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Chomyn, a technology account executive and Irvine resident for 25 years, prioritized the Veterans’ cemetery and memorial park in the Great Park. Chomyn also advocates for district elections, the disbandment of the OCPA and relocating the asphalt plant. “There’s no transparency in reporting from the city about OCPA,” Chomyn said. “We put in $7 million of our taxpayers’ money to get this started, and we want to see the books.” (Aya Takase-Songui)

Tom Chomyn

Chomyn, a technology account executive and Irvine resident for 25 years, prioritized the Veterans’ cemetery and memorial park in the Great Park. Chomyn also advocates for district elections, the disbandment of the OCPA and relocating the asphalt plant.

“There’s no transparency in reporting from the city about OCPA,” Chomyn said. “We put in $7 million of our taxpayers’ money to get this started, and we want to see the books.”

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