SAN DIEGO (CNS) - An architect who serves on the city of San Diego's Planning Commission has been fined $3,000 for failing to disclose the names of clients who paid his firm $10,000 or more, the city's Ethics Commission announced Friday.
Timothy Golba, the Planning Commission's vice chairman, reported the income he received from the clients but did not list their names on Statements of Economic Interest filed between 2008-10, according to the commission.
Golba, who runs an award-winning firm in Pacific Beach, recused himself from items in which his clients were involved during those times, according to the commission.
The Ethics Commission also fined the Downtown San Diego Partnership, a nonprofit that advocates for economic development, $500 for filing a quarterly lobbying disclosure report five weeks late last fall.
The fine money will go into the city's general fund.
Teachers in the Solana Beach School District, who have been without contracts for months, on Thursday pushed for new contracts, but the district is not backing down.
A Ramona man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of stealing tip jars from a half-dozen Poway businesses.
People who take their pets to Del Mar's dog beach wanted to know who planted the incredible garden there.
Local first-responders who put their lives on the line to help victims of the deadly Montecito mudslides were back home Thursday.
A man accused of stabbing a woman to death near an Encanto Park made his first court appearance Thursday.
The San Diego Blood Bank Thursday solicited donations through the end of the month in honor of Father Joe Carroll, who will undergo surgery Feb. 1 due to complications with diabetes.
If you need ideas to help you keep that New Year's resolution going head to Santee for an active lifestyle expo and race this Saturday.
A new construction phase begins for the Mid-Coast Trolley. The Mid-Coast Trolley is an 11-mile extension of the San Diego Trolley Blue Line with service from Santa Fe Depot in downtown San Diego to UC San Diego and University City.