AirTalk for October 2, 2013

OC Journalists Roundtable: San Onofre decommissioning, the politics of Angel Stadium and more

Baltimore Orioles v Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

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General view of the exterior main entrance of Angel Stadium of Anaheim

Larry is joined by Orange County journalists who will round up the latest news concerning OC residents, including the future of the San Onofre nuclear plant that closed in July and once powered 1.4 million homes in Southern California.

We’ll also discuss a challenge to a zoning ordinance in Newport Beach that drove group homes for recovering addicts out of the city. The challengers to the 2008 law say it was a case of illegal discrimination.

And we’ll talk about a law requiring registered sex offenders in Orange County to post signs on their lawns at Halloween that opponents say is unconstitutional. We’ll also take a look at the long awaited arrival of homes in Great Park, the Angels stadium lease, the reigning in of Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait by city council members and more.

Guests:

Ed Joyce,  Orange County Reporter, KPCC

Teri Sforza, Watchdog Columist, OC Register

Nick Gerda, Reporter, Voice of OC


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