Money January 9, 2018 Daily Pilot The operators of a local sober-living home and several alcohol and drug treatment facilities left Costa Mesa City Hall empty-handed Monday night after the Planning […]

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04 Jan About Costa Mesa, Community Matters, Happening Now, In the News | Comments Off on City of Costa Mesa Sues Rehab Home Operation and Council Member Katrina Foley Asks for Other Cities to Take Stand Against Abuses

City of Costa Mesa Sues Rehab Home Operation and Council Member Katrina Foley Asks for Other Cities to Take Stand Against Abuses

City of Costa Mesa Sues Rehab Home Operation and Council Member Katrina Foley Asks for Other Cities to Take Stand Against Abuses

On Tuesday, January 2, 2018, the City of Costa Mesa filed legal action in Orange County Superior Court against the owner and operators of three large sober living homes operating in violation of the city’s ordinances. The City is asking the court for a preliminary and permanent injunction and nuisance abatement against the sober living […]

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29 Dec Community Matters, In the News | Comments Off on Councilwoman Katrina Foley wants changes to the laws that prohibit regulating sober-living homes

Councilwoman Katrina Foley wants changes to the laws that prohibit regulating sober-living homes

Councilwoman Katrina Foley wants changes to the laws that prohibit regulating sober-living homes

Councilwoman Katrina Foley was in Washington D.C. in early December (arrived on the 10th and returned home late on the 12th) in an effort to speak with federal leaders about abuses by sober living home operators and the federal laws that prevent cities, counties and states from regulating their activities.  Organized by the Association of […]

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