Santa Ana Mayor Miguel Pulido again draws questions about a business relationship. This time it’s with a green energy entrepreneur who has been accused in lawsuits of being a scam artist and who embarked on a failed project with Anaheim. Read part two of our series here.
Costa Mesa employees, tired of waiting for the Costa Mesa City Council to rescind their layoff notices, file suit in hopes that a judge will.
And then there was Gov. Jerry Brown’s May revise…
State revenues higher than expected.
Gov. Brown works on GOP to extend taxes.
Gov. Brown adds $3 billion to schools.
School districts urged to stick with pink slips.
Register columnist urges activism on closing proposal for state parks.
And if the state budget is not enough for you, Orange County unveiled its budget.
And if both the state and county budgets aren’t enough for you, here is some other news…
State workers got huge payouts for unused leave.
Court decision could force local pension systems to reveal names and payouts for public pensioneers.
U.S. Forest Service reopens 98K acres of land in the Angeles National Forest, closed over the last two years since the Station fire.
Laguna Beach city officials target of lawsuit from family of man shot by police.
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