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  • Robert Rizzo to go to prison, wants to 'make amends' to Bell

    Robert Rizzo to go to prison, wants to 'make amends' to Bell
    Former Bell city administrator Robert Rizzo wants to "make amends to the citizens of Bell" and his no-contest plea to 69 public-corruption charges is the beginning, his attorney said Thursday.
  • Angela Spaccia to testify in Bell corruption trial, attorney says

    Angela Spaccia to testify in Bell corruption trial, attorney says
    The former assistant city manager of Bell will take the witness stand in her own defense in a sweeping municipal corruption case expected to open later this week. Jury selection continued Monday in the government’s case against Angela Spaccia, who...

    Commentary: I see shades of Bell in Costa Mesa

    There are patterns of behavior and events associated with problematic city charters. Considering Costa Mesa's revived city charter efforts, it is important to recognize when these patterns are being repeated so that past mistakes can be avoided. These...

    Ex-Bell council members balk at deal, hearing delayed

    Ex-Bell council members balk at deal, hearing delayed
    Lawyers for five former Bell City Council members asked for more time Friday to consider whether to accept a deal in which their clients would get maximum four-year prison sentences in exchange for pleading guilty to corruption charges. All five must...

    Former Bell leaders request more time to consider plea deal

    Former Bell leaders request more time to consider plea deal
    Lawyers for five former Bell City Council members asked for more time Friday to consider whether to accept a deal in which their clients would get no more than four years in prison in exchange for pleading no contest to criminal negligence. George Cole,...