Westminster man gets more than 8 years in prison for collecting child pornography

SANTA ANA – – A Westminster man was punished Monday to extra 8 years behind bars after amassing a collection of greater than 500,000 photos and 350 video clips of child pornography.

U.S. Area Court Cormac J. Carney bought Peter Henry Herz, 61, to serve 97 months in federal prison, and to pay $7,500 in restitution to one of the sufferers, inning accordance with an U.S. Lawyer’s Office statement.

Herz – – a former pianist and musical director for the Contest of the Masters in Laguna Coastline and staff accompanist in the movie theater division at Cal State Fullerton – – begged guilty earlier this year to a felony matter of having kid pornography.

Inning accordance with prosecutors, Herz was originally arrested and butted in 2009, after agents discovered still images and video clips showing child porn on digital gadgets he possessed. He was freed on bond, prosecutors said, however while awaiting test got new digital tools as well as acquired more kid porn.

In a sentencing brief sent to the court, Aide United States Attorney Mark Takla described Herz as a “showed risk to the community” whose collection of kid pornography was “remarkable in size as well as extent” and also “which would certainly have taken him years to gather.”

The judge ordered that after his prison term, Herz must spend the rest of his life on supervised release.

Riders on San Juan Capistrano’s new trolley take advantage of connections to Dana Point, Laguna Beach

What’s the best thing about San Juan Capistrano’s new summer trolley? Maybe it’s that T-R-O-L-L-E-Y spells freedom, whether you’re a local teenager too young to drive or you’re a visitor from Rancho Cucamonga weekending at Doheny State Beach in a motorhome.

“It’s a quick way to get places for free,” said Elle Peloso, a 15-year-old San Juan resident who rode the trolley from downtown to the Marriott Residence Inn on Saturday, June 10, so she and her friend Ashli Reichner could walk from there to Costco in Dana Point.

The two teens also had taken the trolley on Friday, June 9, its first day of operation. “We took it to Dana Point and then Dana Point to Laguna,” Ashli said. “We got gelatos and then we just came back.”

