San Diego police are on the lookout to buy some heavy duty high-tech laser guns made by Applied Concepts of Plano, Texas, maker of the Stalker line of speed detectors.
Another local lobbyist has signed on with marijuana boosters. The Atlantis Group, run by ex–Jerry Sanders aide Marcela Escobar-Eck, is working for San Diego Health and Wellness, a “medical marijuana consumer cooperative” regarding “matters relating to project entitlements for a project at 5125 Convoy Street,” according to a June 2 disclosure filing.
Source: Of cops and marijuana San Diego Reader
random comment: monaghan June 11, 2015 @ 4:28 p.m.
Ms. Escobar-Eck, known as an ex-Sanders administration city employee who okayed the too-tall Sunroad building that had to have its top floor lopped off for exceeding the height limit, has lucrative private clients these days, including controversial One Paseo developers and La Jolla real estate owners who hope to bypass requirements of the La Jolla Planned District Ordinance to keep retail shops on ground floors rather than brokerage offices.