GROSSMONT BOARD APPROVES MORE MONEY TO FIGHT LAWSUIT OVER ALPINE HIGH SCHOOL

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East County News Service

September 14, 2016 (San Diego’s East County) – The Grossmont Union High School District’s board voted 3-2 to approve more funds for legal defense in a lawsuit filed by Alpine taxpayers and parents. The lawsuit and a Grand Jury report both contended that the district misappropriated bond funds approved by voters for an Alpine High School.

Trustees Priscilla Schreiber and Jim Stieringer voted against continuing to fund the suit, which has already cost district taxpayers $2 million before the latest allocations.   For full details, see Karen Pearlman’s report in the San Diego Union-Tribune:  http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/communities/sdut-grossmont-board-votes-to-continue-to-fund-lawsuit-2016sep12-story.html