Moors resigned from the elected position in August to work at the education law firm Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost, added the U-T report which stated, she "agreed to the penalty late last year. The California Fair Political Practices Commission will consider the settlement at its meeting next week. If commissioners approve the deal, the case will be closed."
Moors issued a statement regretting her judgment call made while on the board. In the statement she seemed optimistic that both the district and firm could move on and leave it in the past.
Read the full U-T story here: http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2014/jan/06/kelli-moors-carlsbad-schools-conflict-fine-fppc/