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Morning Report: Ex-City Real Estate Guru Pleads Guilty
Ex-city real estate adviser Jason Hughes pleaded guilty Thursday to a single violation of a state conflict-of-interest law and agreed to pay the city $9.4 million, the amount the city’s ex-101 Ash St. landlord paid him years ago for his…
Morning Report: Ex-City Real Estate Adviser Faces Criminal Charge
Former city real estate adviser Jason Hughes has a court date this morning. Plus: Sidewalk vending regulations could be coming to Escondido.
Ex-City Real Estate Adviser Expected to Plead Guilty to Misdemeanor Conflict of Interest
The District Attorney’s Office expects former city real estate adviser Jason Hughes, once publicly considered a volunteer, to plead guilty to a misdemeanor conflict-of-interest charge over $9.4 million in previously-secret payments from the city’s ex-landlord for his work on two…
Morning Report: Council Set to Vote on $9.4 Million Ash Settlement
The city is eyeing an often-forgotten parking lot in Balboa Park as a potential campsite for unsheltered residents as part of an initiative to crack down on homeless camps elsewhere in the city.
City Likely to Settle with Ex-Real Estate Adviser For $9.4M
The City Council will vote Wednesday on a proposed settlement calling for ex-real estate adviser to pay back the $9.4 million he received from the city’s ex-landlord.