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Great Park Politics

  • Aired: 10/19/2012
  • 06:55
  • Rating: NR
Irvine's ambitious plans to turn the former El Toro Marine base into a recreational and residential attraction is badly short of cash. Now the city's home builder partner is offering a $211 million plan to jump-start the park, but is meeting with resistance from the city council. Is this less about a park and more about politics? David Nazar reports.
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Real Estate developer leading charge to ramp up construction at the Great Park.
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Automobile Club of Southern California, City National Bank, Gemini Industries, FivePoint Communities, Snell & Wilmer, LLP., UC Irvine


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