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Apparel Expenditures

March 09, 1989|Clipboard researched by Susan Davis Greene / Los Angeles Times; Graphics by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times

Costa Mesa is the apparel shopping center of Orange County, according to the latest available information. One-fourth of the spending on clothes and shoes occurred in Costa Mesa, more than the next two highest cities (Santa Ana and Newport Beach) combined. Here's the city-by-city outlook:

* Taxable Percentage City Sales of Sales Costa Mesa 48,972 26 Santa Ana 25,179 14 Newport Beach 19,082 10 Orange 13,702 7 Westminster 11,250 6 Huntington Beach 10,638 6 Buena Park 8,981 5 Brea 7,373 4 Anaheim 7,010 4 Fullerton 5,905 3 La Habra 4,410 2 Garden Grove 4,305 2 Tustin 4,027 2 Irvine 3,498 2 Cypress 3,314 2 Laguna Beach 2,902 1 Fountain Valley 1,510 1 Seal Beach 1,344 1 Placentia 1,096 1 San Clemente 1,034 1 San Juan Capistrano 470 -- Yorba Linda 307 -- Los Alamitos 234 -- Stanton 163 --

* Reported in thousands of dollars for second quarter, 1988; most recent information available.

Note: Comparable information for Dana Point, La Palma, Mission Viejo and Villa Park not available.

Source: California State Board of Equalization; Department of Finance.

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