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Supervisor’s Race is Too Close to Call

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  Two votes.  That’s what separates former state senator Lou Correa from Andrew Do in the race to replace Do’s boss, Janet Nguyen, in the first district supervisor’s race. County Supervisor First District, Short Term Completed Precincts: 101 of 101   Vote Count Percentage ANDREW DO 16,202 39.0% LOU CORREA 16,200 39.0% CHRIS PHAN 6,765…

OC Weekly Death Watch: the Paper is For Sale

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Move over OC Register.  Aaron Kushner’s local paper is not the only local media outlet in distress.  The OC Weekly is up for sale according to this post on the paper’s Navel Gazing site. Here’s the press release about the outfit hired to sell the paper: Dirks, Van Essen & Murray Engaged to Explore Options…

Today is Election Day in the First District

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Today is Election Day in central Orange County to replace First District Supervisor Janet Nguyen who in December moved on to Sacramento as the 34th District State Senator. The election is likely to be a very low turnout election, around 20 percent of registered voters. Polls will be open, in the district which stretches from Santa Ana westward into Garden Grove, Westminster, Midway City, and Fountain Valley, from 7 am to 8 pm.

Was Righeimer Kicked Off the OCTA Board?

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Cotsa Mesa Council member and former Mayor Jim Righeimer was appointed to the OCTA Board last November, but when it was discovered by the County of Orange that OCTA staff had violated the Brown Act, the results of the November action were cancelled.  With new mayors sworn in and a new vote scheduled last week,…