Fountain Valley’s Long Pham, who ran for the 72nd Assembly seat in 2012, won’t take no for an answer from the Orange County Registrar of Voters. He’s sent the above letter (image taken from Facebook) to the only Attorney General the California’s ever had who was more miserable than Jerry Brown, complaining that his recall of 1st District Supervisor, FBI suspect and SD34 candidate Janet Nguyen was properly served to her at the September 30th OC Board of Supervisors meeting. Pham references the Board video here. Our initial coverage is here.
OC Business Journal just revealed the next step in News Boy’s demise. Their lead,
The owners of the Orange County Register have relisted for sale 14.3 acres of land that surrounds the company’s headquarters in Santa Ana. Freedom Communications Inc. is hoping to make $45 million or more on the land sale, which follows last month’s $27 million sale of the paper’s 173,000-square-foot office at 625 N. Grand Avenue.
Santa Ana Developer Mike Harrah has recently bought the Register’s building and is expected to bid on the land as well.
When/if this transaction goes thru, there’s no word on what Kushner would do with the cash — hopefully, he’ll pay his delivery people — we’ve seen all of ONE paper here in the last seven calendar days.
As we offered in June, the OC Register has jumped the shark. Aaron Kushner’s dwindling operation can not actually deliver the product.
As we reported in September, the Times decided to stop distributing the now-defunct Los Angeles Register and the OC edition because of the unpaid bills…Today…the Times spelled out in exacting detail their claims against Kushner: that he owes them at least $3.5 million in unpaid bills, that the Kush is violating the contract that he had with the Times by having the Register distributed by another carrier, and that they want their money–or else.
R. Scott’s article has a detailed statement from the Times. Continue reading