Among the myriad of business interests on Santa Ana Mayor Miguel Pulido’s required statement of economic interests is a company called La Farga Group.

We know little about the company except that Pulido is its president and received an income between $10,001 and $100,000 in 2010.

Well, we know one other thing: The firm’s business license was suspended for failure to pay $1,114 in state taxes. And according to the California Secretary of State’s online database the license remains suspended.


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