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Bankruptcy court seeks jury trial for Community Foundation leaders

Some charities left without promised payments through mismanagement, trustees charged

An Alameda County bankruptcy court trustee is seeking a jury trial for the leaders of the now defunct Tri-Valley Community Foundation in an effort to collect $928,000 in appropriated funds that the foundation didn't have.

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Posted by AVGH
a resident of another community
on Mar 22, 2015 at 7:19 pm

It is but all written is correct and very accurate. As this was brought to the IRS and State knowledge with no results in 2010.


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