The Orange County Board of Supervisors is set to allocate $50,000 to enhance the Orange County Tourism Council’s website, with options to renew the one-year contract for two more years.

The contract raised the eyebrows of OC Weekly’s R. Scott Moxley. The tourism council includes politically connected officials from Disneyland, corporate lobbying firms and resort hotels, according to Moxley.

Santa Ana City Council members are scheduled to meet for a special closed session Monday to discuss labor negotiations. The city is facing a projected $30-million budget deficit and was down to about $300,000 in the bank with no reserves as of Sept. 30. It is largely recognized that city solvency hinges on negotiations with the city’s public safety unions.

Orange County Board of Supervisors, Tuesday, Oct. 25

Closed Session

  • Potential litigation involving one case.
  • Existing litigation involving one case: James Kubeck v. California Department of Transportation, et al.

Santa Ana City Council Special Closed Session, Monday, Oct. 24

  • Labor negotiations.
  • Appointment of a new city attorney.

Anaheim City Council, Tuesday, Oct. 25

Irvine City Council, Tuesday, Oct. 25

Closed Session

  • Considering litigation involving plans to expand Musick Jail and the California Department of Finance’s denial of Irvine’s appeal of an opt-in amount to keep the city’s redevelopment agency.

Newport Beach City Council, Tuesday, Oct. 25

Closed Session

  • Litigation involving the following cases: Pacific Shores Properties LLC v. Newport Beach; Newport Coast Recovery v. Newport Beach; Banning Ranch Conservancy v. Newport Beach.
  • Anticipated litigation involving three unidentified matters.
  • Labor negotiations.

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