Friday, June 12, 2015
"The legislation, which now goes to the governor, would bar elected water board members throughout California from accepting campaign contributions of more than $250 from donors with business pending before their boards," the Los Angeles Times reported.
"Tom Calderon once worked as a consultant to the Central Basin Municipal Water District and earned $12,000 a month, according to [court testimony]. Allegations…claim his contract was paid through a $2.75 million secret slush fund created by the district," the report said.
California Lawmakers Take Aim At Water Board Corruption
Posted by The Star-Telegraph at Friday, June 12, 2015