Goleta Water Investigates Conflict-of-Interest Charges

Goleta Water District board president Jack Cunningham convened a special meeting on 12/20 to address conflict-of-interest accusations against the board’s legal counsel, attorney Chip Wullbrandt. Cunningham and fellow boardmember Harry De Witt put forward candidates to conduct the tutorial in hopes that the full board would vote to select outside counsel, but members of the public objected that the candidates were not experts on the subject of legal ethics.

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