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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Flush Bill Horn

What to do with a county supervisor who really stinks

By CityBeat Staff
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- Illustration by Adam Vieyra

It’s time for Bill Horn to go. North County voters, you’ve kept the electricity flowing into Horn’s House of Horrors for far too long. The tenure of this four-term member of the County Board of Supervisors has been about helping well-heeled developers, feathering the nests of his friends and showing nothing but contempt for regular folks. He is the quintessential fat-cat politician, minus the cigar. To help you feel better about doing the right thing, we’ve loaded this issue with everything you need to know about Horn, plus a little something about the guy who should be the next District 5 supervisor.


Swept under the carpet: Tenants of Bill Horn’s apartments complain of vermin and filthy flooring


Funny money: LGBT activist says he didn’t donate money to Bill Horn—why do Horn’s records say he did?


He did what?!: A timeline of Bill Horn's shenanigans during his 15-plus years in office


Ladies and gents, Steve Gronke: Meet the best hope for taking Bill Horn down in 2010




 
 
 
 
 
 
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