Accused of Misusing Bond Funds, S.F. School District Searches for Safeguards

Williams, Rochelle
May 2001
Bond Buyer;05/10/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31136, p3
Trade Publication
Reports the alleged misuse of bonds and funds for the construction of the San Francisco Unified School District. Expenditure of the bond on salaries and benefits; Investigation on the accused misuse of bond funds; Controversies on unliquidated expenses; Oversight on financial use.


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