The action was to stop a possible plan by state and federal agencies to use the Fairview Developmental Center to house and quarantine people with the coronavirus. Jennifer Keller, an attorney for the city, said Friday evening that it is hard to reconcile how Fairview could be suitable for coronavirus quarantine when it had recently been deemed unfit for a homeless shelter without extensive improvements.
- February 22, 2020 – Costa Mesa Officials Address Growing Concerns Over Possible Transfer Of Up To 50 Coronavirus Patients To City
- February 21, 2020 – Costa Mesa gets court order to keep Fairview Developmental Center from use as coronavirus quarantine site
- December 13, 2018 – “Los Angeles Times” – Legal victories show that it is worth it to stand up and fight when needed
- December 8, 2018 – “Voice of OC” – Jury Unanimously Agrees With City And Dismisses Challenge To Sober Living Ordinance
- December 7, 2018 – “Orange County Register” – Federal jury sides with Costa Mesa in sober living case
- December 7, 2018 – “LA Times” – Costa Mesa Prevails in Sober-Living Operators Lawsuit Challenging City Regulations