Today we come with part two of our series on Orange County’s parkland disparity. David Washburn looks at a neighborhood in Santa Ana that is almost entirely lacking in open space.

In other news …

OC Transportation Agency adopts its annual budget.

Both The Register and Daily Pilot report on Costa Mesa Councilman Steven Mensinger’s home being vandalized.

County redistricting drama continues to play out.

OC grand jury also finds that special districts are spending tons of tax dollars with little or no oversight.

OC grand jury looks into prescription drug abuse among seniors.

In more senior news …

OC Weekly’s Nick Schou has an interesting take on a group of seniors at Laguna Woods who wanted to organize a marijuana collective but were thrawted by their homeowners association.

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