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Larry Agran

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  • Council rejects raise in campaign contributions

    Campaign contributions will not be raised in Laguna Beach for the 2012 election. The City Council on Tuesday rejected a $20 increase to the $360 individual contribution limit adopted in 2008. The vote was 3 to 2, with council members Kelly Boyd and...
  • Irvine council approves new housing project

    Irvine City Council members this week unanimously approved general plan amendment and zoning changes, clearing the way for a housing development to replace a closed school site. The William Lyon Homes project, which includes 55 detached, single-family...
  • State Denies Funding for OC Great Park

    State Denies Funding for OC Great Park
    IRVINE, Calif. -- The grand park that officials had promised would be built on a retired Marine base in the heart of Orange County was in jeopardy Wednesday after state officials ruled that $1.4 billion in property funds can't be spent to transform the...
  • Wu: Democracy, not the GOP, controls Costa Mesa

    Thomas Jefferson supposedly said, "Democracy is nothing more than mob rule, where 51% of the people may take away the rights of the other 49%." I am writing this to remind all the people in Costa Mesa, from all of the comments I see posted on the Daily...
  • O.C. officials who received ethics warning letters listed

     
    Forty Orange County elected officials received warning letters from the state ethics agency....
  • Plan calls for more than 10,000 homes at Great Park

     
    Thousands of new homes could be built along the perimeter of a former Marine base in Orange County that officials envision being turned into one of the nation’s great urban parks, according to a proposal being considered by city officials in Irvine....