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Taxpayers are footing the bill for supervisors’ bad decisions

SACRAMENTO — Perhaps Orange County Supervisor Todd Spitzer ought to consider writing a check for $121,396 to reimburse county taxpayers for fees the county incurred in fighting the release of public records related to the well-known “Wahoo’s incident.” He probably should pay more, given the county time and resources used to deal with an embarrassing […]
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