For years the taxpayers of Irvine have been overpaying for fire services. To correct this inequity, there’s a deal on the table that would give back to Irvine $134.5 million over the next 17 years as long as it stays with the Orange County Fire Authority through 2030. Below is an excerpt from an Orange County Register article in which I’m mentioned:
The Irvine City Council tonight also is also expected to direct City Manager Sean Joyce to make a priority list for what Irvine could do with the reimbursement money.
Mayor Pro Tem Jeff Lalloway has said he wants the cash to go directly to taxpayers rather than remain in city coffers. Other council members criticized the suggestion, saying it would be too difficult to do.
To read the entire article, visit www.ocregister.com/articles/irvine-529914-city-ocfa.html. (OC Register subscribers only)
Read more here: Councilman Jeff Lalloway