So, how many Great Park consultants does it take to do a public-private partnership?
Our Adam Elmahrek went to the Great Park Board of Directors meeting Thursday and found that the board has not one, but two high-priced consultants to help it generate such partnerships. And that just some of the fun it is having with no-bid consulting contracts.
In other, non no-bid contract, news…
OC Weekly’s R. Scott Moxely looks at corruption at Newport Beach PD and lawsuit filed by detectives against department.
OC Watchdog delves into the world of red light cameras.
Orange County’s Homeland Security funding slashed.
Daily Pilot examines firefighter overtime in Newport Beach.
OCEA Chief Nick Berardino comes under fire for comments made at California Democratic convention.
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