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December 24, 1999 | DOUG SMITH, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
Los Angeles school officials on Thursday announced the appointment of an interim financial team that will be responsible for restructuring the district's murky budget process so that Board of Education members and parents alike can see where the money comes from and where it goes. Joseph P. Zeronian, a former business manager in the Pasadena and La Canada school districts and now an investment executive, will head the team as interim chief financial officer.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 24, 1999 | DOUG SMITH, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
Los Angeles school officials on Thursday announced the appointment of an interim financial team that will be responsible for restructuring the district's murky budget process so that Board of Education members and parents alike can see where the money comes from and where it goes. Joseph P. Zeronian, a former business manager in the Pasadena and La Canada school districts and now an investment executive, will head the team as interim chief financial officer.
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September 26, 1985
Joseph P. Zeronian, deputy superintendent of the Pasadena Unified School District and one-time acting superintendent, will leave the district Oct. 11 to enter private business. He will become vice president in charge of public finance for Prudential-Bache Securities in Los Angeles. Zeronian's departure is expected to have a major impact on the administration of the district, where he has held key positions for more than a decade. Supt. Phillip B.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 14, 2001 | MARTHA GROVES, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
The Los Angeles Unified School District could end up paying millions of additional dollars in interest payments on Belmont Learning Complex debt because dual inquiries into the school's funding have given investors cold feet. The Los Angeles County district attorney's office is investigating whether environmental laws were broken by school district officials in constructing the $175-million school, which sits uncompleted and abandoned near downtown.
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