New York City principal accused of steering contract to company he had ties to

July 7, 2010
Community School 50 administrator may lose his job, city officials say

From The New York Daily News: A principal in New York City could lose his job after he allegedly steered a contract for an after-school program to a business he was involved in, officials said. Principal Francisco Cruz was removed from Community School 50 in the Bronx after city Special Commissioner of Investigations Richard Condon found that Cruz had helped rig the bids.

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