State Personnel Board member Richard Costigan participates in a CalPERS meeting via computer while in Florida for the 2012 Republican Party convention. Costigan has been re-elected as the board’s CalPERS representative for 2015.
State Personnel Board member Richard Costigan participates in a CalPERS meeting via computer while in Florida for the 2012 Republican Party convention. Costigan has been re-elected as the board’s CalPERS representative for 2015. David Siders The Sacramento Bee
State Personnel Board member Richard Costigan participates in a CalPERS meeting via computer while in Florida for the 2012 Republican Party convention. Costigan has been re-elected as the board’s CalPERS representative for 2015. David Siders The Sacramento Bee

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December 02, 2014 05:06 PM

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