Voice of OC is full of unanswered questions today.
Norberto Santana is still looking for the 75 county managers and executives who received raises while budgets were being slashed. And Adam Elmahrek is searching for Larry Agran’s backup plans for the Great Park.
One thing we do know is that the Orange County grand jury is impressed with how county social workers have performed during hard times.
Here are some other items of interest today in OC politics and government …
Tony Rackauckas wants OC to be first in line in the Toyota litigation.
Former OC Treasurer Chriss Street loses bid in court to clear his name.
FBI releases crime stats for OC.
OC law enforcement focuses on Vietnamese coffee houses.
Disney imposes a labor contract on hotel workers.
Frank Mickadeit hangs out with atheists.
Santa Ana battle with hotel owner intensifies.
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