"This is basically a wonderful report. It's good news. A park will work. People deserve to know about it," said Agran. "Why should the taxpayers not see the study? They paid for it."
Although almost certainly unintended, the Times' hit piece on Agran reinforces the Weekly's controversial July 1999 cover story. We opined at the time that close ties between anti-airport leaders and their developer opponents raise "reasonable concerns about future loyalties in the fight over El Toro." Thanks to Pasco, those concerns are now more apparent than ever.