Thursday, July 2, 2015


Judge orders former Irvine mayor Larry Agran to testify about Great Park (OC Reg)
An Orange County Superior Court judge has ordered former Irvine mayor Larry Agran to answer questions about any quid pro quo arrangements with Great Park contractors or consultants....

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

He used to be a good guy. What happened?

Anonymous said...

He was never a good guy...a real political hack out for himself.

Roy Bauer said...

3:54, many of Agran's long-time friends (I know some of them) have been asking the same question. Some former allies (lefties) have become enemies, of course. Chris Mears, for example.

Anonymous said...

There's no evidence that Agran has profited in any way personally from the park project. If not for him, there would be an international airport there. Keep some perspective.

Roy Bauer said...

5:37, fallacies are not a worthwhile "perspective." The chief complaint about Agran is not that he "personally" profited from the project; it is, rather, that he oversaw a project that spent an enormous sum of taxpayer money while having little to show for it. Further, some of the people that Agran partnered with qua Great Park overseer are profoundly notorious and morally corrupt. See our posts (start here) about Forde. Forde's firm received enormous sums for years providing PR for the Great Park. What on Earth was all that money spent on? Advertising balloon rides?

Anonymous said...

According to a recent report in the OC Register, the balloon rides cost $1 million dollars per year to operate. Why not spend $1 million per year on developing the site of the (NOT SO) Great Park. Visit sometime and you will ask yourself "where where the hundreds of millions of $$$$ spent over the past 10 years?

Anonymous said...

Maybe Larry bypassed the process like D Oaks.

Half-staff: ten days and counting.

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