Former San Diego mayor's gambling wag...

Former San Diego mayor's gambling wagers topped $1 billion

There are 1 comment on the Mendocino Beacon story from Feb 14, 2013, titled Former San Diego mayor's gambling wagers topped $1 billion. In it, Mendocino Beacon reports that:

Editor's note: Maureen O'Connor's late husband, R.O. Peterson, owned the Mendocino Hotel from 1975 to 1989, when it was purchased by his brother-in-law, Dr.

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Pat Gassaway Ash

Williams, CA

#1 Feb 16, 2013
Maureen never could accept responsibilty for her decisions. We, as employees were told to lie about the fact that she painted over the beautiful dome in the Heritage House Dining room. The final straw for me was that a patron of many years came to me and told me that the rain had damaged the dome and that the artist that painted the dome had died and it couldn't be repaired.
I told her that the artist will be very sorry to her that since he lives in Mendocino.
YOU made bad choices....own up to it for a change.

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