Last week’s great drama in local politics — the dismantling of the Larry Agran/Beth Krom Monopoly of Malfeasance in Irvine — is bound to be the OC’s 2013’s Political Story of the Year. The stranglehold these two had on the Irvine City Council and the Great Park property they
seized annexed from the County of Orange is finished, unless they regain the Council and Park Board majority in 2014. Count on them to be candidate shopping now (in both parties) and raising plenty of money via Agran’s corrupt Hometown Voter Guide.
The Register ably covered the Council meeting and both Great Park Board meetings (good work by Kimberly Pierceall). In print today is a tepid editorial, First steps on Great Park’s new path, rehashing the three grand changes in the Park’s future. They concluded: Continue reading