New developments in a bribery case involving former Palm Springs Mayor Steve Pougnet that dates back more than a decade.
Court records show that all but one charge against developer Richard Meaney were dropped at a hearing on March 24.
Meaney was facing 11 charges tied to the Palm Springs corruption case.
The judge set a November court date for sentencing, which means that Meaney pleaded guilty to that one charge.
Meaney and developer John Wessman were accused of paying Pougnet at least $375,000 to buy votes and influence projects in Palm Springs between 2012 and 2014 including the Kimpton hotel and the surrounding downtown re-development project.
We have reached out to the District Attorney's office and Meaney's attorney for comment.
Stay with News Channel 3 for continuing updates on this case.