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Thursday, June 18, 2009

Carole Migden Moving to Potrero Hill?

Posted By on Thu, Jun 18, 2009 at 3:30 PM

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Carole Migden with another misunderstood public figure

We got a tip from a reliable source that Carole Migden is making an offer on a home in Potrero Hill -- which, not so coincidentally, is in supervisorial District 10. It has been long speculated that Migden, who lost her state senate seat to Mark Leno last year, plans to run for the D-10 supe slot next year.

We sent an e-mail to her aide-for-life, Michael Colbruno, and ran the info by him. We're still waiting to hear back. Speaking of Colbruno, a PAC he's treasurer for recently gave $100,000 to Migden's legal defense fund to help her pay off attorney fees she still owes from her costly squabble with the Fair Political Practices Commission.

Migden is currently making more than $132,000 yearly as a political appointee to the California Integrated Waste Management Board, a job that seems perfect for the cranky-pants pol. Think about it -- she gets to talk trash all the time.


P.S. To make this more clear for readers who are not political junkies, Migden currently lives in another supe district that's already spoken for.

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