LOS ANGELES -- Orange County, Calif., officials are considering selling dozens of county assets, including John Wayne Airport, to help offset a $2.02 billion loss on their battered investment pool.

The asset sales were suggested yesterday and Tuesday by several county supervisors following last week's flurry of closed-door meetings. Two meetings were canceled this week for lack of business, allowing officials more time to air their concerns publicly.

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