In 2002 the residents of Orange County, Calif., passed a measure to kill plans for the development of the El Toro Airport and instead voted to turn a huge swath of land from the decommissioned Air Force base into a central park and nature preserve. From that, the O.C. Great Park was born, billed by the Irvine City Council as the country's next great urban park -- one that will rival New York's Central Park. Fast forward 10 years and only 200 of the 1300 acres have been developed. Roughly $200 million has been spent, and many are now asking, "Where has all the money gone?" Has the O.C. Great Park turned into a great disappointment?
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