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City of Santa Ana: Not Investigating Bustamante | The Liberal OC

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There’s no evidence that Bustamante’s county job and the investigation by the county constitutes a violation of the city’s code of ethics. If the county fires Bustamante pending the results of their investigation, its hard to pin down a reason for the city council to call for his resignation from the council. If Bustamante is fired, a resignation is appropriate to allow him the time needed to repair his personal and professional reputation.

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