Costa Mesa City Council – Jim Righeimer Makes It Official

Costa Mesa City Council just gained another candidate for City Council, Jim Righeimer. This morning Righeimer made his nomination official outside of Costa Mesa’s City Hall. In his speech, he said that his biggest goal is to make the city family-friendly and a place that continues to attract young families moving in. Why? They support the local churches, schools, businesses, and athletic programs. He emphasized the need for better infrastructures as far as sport facilities, schools, and more.

As Costa Mesa Realtors we’re all for attracting families. Seeing the enthusiasm and growth in school programs like the ones at Estancia High School & Costa Mesa High School are great sources of pride for the community. Athletic programs and facilities are a priority for organizations like Costa Mesa United and provide fantastic facilities and groups for the youth. Costa Mesa is our home too and we’re glad to help people choose it for their home as well.

About Torelli Realty: Torelli Realty is proud to represent Costa Mesa real estate and support the local community. We’ve been meeting the needs of Costa Mesa home buyers & sellers since 1984.  We are also an expert in Costa Mesa short sales and Orange County foreclosures & short sales. Feel free to contact us for a free consultation and for all your real estate needs.

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One response to “Costa Mesa City Council – Jim Righeimer Makes It Official

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