The face of the Orange County Transit Authority is changing as 10 of the 19 officials serving on the board of the District are being replaced, and it appears to be a good time to air grievances.

Orange County Supervisors, along with Chairman John Moorlach, have become more openly critical of how the OCTA is operating. Among their complaints are decisions made in conflict to staff recommendations, Brown Act violations, and personnel appointments.

Frustrations have been mounting as the OCTA has become more fractionalized, and cliques drive major decisions. The symptoms may become even more severe, as nine of the 10 new members on the board will come from city councils.

Read the full article at the Voice of the OC.