Wednesday, May 31, 2006

State legislators want UC to return some pay

San Francisco Chronicle

SACRAMENTO
State legislators want UC to return some pay
Lockyer is asked to recover funds that weren't OKd

Tanya Schevitz, Todd Wallack, Chronicle Staff Writers

Wednesday, May 31, 2006


Two state senators asked the state attorney general Tuesday to recover state money that they said the University of California gave executives and other key employees without proper approval from the governing Board of Regents.

Sens. Abel Maldonado, R-Santa Maria (Santa Barbara County), and Gloria Romero, D-Los Angeles, who are members of the Senate Education Committee, wrote Attorney General Bill Lockyer and urged him to investigate how much state money was used in compensating executives and other highly paid employees in violation of UC policies. They then asked him to seek repayment.

"Give the people their money back for all the things that UC President Robert Dynes and UC did," Maldonado said later. "It is all about accountability. I've heard from the regents about accountability, accountability, and I've seen nothing."

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Comments:
I don't believe Nanos' golden parachute was approved...
 
UC should be prosecuted under the RICO statute (Racketeering Influenced Corrupt Organization) designed to bring down the Mafia. I don't see any difference between Parskey, Dynes, Lay, and Kozlowski (Tyco).
 
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