Larry Agran

City of Irvine

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City Councilman and former mayor of Irvine, California; former Chair of the Orange County Great Park Corporation

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Governor Brown persuaded the Legislature to abolish local redevelopment agencies, so their $5 billion in taxes could go to public schools.

More Casualties in California's War over Public Money

Governor Brown persuaded the Legislature to abolish local redevelopment agencies, so their $5 billion in taxes could go to public schools.

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At  San Onofre , on the coast near the boundary of Orange and San Diego Counties, both nuclear generators have been shut down since January.

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At San Onofre , on the coast near the boundary of Orange and San Diego Counties, both nuclear generators have been shut down since January.

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