  • Riders take a spin on the free weekend trolley in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The program recently restarted its summer hours with an expanded route that links to Dana Point’s free trolley and subsequently Laguna Beach’s free trolley. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Riders take a spin on the free weekend trolley in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The program recently restarted its summer hours with an expanded route that links to Dana Point’s free trolley and subsequently Laguna Beach’s free trolley. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Aaliyah Holmes, 6, left, and her sister Jade 10, talk lunch locations with their dad Andre while riding the free weekend trolley in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The family from Orange rode the train down for the day. KFC was the decision. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Aaliyah Holmes, 6, left, and her sister Jade 10, talk lunch locations with their dad Andre while riding the free weekend trolley in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The family from Orange rode the train down for the day. KFC was the decision. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • The free weekend trolley prepares to pick up passengers at the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The program recently restarted its summer hours with an expanded route that links to Dana Point’s free trolley and subsequently Laguna Beach’s free trolley. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    The free weekend trolley prepares to pick up passengers at the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The program recently restarted its summer hours with an expanded route that links to Dana Point’s free trolley and subsequently Laguna Beach’s free trolley. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • The Luong family, of Irvine, waits for the free weekend trolley at the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. You can now connect to the Dana Point trolley route which connects to the Laguna trolley route. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    The Luong family, of Irvine, waits for the free weekend trolley at the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. You can now connect to the Dana Point trolley route which connects to the Laguna trolley route. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Residents look at the new route for the free weekend trolley at the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Residents look at the new route for the free weekend trolley at the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • The free weekend trolley heads towards the mission in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The program recently restarted its summer hours with an expanded route that links to Dana Point’s free trolley and subsequently Laguna Beach’s free trolley. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    The free weekend trolley heads towards the mission in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The program recently restarted its summer hours with an expanded route that links to Dana Point’s free trolley and subsequently Laguna Beach’s free trolley. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Riders take a spin on the free weekend trolley in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The program recently restarted its summer hours with an expanded route that links to Dana Point’s free trolley and subsequently Laguna Beach’s free trolley. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Riders take a spin on the free weekend trolley in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The program recently restarted its summer hours with an expanded route that links to Dana Point’s free trolley and subsequently Laguna Beach’s free trolley. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Ice-cream eating tourists walk by the free weekend trolley as it stops at the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. Residents and tourists alike can now connect to the Dana Point trolley route which connects to the Laguna trolley route. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Ice-cream eating tourists walk by the free weekend trolley as it stops at the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. Residents and tourists alike can now connect to the Dana Point trolley route which connects to the Laguna trolley route. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • The free weekend trolley rolls through San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. Residents and tourists alike can now connect to the Dana Point trolley route which connects to the Laguna trolley route. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    The free weekend trolley rolls through San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. Residents and tourists alike can now connect to the Dana Point trolley route which connects to the Laguna trolley route. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Jade Holmes 10, center, talks with her sister Aaliyah, 6, while riding the free weekend trolley with their dad Andre and little sister in San Juan Capistrano, CA Saturday, June 10, 2017. The family from Orange rode the train down for the day. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Jade Holmes 10, center, talks with her sister Aaliyah, 6, while riding the free weekend trolley with their dad Andre and little sister in San Juan Capistrano, CA Saturday, June 10, 2017. The family from Orange rode the train down for the day. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Riders take a spin on the free weekend trolley in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The program recently restarted its summer hours with an expanded route that links to Dana Point’s free trolley and subsequently Laguna Beach’s free trolley. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Riders take a spin on the free weekend trolley in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The program recently restarted its summer hours with an expanded route that links to Dana Point’s free trolley and subsequently Laguna Beach’s free trolley. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • A family of riders walk past the trolley they just got off next to the Mission in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The free weekend trolley service now connects the Mission and downtown tourist locations to the Dana Point and, subsequently, the Laguna trolley routes. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    A family of riders walk past the trolley they just got off next to the Mission in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The free weekend trolley service now connects the Mission and downtown tourist locations to the Dana Point and, subsequently, the Laguna trolley routes. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Riders get off the trolley as they head to Docent Brewing for lunch while spending the weekend in their RV in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. Residents and tourists alike can now connect to the Dana Point trolley route which connects to the Laguna trolley route. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Riders get off the trolley as they head to Docent Brewing for lunch while spending the weekend in their RV in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. Residents and tourists alike can now connect to the Dana Point trolley route which connects to the Laguna trolley route. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • The Luong family, of Irvine, boards the free weekend trolley service that just restarted its summer hours at the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    The Luong family, of Irvine, boards the free weekend trolley service that just restarted its summer hours at the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Tourists dance to the music while waiting for their train at the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Tourists dance to the music while waiting for their train at the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • The Los Rios Street tourist area in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The free weekend trolley service now connects the Mission and downtown tourist locations to the Dana Point and, subsequently, the Laguna trolley routes. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    The Los Rios Street tourist area in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The free weekend trolley service now connects the Mission and downtown tourist locations to the Dana Point and, subsequently, the Laguna trolley routes. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Pacific Coast Highway is seen from the Dana Point trolley in Dana Point, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The San Juan Capistrano Trolley connects to the Dana Point line. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Pacific Coast Highway is seen from the Dana Point trolley in Dana Point, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The San Juan Capistrano Trolley connects to the Dana Point line. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • The pedestrian bridge over PCH is seen from the Dana Point trolley in Dana Point, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    The pedestrian bridge over PCH is seen from the Dana Point trolley in Dana Point, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Lantern Bay Park is seen from the Dana Point trolley in Dana Point, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Lantern Bay Park is seen from the Dana Point trolley in Dana Point, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Bertha Rodriguez of Alhambra, at right, chats with a friend as they ride the free weekend trolley service in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Bertha Rodriguez of Alhambra, at right, chats with a friend as they ride the free weekend trolley service in San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Riders disembark from the Dana Point trolley in Dana Point, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Riders disembark from the Dana Point trolley in Dana Point, CA on Saturday, June 10, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

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Kourtney Prescher, a Rancho Cucamonga resident, found herself on the trolley while staying in the Doheny State Beach campground with her family in a motorhome. The trolley kept her from having to maneuver the motorhome around the area and find places to park it.

