Tag Archive for HSNO

Irvine Star Chamber calls for New Transparency Ballot Measure While Operating in Secret

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To say that Irvine City Council member Jeff Lalloway is shameless at times can be a serious understatement.  Lalloway is proposing a new transparency ballot measure for the Great Park operations for the November election when he and Council member Christina Shea have been anything but transparent in the management of the Forensic Audit and…

Great Park Auditor delivers one unnecessary subpoena

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We’ve said all along, the forensic audit for the Great Park is a taxpayer-funded political witch hunt orchestrated by Council Republicans and today’s OC Register offers more proof. The public affairs firm of Forde & Mollrich was subpoenaed for records that they have already provided the city of Irvine and the Great Park Corp.  But…

Great Park Forensic Auditor Wants Another Contract

Christina Shea

HSNO, the forensic auditor that seems incapable of asking written questions to various Great Park contractors, is seeking a new $400,000 contractor for Phase II of the Forensic Audit of the Great Park and subpoena power to compel questions from key Great Park contractors. This is firm that could not complete the original contract on…

Great Park Forensic Audit; Politics Over Substance

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I’ll say this to Council member Christina Shea and Jeff Lalloway: mission accomplished. The forensic auditor delivered exactly the sort of document you wanted for the upcoming November elections. It’s loaded with the sort of editorial comment against Larry Agran you sought and charges of non-cooperation against Great Park contractors and it republished a bunch of numbers that have been covered in the multiple compliance audits already.

Great Park Foresnic Auditor Still Hasn’t Submitted Questions in Writing to Contractor

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We reported that the auditor for the Great Park Foresnic Audit, HSNO of Costa Mesa, has failed to provided timely reports on the status of their promised four-month contract and received an extension of nearly two-and-a-half months because they didn’t contract the Park’s two largest contractors until a week before the report was due.  TheLiberalOC…