It’s been nearly nine months since Santa Ana City Attorney Joe Fletcher resigned. And it’s been a month since the city made an offer to its preferred candidate to replace him. But there’s still no city attorney in Santa Ana.
However, while the city may be having a hard time filling its top jobs, the Santa Ana City Council finally got something right when it comes to the Brown Act.
In other news …
OC Register columnist Frank Mickadeit writes about the last days of former OC GOP Chairman Tom Fuentes.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich to speak at the Nixon Library.
California redistricting avoids political battles among GOP incumbents.
Assembly Speaker John Perez forms task force to review government secrecy.
Irvine 11 trial delayed.
The New York Times on Darrell Issa.
OC Weekly on Day Three of the John Chamberlain murder trial.
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