“We are going to Docent Brewery – for lunch!” she said.

The Preschers boarded Dana Point’s free summer trolley outside the campground and rode it to its connection with San Juan’s free summer trolley, which then whisked them to a stop at Camino Capistrano and Avenida Aeropuerto. From there they could walk to the brewery.

“It’s really a great deal,” Prescher said. “We’ll definitely use it again. I can’t believe they do this for free.”

Actually, it’s not free – it’s just free for riders. San Juan is able to operate two trolleys on a 20-minute loop between various downtown stops and the Dana Point connection because of grants from other agencies.

The summer trolley is costing taxpayers $154,000 – most of it from a $95,486 grant from the Orange County Transportation Authority, funded with a half-cent sales tax authorized by voters.

The South Coast Air Quality Management District is chipping in a $55,474 grant in the interest of helping keep more cars off the road. The city is providing the rest from its general fund.

San Juan’s trolley made its debut at 5 p.m. Friday, June 9, and will operate through Labor Day, Sept. 4. Hours are 5 to 10 p.m. Fridays, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturdays and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays, plus 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Independence Day and Labor Day.

“It’s actually quite a surprise, and it’s quite inviting,” said Bertha Rodriguez, an Alhambra resident who took Metrolink from Los Angeles to San Juan with a friend for the day on Saturday, June 10. “We actually leave the car at Union Station,” she said. “It’s a great time.”

Rodriguez discovered the trolley outside the station. She said she plans to use it on future visits too

“We want to go out to Dana Point maybe next week,” she said. “The driver is quite helpful. He gave us instructions on how to do that.”

Robbie Ladrillono of San Diego drove to San Juan and found a parking place beside the Mission Basilica San Juan Capistrano. He and his family began their day by visiting the historic Los Rios District. They saw the trolley sign and decided to go for a loop before choosing what to visit next.

Andre Holmes, from Orange, said he decided to take his three daughters – ages 10, 6 and almost 4 – on their first train ride, using a $10 day fare that Metrolink offers on weekends.

“The petting zoo has been my kids’ most favorite thing since we’ve been here,” Holmes said. “We are going to be down here about six hours. We might be going by the mission, do lunch, and then I saw the trolley and thought it would be a great way to show my girls around town. We’re just trolley-hopping, seeing what good places there are to eat, just taking the loop.”

The trolley also means new opportunities for riders like Carol Hamilton of Laguna Beach. She rode Laguna Beach’s free trolley into Dana Point for the day, connecting onto Dana Point’s free trolley to visit Dana Point Harbor. She had no intention of transferring onto San Juan’s trolley that day. She was on her way home.

Hamilton said she might just take it into San Juan another day.

“We were just talking about it,” she said. “We’ll probably do that this summer. There’s a really nice tea room there.”

Hamilton pointed out that the three cities’ trolleys not only provide transportation but help minimize summer congestion by keeping trolley riders’ cars off the streets.

“We’re all for these buses,” she said. “We’ve been residents in Laguna for 45 years and it’s easier to take the bus now. We can’t park. There’s times when we go to the post office and it would take me a half hour to drive back home just because I can’t get through the traffic.”

Early data indicated that 562 people rode San Juan’s two trolleys on opening weekend, more than double the number needed to meet minimum requirements for the OCTA’s grant, Assistant City Manager Jacob Green reported.

After nine years, Saddleback College president moving on

Tod Burnett will be stepping away from his position as President at Saddleback College to become executive vice chancellor at Brandman University in Irvine, starting Sept. 1. (Ed Crisostomo, File Photo)
Tod Burnett will be stepping away from his position as President at Saddleback College to become executive vice chancellor at Brandman University in Irvine, starting Sept. 1. (Ed Crisostomo, File Photo)

MISSION VIEJO After nine years of climate-shifting change as president of Saddleback College, Tod A. Burnett is off to his next administrative stop in the world of higher education.

