John Peschong, left, talking here with supporter Bronco Rudnick at Peschong’s primary election night party in Paso Robles, says he will recuse himself from voting on the Phillips 66 oil-by-rail project in Nipomo because of work his firm has done for the oil company.
John Peschong, left, talking here with supporter Bronco Rudnick at Peschong’s primary election night party in Paso Robles, says he will recuse himself from voting on the Phillips 66 oil-by-rail project in Nipomo because of work his firm has done for the oil company. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
John Peschong, left, talking here with supporter Bronco Rudnick at Peschong’s primary election night party in Paso Robles, says he will recuse himself from voting on the Phillips 66 oil-by-rail project in Nipomo because of work his firm has done for the oil company. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com