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— San Diego's city ethics commissioners and staff have filed their annual statements of economic interest for 2005, revealing a raft of gifts. Executive director Stacey Fulhorst reports getting "2 invites to a party" from San Diego Magazine in February that she said were worth $300. Criterion Co., a New York firm whose business activity is listed as "film production & distribution," gave $75 for an April dinner, and San Diego lawyer Jeffrey Krinsk paid $325 for "Padres ticket & pkg" in September. Commissioner Charles H. Dick, Jr., a lawyer at Baker & McKenzie, got "Dinner and Tix to Wins" worth $194 in October. The giver was Virginia C. Nelson, another attorney. Lawyer Robert Teaff kicked in a "Wine Gift" worth $15 in December. Commissioner Guillermo Cabrera, another lawyer, got a $56 ticket to California Adventure from the Walt Disney Company in October. San Diego Magazine provided him with two tickets to February's "50 to Watch Party," which he valued at $140. Real estate agent Darren Schneider gave a $250 Home Depot gift certificate.

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