Burnett, 54, will assume the role of executive vice chancellor at Brandman University in Irvine, starting Sept. 1. His last day with Saddleback College is June 30.

“We appreciate Dr. Burnett’s visionary leadership at Saddleback College and wish him all the best in his future endeavors,” Interim Chancellor Debra Fitzsimmons said in a release after Burnett’s announcement in September. “He set a high bar of greatness for Saddleback College and our district.”

During his nine years, Burnett changed Saddleback College from “sleepy college” to an educational hub for South Orange County in which the community could be proud by focusing on working together with staff and doing all he could to improve campus atmosphere.

“When I got here, this was a sleepy college,” Burnett said. “There wasn’t a big vision for where it was going.”

So Burnett started with that vision and made it a point to work collaboratively with faculty and the community to make improvements.

“Rather than being a last choice, we wanted to be thought of as a first choice,” Burnett said. “If we knew we were the first choice, we knew we had arrived, because then people are thinking about coming here first as opposed to an afterthought.”

In order to do that, he said, the institution had to improve its numbers on transfers and degrees as well as improving facilities and programs and being more engaged with the community and its schools.

“We looked at every single element of this campus and improved it,” he said.

He talked about “unleashing our employees” and allowing faculty and students to help each other instead of creating barriers – that way everyone participates in the success of the college.

Early on, Burnett made it a point to collaborate with faculty and do what he could to support what they needed in the classroom.

“I’m not here to correct faculty, I’m here to support faculty,” he said of his philosophy when he started. “They’re on the front line. They’re the ones that are teaching, they’re the ones running the programs, they’re it.”

Burnett classified himself as a nontraditional college president, noting he never taught a collegiate course or was part of a college faculty.

He came to Saddleback College by way of serving as vice chancellor of the California Community Colleges, the nation’s largest higher education system with 113 colleges and more than two million stuidents.

There, he oversaw the implementation of the system’s first strategic plan.

He’s also worked as commissioner for City of Los Angeles Public Works for four years and has also worked in the offices of the mayor of Los Angeles, the governor and the president. He was appointed by President George W. Bush as director of state and local government relations for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, serving under Administrator Christie Todd Whitman.

Those posts helped develop skills and knowledge in communication, infrastructure, budgets and raising resources. Those skills were not lost on local elected officials.

“Appointing Dr. Burnett as president in 2008 was the best thing our board ever did for students and our community,” Donald Wagner, now mayor of Irvine, said in the release. “I am in awe of Saddleback’s tremendous achievements over the past eight years under Dr. Burnett’s leadership.”

Burnett noted that when he started in 2008, the school handed out $200,000 in scholarships to 200 students. Now, the college has $800,000 annually in scholarships to approximately 500 students.

The school’s foundation has also grown, from an under-$600,000 endowment to now more than $12 million. He added Saddleback College has quadrupled its amount in received grants.

“While being nontraditional, those posts perfectly prepared me to be a president in a way other presidents don’t have,” Burnett said. “I was the only person who had that background.”

Through Burnett’s nine years of leadership, the college now boasts 3,000 degrees and more than 3,800 transfers per year. One of Burnett’s first projects included increasing the size of the school’s transfer center, which only had one computer when Burnett arrived.

But what Burnett takes most pride in is the success of the students, most notably the school’s student-athletes, as well as the start on updating facilities, such as a football stadium, which should be completed in two years, Burnett said.

“We made it a priority,” Burnett said of student services. “We created a transfer culture on campus and it started with creating a transfer center.”

Burnett will start his new post as executive vice chancellor at Brandman University Sept. 1, but not before some vacation time overseas, where he plans to visit Italy and Greece and take a cruise, something he said will be a first.

As for Saddleback College, the South Orange County Community College District announced June 12 that Denise Whittaker will serve as interim president while it continues its nationwide search for a permanent replacement.

Burnett said the new president can rest assured that he or she will be stepping into an institution that has an outstanding faculty, staff, community and student base.

