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Larry Agran

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  • 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...
  • Irvine approves bonuses for all city employees

    IRVINE — A divided City Council has approved $450,000 in bonuses for city employees. The council awarded $500 to each full-time employee, $250 to part-time employees with more than 10 hours per week on the clock, and $100 to part-time employees who...
  • High school might come to Great Park

    IRVINE — A high school may replace a planned residential project in the Great Park by 2017, according to city documents. Council members agreed to consider relocating an approved 40-acre high school from Irvine Boulevard, about half a mile from the...
  • 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...
  • Irvine council approves letter for safety, licensing

    The Irvine City Council approved an advocacy letter this week lending its support to increased safety regulation and licensing measures surrounding the reopening of San Onofre. The letter to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission(NRC) called for new...