PBS SoCal’s David Nazar and Nick Gerda continue to find more coaches involved in an alleged kickback scheme orchestrated by the former owner of a now defunct sports apparel and equipment company.
We’ve got their latest dispatch.
In other news…
Our Adam Elmahrek previews this week’s Irvine City Council meeting where Councilman Jeff Lalloway will propose a ban on registered sex offenders in parks similar to the one the Orange County Supervisors passed last month.
The Register’s Kimberly Edds reports on the new addition to the fifth floor of the Orange County Hall of Administration: Supervisor Janet Nguyen’s baby boy, Tommy.
The Register also reports on District Attorney Tony Rackauckas hitting Capistrano Unified School District for its repeated violations of open meetings laws.
The Register’s Martin Wisckol writes about the county’s new audit system for elections that could make recounts even rarer than they already are.
The Daily Pilot looks at John Wayne Airport’s $30 million electricity generator.
Both the Daily Pilot and the Register report on the Orange County Employees Association’s latest in Costa Mesa. As part of a new campaign it dubs “Waste Watchers,” OCEA dings the City Council for buying expensive nameplates.
Newport Beach City Council holds a study session Tuesday to look at $9.2 million in cuts for the next fiscal year budget. The LA Times’ OC Now section has this report.
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