Katrina Foley

Mesa-Newport Unified School District

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School board member of the Mesa-Newport Unified School District, resident of Costa Mesa and former member of its city council

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Political tensions in Costa Mesa have been building since the new City Council sent layoff notices to half the city's employees.

City of Costa Mesa's Austerity Measures Raise Questions

Political tensions in Costa Mesa have been building since the new City Council sent layoff notices to half the city's employees.

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