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Mar182019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Southern California): "Irvine Mayor Don Wagner declares victory in Orange County supervisor special election"; "Consumer advocate calls on attorney general to investigate L.A. City Attorney's office"; "Fault Lines Emerge in Push to Connect Airport to Trolley"; "Judge will decide in April whether former Centinela Valley superintendent should stand trial on corruption charges" .  

***Various items relating to local issues/local government, in and/or around Southern California....

* Daily News:  "Consumer advocate calls on attorney general to investigate L.A. City Attorney's office"

* Orange County Register:  "Irvine Mayor Don Wagner declares victory in Orange County supervisor special election"

* Voice of San Diego:  "Fault Lines Emerge in Push to Connect Airport to Trolley" - "At SANDAG's retreat last week, officials clashed over whether the 'San Diego Grand Central' concept is the best way to get people to and from the airport."

* Daily Breeze:  "Judge will decide in April whether former Centinela Valley superintendent should stand trial on corouption charges" - "A second hiatus in Jose Fernandez's lengthy preliminary hearing was granted Thursday."