Thursday, Aug. 30, 2007 | Ask someone over in the City Attorney’s Office if Cory Briggs assisted Karen Heumann and the deputy city attorney who was handling the condo conversion case in drafting memos and briefs regarding the subject of the lawsuit (is an EIR required for Condo Conversions based on Cumulative Impacts). If they answer honestly, they will say, “yes.” In fact, Mike Aguirre offered Cory a position with the office during the pendency of the case (Cory was in Mike’s office talking about the case) and suggested that he be the city’s environmental attorney. Cory declined.

Is it not odd to have the opposition draft your memos and briefs, followed by a cash settlement to Cory, followed by a campaign contribution from Cory to Mike?

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