San Diego City Attorney Jan Goldsmith spoke with inewsource Wednesday.

New documents provided Wednesday to inewsource say the wife of a well-known environmental lawyer was vice president of his law firm at the same time she worked on projects for government agencies he was suing.

A memo, received in response to a public records request made last week, was sent by San Diego City Attorney Jan Goldsmith to Helix Environmental Planning, where Cory Briggs’ wife worked as an environmental specialist.

The letter said Sarichia “Seekey” Cacciatore was “a long-time Vice President of Briggs Law Corporation” while doing environmental reviews for the city of San Diego.

When asked how he knows Cacciatore held that position at the firm, Goldsmith would only say, “It was stated by Cory Briggs as a fact… and we have verified that.”
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