Ian Anderson 2 p.m., Oct. 22
Developers and Trash Collectors Weigh In Big for Bill Horn
Freshly re-elected San Diego County Supervisor Bill Horn took in a total of $56,037.93 in campaign contributions during the first half of this year, according to his recently filed campaign disclosure statement .
After paying all the bills left over from last year's triumphant campaign, the committee, Re-elect Bill Horn Supervisor 2010, reported remaining total outstanding debts of $33,711.25 and a cash balance of $365.19 at the end of the reporting period.
Contributions came from an array of donors, including many with ties to the county's building, real estate, and development industry, including Stephen Doyle, president of Brookfield Homes; David Evans, a geologist with Geocon; Lance Waite, a principal with Integral Communities; Scott Brady of the Brady Company; Michael Madigan of Madigan Consulting; Carroll Whaler of H.G. Fenton; and Mark McMillin of the Corky McMillin Companies;
Waste pickup and processing related businesses were also solidly represented, with contributors including James Ambroso southern California area president of Allied Waste Services; Jeff Richie VP of EDCO Waste & Recycling Services; Steve South, EDCO president and CEO; Sandra Burr, EDCO vice chairman; and Judith Ware, president of Ware Disposal Co.
Much of the money raised was paid to Horn's campaign consultant, Tom Shepard & Associates.