February 1, 2010 | 2:00 pm

Another 16 California lawmakers and aides have agreed to pay fines after California’s ethics agency found they failed to report gifts from lobbying groups, according to documents released Monday.

That brings the total number of officials penalized in the last month to 42, and total fines to $12,100. Those fined have admitted they did not file required public disclosures of gifts received in 2008, including sports and concert tickets, meals, spa treatments and hotel stays.

The Times reported last month that 26 lawmakers, including Assembly Speaker Karen Bass (D-Los Angeles), had agreed to pay fines to settle allegations by investigators for the state Fair Political Practices Commission that they did not report gifts.

The commission released 16 more settlement agreements Monday for officials including:

• Assembly minority leader-elect Martin Garrick (R-Solana Beach) has agreed to pay $600 for failing to report a $105 lunch from Oak Tree Racing Assn., a $124 dinner by Boeing Co., and $146 in concert tickets from Sempra Energy.

• Sen. Ron Calderon (D-Montebello), who agreed to pay $600 in fines for not reporting a $189 gift from Medtronic Inc., $250 in golf fees from the California Telecommunication Assn. and concert tickets worth $300 from Verizon.

• Sen. George Runner (R-Lancaster) will pay $400 in fines for failing to disclose tickets worth $115 to two concerts from the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Mission Indians.

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