Most everyone enjoyed that extra hour of sleep on Sunday morning but OC Weekly editor-in-chief Gustavo Arellano put out this story at 5:17 AM with much glee under the standing column of OC Register Death Watch. From the piece: “Yesterday, multiple, trustworthy sources who requested anonymity told me the Register’s parent company planned to file…
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The construction of Orange County’s tallest building is now back on track. The California Fourth District Court of Appeals has ruled in favor to the City of Santa Ana and ordered Superior Court Judge Derek W. Hunt to vacate his ruling repealing revisions to the One Broadway Plaza Development Agreement.
Sad that the city would just cast aside the will of the voters to allow tax payer dollars to be used to bail out Mike Harrah.
I received the e-mail early this morning and felt this needed to be brought to the attention of people at once. So here we go, this is an e-mail from Vince Fregoso in the Santa Ana Planning Department. Apparently Mike Harrah is seeking “amdendments” to the Developer Agreement that was approved by the voters of Santa Ana in April of 2005.