Orange County Is Looking Green Around The GillsNanette Byrnes
It already is shaping up as one of the most expensive man-made disasters in history. At $2 billion and counting, the investment losses suffered by the funds managed by Orange County Treasurer Robert Citron threaten to devastate services in one of America's wealthiest counties. There won't be many new miles of its litter-free highways for a while, and there's talk that some of the nation's poshest public schools may close their doors earlier than usual this spring.
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