John Mack spoke before the Arroyo Grande City Council on Nov. 10, saying he had not violated state conflict of interest standards by voting on a Courtland Street development blocks away from a house he formerly owned.
John Mack spoke before the Arroyo Grande City Council on Nov. 10, saying he had not violated state conflict of interest standards by voting on a Courtland Street development blocks away from a house he formerly owned. Kaytlyn Leslie kleslie@thetribunenews.com
John Mack spoke before the Arroyo Grande City Council on Nov. 10, saying he had not violated state conflict of interest standards by voting on a Courtland Street development blocks away from a house he formerly owned. Kaytlyn Leslie kleslie@thetribunenews.com