Former facilities chief faces charges

Aug. 22, 2007
Ex-administrator in Natomas, Calif., allegedly directed contracts to favored companies

The former facilities chief for the Natomas (Calif.) Unified School District has been charged with eight felony conflict-of-interest counts and one misdemeanor count of violating the California political reform act. Investigators allege that Frank C. Harding violated state law by directing contracts to a company in which he had a financial stake.

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