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November 3, 2017 -- Santa Monica City Council members eared income from a variety of sources in 2016 -- from running their own consulting firms and working for Fortune 500 companies to owning stocks.

Except for Tony Vazquez the six other council members listed the range and source of their earnings, stock holdings and gifts, including travel.

Vazquez -- who is a candidate for the Board of Equalization in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties -- said he had mistakenly reported no earnings on his Statement of Economic Interest (SEI). The board administers and collects state tax fees.

Following is the information listed in the SEI forms filed by the six other candidates.

Gleam Davis

Councilmember Gleam Davis reported earning income of more than $100,000 as a general counsel for AT&T. She also reported that her husband earned more than $100,000 from Dell.

In addition, she listed stocks in AT&T with a fair market value in the range of $10,001 and $100,000.

Davis listed a $1,054 gift from Unite HERE Local 11 (the hotel and restaurant workers union) for a speech she made in Toronto last year.

Sue Himmelrich

Himmelrich listed two main sources of income.

As legal counsel for the Westren Center on Law and Poverty, a non-profit legal service firm, she made between $10,000 to $100,000.

She also listed her husband's earning as a partner in the law firm Munger, Tolles & Olson, where he made more than $100,000.

Himmelrich listed stocks in Baxter International, a healthcare company, and Biogen IDEC, a biotechnology company, each with a market value of between $2,000 and $10,000.

Kevin McKeown

McKeown listed EdTech Support, an educational technology consulting firm he owns, as his main source of income, which was between $10,001 and $100,000.

He also listed the fair market value of the firm as between $2,000 and $10,000.

KcKeown listed the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District as the main source of income for his consulting company.

Pam O'Connor

O'Connor listed her planning consulting firm as her main source of income, which was between $10,001 and $100,000.

She listed the Santa Monica architecture firm Kaplan Chen Kaplan as the source of $10,000 or more in income.

Terry O'Day

As vice president of EVgo Services LLC, which provides electric car charging services, O'Day earned more han $100,000.

His wife made between $10,001 and $100,000 as manager of Autism Bahavior Intervention, Inc.

O'Day also listed owning stocks in NRG Energy, a diversified electricity business, with a market value of between $10,001 and $100,000.

O'Day listed a gift of $3,047.78 from the Southern California Associated Governments to cover travel fees for speeches, panels and a study tour of traffic planning projects in London and Milan.

Ted Winterer

Winterer listed Maser Enterprises, a real estate sales firm in Marina del Rey, as his main source of income. He earned between $10,001 and $100,000 in "marketing and office management."

His wife made between $1,001 and $10,000 in income from Beck Taylor Design, which does residential design.

He also listed the Taylor-Winterer Trust as the owner of multiple stocks that he individually listed.

 


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