Orange County Supervisor Bill Campbell promised District Attorney Tony Rackauckas a vote this week on whether he and his employees could move into a new office building instead of remaining scattered across several county facilities.
Yet on Tuesday, that didn’t happen.
If anything, the debate went dark by moving into closed session. Word coming from the closed session was that supervisors were delaying action on the item until next week.
Delays have characterized this issue from the start. Earlier this month, Rackauckas came to the meeting urging action but accepted a delay.
The DA staffers have been working in temporary quarters since late last year, when an elevator at their 900 Broadway building failed.
— NORBERTO SANTANA JR.
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