Friday, December 14, 2012Author: John Sprague
(Last modified: 2012-12-14 16:48:12)
Source: The Herald-News
At a county school board meeting on Thursday, board member Bill Davault claimed that fellow board member Chip Pendergrass was violating state ethics laws by allowing PECO Electric, of which Pendergrass is a minority owner, to perform work on high school renovations.
However, Pendergrass and 12th Judicial District Attorney General Mike Taylor said the matter had already been settled in February before PECO Electric began work on the facility, and the state attorney general determined that Pendergrass was not in violation.
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