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December 24, 2000 | JOHN M. GLIONNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In an extremely rare move, state education officials say they will soon take control of a tiny, financially troubled East Bay school district as a criminal investigation continues into the spending practices of its former superintendent. State Sen. Don Perata (D-Alameda) says he will ask the Legislature next month to provide $3 million for an emergency financial bailout of the bankrupt Emery Unified School District, which is more than $1.4 million in debt and unable to pay its bills.
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July 24, 2001 | JOHN JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Embattled former Bay Area schools chief J.L. Handy may have run the little Emeryville school district into the ground, but he didn't do it alone, the Alameda County Grand Jury declared Monday. The grand jury report says the onetime Compton school official, now facing criminal charges over his spending practices in Northern California, was abetted by a lax educational establishment that failed to supervise Handy and protect the finances of the 900-student East Bay district.
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July 24, 2001 | JOHN JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Embattled former Bay Area schools chief J.L. Handy may have run the little Emeryville school district into the ground, but he didn't do it alone, the Alameda County Grand Jury declared Monday. The grand jury report says the onetime Compton school official, now facing criminal charges over his spending practices in Northern California, was abetted by a lax educational establishment that failed to supervise Handy and protect the finances of the 900-student East Bay district.
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December 24, 2000 | JOHN M. GLIONNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In an extremely rare move, state education officials say they will soon take control of a tiny, financially troubled East Bay school district as a criminal investigation continues into the spending practices of its former superintendent. State Sen. Don Perata (D-Alameda) says he will ask the Legislature next month to provide $3 million for an emergency financial bailout of the bankrupt Emery Unified School District, which is more than $1.4 million in debt and unable to pay its bills.
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