“This is not a fixer.” Burnett said, “This is not a sleepy college anymore. It’s now successful, and I think you get to come in and lead the successes and keep it going. You can never communicate enough and build relationships with everyone possible. Be you. Be a leader.”

Trolley Hop has record turnout to kick off Dana Point’s free summer trolley service

DANA FACTOR At least 350 individuals joined the city’& rsquo; s third annual Cart Hop, an event that marked the very first day of the totally free summertime cart’& rsquo; s run this year.

Cyclists who acquired as well as provided a $10 Libre Tequila specialty cup had the ability to leave at each quit and also enjoy discounts on food as well as drinks at 17 taking part restaurants.

“Luxe was hopping,” stated Cindy Monroe, who runs Luxe Dining establishment & & Martini Bar in the Lantern Area. “Luxe underwent 20 bottle of Libre Tequila in 4 hours. The vibe at each area was very enjoyable.”

The hop, arranged by the Dana Point Light Area Alliance, highlighted 300 individuals last year.

This year extra cyclists were anticipated because Dana Point’s carts get in touch with free trolleys in surrounding Laguna Beach and also San Juan Capistrano.

“The Trolley Jump is a superb example of the area spirit personified by the homeowners of Dana Point,” & rdquo; claimed Mike Powers, chairman of the Dana Point Lantern District Partnership. “& ldquo; We encourage every person to take part commemorating our regional services and Dana Factor’& rsquo;

  • s intense future. & rdquo; Craft House on Pacific Coast Highway is participating in the Trolley Hop. (photo Wayne Phelps) Craft Residence on Pacific Coastline Freeway is taking part in the Trolley Hop.(photo Wayne Phelps)Specialty mugs available for $10 at participating restaurants. (Photo Cindy Monroe) Specialty mugs available for $10 at taking part restaurants.(Photo

  • Cindy Monroe)Luxe Restaurant & Martini Bar will sell the specialty mugs, too. (photo Wayne Phelps) Luxe Restaurant & Martini Bar will sell the specialty cups, as well.(photo Wayne Phelps)Program Caption of Expand Dining establishments taking part

  • this year consisted of, Boneyard Beach Café, Brio Tuscany Grille,Coffee Importers &, Craft Residence, Good Choice Sushi, Harbor Deli, Hennessey &

San Clemente homebuying dips: Here are the facts!

Homebuying in San Clemente in 2017’s preliminary 3 months can not equal a light countywide sales upswing.

Specifically just how did the neighborhood home market start the year? Using CoreLogic information, we contrasted homebuying patterns from January to March from this year as well as 2016.

Sales in San Clemente fell as 221 houses supplied in the past One Year vs. 223 a year back.

That’s a loss of 1 percent vs. a 3.5 percent gain countywide.

Location patterns in San Clemente from the record:

San Clemente POSTAL CODE 92672 — — — — 113 residences marketed in the most as much as day duration vs. 82 one year back. That’s a sales gain of 37.8 percent. Typical marketing price of $780,000 vs. $783,000 in 2015, a loss of 0.4 percent.

San Clemente ZIP 92673 — — — — 108 homes marketed in one of the most current period vs. 141 one year back. That’s a sales loss of 23.4 percent. Mean of $857,500 vs. $ 825,000 in 2014, a gain of 3.9 percent.

Along with right here are four countywide patterns to contemplate in the duration versus 2016:

1. By neighborhood, boost in 66 of 83 Orange Location POSTAL CODE; sales climbed in 50 ZIPs.

2. In the 27 least pricey ZIPs — — — — where the biggest mean residence price was $588,000 — — — — 2,423 houses marketed, up 5 percent. Sales raised in 70 percent of these ZIPs.

3. In the 27 most pricey ZIPs — — — — where the methods begin at $742,000 — — — — 2,630 homes sold, up 7.2 percent. Sales raised in 59 percent of these ZIPs.

4. Million-dollar ZIPs: 9 with 551 sales, up 13 percent vs. 10 million-dollar ZIPs a year ago.

DID YOU MISS OUT ON? 1-in-5 Orange Area residence sales tops $1 million