Who's watching over the billions of dollars in voter-approved school bond money?
George Pardon, a longtime resident of Cypress and a former finance professional with the Cal State University system, stands along Elizabeth Lane in Buena Park, on Thursday, July 12, 2018, the former site of Dickerson Elementary School which is now a residential neighborhood. When California voters lowered the threshold to pass school bonds nearly two decades ago, they opened the floodgates for $133 billion in taxpayer-funded spending to modernize campuses across the state.
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