By STAFF REPORTS
Posted Oct. 28, 2014 @ 7:08 pm
Updated Oct 28, 2014 at 7:11 PM
The Fair Political Practices Commission acknowledged receiving a complaint against the Hesperia Unified School District in an Oct. 20 letter to a Hesperia resident, but advised him to contact the Attorney General over allegations that the district has misused public funds in support of a bond measure.
Paul Bosacki and Al Vogler are members of the Committee Against Measure M Taxpayer Debt. They filed two complaints with the FPPC alleging campaign law violations by the school district.
In responding to the first complaint, Gary S. Winuk, chief of the FPPC’s Enforcement Division, wrote to Bosacki saying that the complaint did not allege a violation of the Political Reform Act (Government Code sections 81000-91014) and therefore was not under the FPPC’s jurisdiction.
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