Ethics Refers 13 groups for overdue finesPosted: 02/12/2011
Johnny Wang, providing political consultant services under the name JKW Political Consulting, $4,000 settled stipulation for seven violations of failing to report his work as a campaign consultant from 2007 to 2010. By the SF Ethics Commission. Dec 13, 2010
Glendon “Anna Conda” Hyde, $150, Dec. 13, 2010 for failing to include “paid by” on an ad in the Central City Extra in a campaign for District 6 supervisor in 2010.
Dean Clark, $76, December 13, for failing to include “paid by” on an ad in the Central City Extra in a campaign for District 6 supervisor in 2010.
John Rahaim, Planning Director, $1,000 on July 12 for accepting free rent for one month valued at $2,200 by Rahaim while the ceiling on gifts from a single source was $390 in 2008. The free rent was provided by the father of an employee in Rahaim’s department. Mitigation factor was that he needed a place to live after a fire made his city-provided housing uninhabitable and he was in personal crisis.
Ethics reports that it has referred to collections 13 campaigns for delinquent payment of fines and penalties for a total of $22,022, dating from 2006 through 2010. Included: Bill Barnes for Supervisor (2008 with current balance reported of $1041.00), Care Not Cash (2008 for $5,331 with $2,731.00 remaining). The largest debt is Manuel Valle for Treasurer, 2007, for $5,525.00 (last updated February 2011)