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04
Dec

California DRE Reviewing License of Former Corona Planning Commissioner

Life under the microscope is getting tough for Bob Livingston.

In 2009, Livingston pleaded guilty to a felony charge related to mortgage fraud in which he an others netted $250,000.

Corona City Councilman Steve Nolan, appointed Livingston to the Corona City Planning Commission knowing of his friend’s guilty plea. But Nolan’s differences with the Corona Police Officers Association resulted in one of their detectives publicly outing Livingston, who resigned his Commission position.

Now, the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) has indicated that an administrative law judge will conduct a hearing against Bob Livingston to determine if it wants to revoke or restrict his real estate agent’s license based on Livingston’s guilty plea for a crime related to the duties of a licensee.

Read the full article in the Press-Enterprise.

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