A Franklin-McKinley School District trustee accused of embezzling bond campaign cash has announced his resignation.
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Her father and family construction company are also accused.
In which we look back on all the strange, infuriating and preposterous things that went down in 2018 and say, “Sayonara!”
A retired accountant for the city of Cupertino was arrested on suspicion of embezzling close to $800,000 from taxpayers.
And we thought 2016 was bad. The last 12 months have been record setting in all the wrong ways. Take a quick look back and then move on.
George Shirakawa Jr.’s next day in court got kicked back six months to Sept. 15, meaning the ex-county supervisor could be nearly four months out of jail before his political mail fraud trial begins. That may or may not be a good thing for other people involved in the case.
By G. Melesaine
A couple of weeks ago the San Jose Eastside School District proposed to cut athletics for next year. There was no debate. The cuts had to be made before the Dec.15th, 2008 date where, according to state law, the district had to turn in their balanced budget for the next two years. The district is already in debt, and the state as well, so cuts had to be made. Athletics was the first choice. I attended the aftermath meeting on Dec. 15 at the district office where athletic directors were confronted by angry parents and students trying to find solutions.