Monday, June 3, 2013

"He tried last summer to line up trustees' votes to become the California State University system's chancellor, but ultimately was passed over in favor of someone with more background in academia; he said he understands that decision"

that was from the LA Times: Bill Lockyer won't run for controller, will retire from office at end of 2014

and this from the Sac Bee:
"Lockyer floated the idea last year of becoming chancellor of the California State University system. That would not have been a great fit. But Gov. Brown could do worse than to appoint Lockyer as a University of California regent, or a CSU trustee."

CalBuzz...'money on every side'
this happened on May 30th.

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