Contact is a community-inspired effort to eradicate the Hotelier Cabal from San Diego’s civic landscape once and for all. The effort is being led by San Diego native George Mullen – Mullen Biography. welcomes all feedback and communication, especially from those who disagree with the positions taken here. Specifically, for those of you who do not believe the hoteliers are responsible for our multiple recent civic disasters; for those of you who do not believe there is a highly destructive Hotelier Cabal at work in San Diego; and for those of you who do not believe our current Mayor is a puppet of the hoteliers, we challenge YOU to logically refute the evidence presented herein. This being said, we are not interested in unsubstantiated opinions or hearsay – so please provide verifiable facts and evidence to support your case. If persuasive, and backed by sound facts, we will be pleased to change our positions.

Likewise, if you have information about questionable Hotelier Cabal activities you would like to reveal, please forward to us, so long as said information is not proprietary or confidential. If deemed relevant, we will either publicize said information or forward to the U.S. ATTORNEY’S OFFICE for review. (For proprietary or confidential information you wish to reveal, please contact the U.S. ATTORNEY’S OFFICE directly – referencing “San Diego’s Hotelier Cabal Matter”.)

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Contact City Officials

If you would like to contact San Diego’s elected city officials about the Hotelier Cabal, here is their contact information:

Mayor’s Office

Mayor Kevin Faulconer:
Mayor’s Chief of Staff, Stephen Puetz:
Mayor’s Deputy Chief of Staff, Felipe Monroig:

City Council

Council President Sherri Lightner (District 1):
Councilmember Lorie Zapf (District 2):

Councilmember Todd Gloria (District 3):
Councilmember Myrtle Cole (District 4):
Councilmember Mark Kersey (District 5):
Councilmember Chris Cate (District 6):
Councilmember Scott Sherman (District 7):
Councilmember David Alvarez (District 8):
Councilmember Marti Emerald (District 9):

City Attorney

City Attorney Jan Goldsmith: