The 4th District Court of Appeal Tuesday killed the proposed sale of the Orange County Fairgrounds to a private company, ending a years-long effort by the state to sell the iconic property.
Here are stories by The Register and the Daily Pilot.
County supervisors will appoint an ad hoc committee of supervisors and county executives to study the county’s Human Resources Department in light of the performance auditor’s highly critical review of how the department operates. Labor leaders tried in vain to persuade the supervisors that a third-party review is needed.
Congresswoman Sanchez appears to have a better looking district after all.
San Juan voters say yes to new development.
Tension over new roles of county public guardian.
County wins court case to charge high fees for access to its maps.
Anaheim trims fire services to balance budget.
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