Council considers attorney to serve on PUC
Honigberg said his time as a private-practice attorney should pose no conflicts in his potential role as a member of the PUC, which has jurisdiction over electric, telecommunications, natural gas, water and sewer utilities. He said he billed "zero hours" to any company regulated by the PUC and that Sulloway and Hollis performed no lobbying work for any company regulated by the PUC.
"We don't have a problem with it," Pignatelli said to laughter from the audience.
Several speakers spoke in favor of Honigberg's confirmation, including Concord Schools Superintendent Christine Rath and state Supreme Court Associate Justice Robert J. Lynn.
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