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Contra Costa Community College District trustees knocked for ethics violations

Original post made on Sep 5, 2020

Another assertion upheld by that investigation is that Gordon, while intoxicated, called several district employees and fellow board members to "influence, threaten, and/or harass them," beginning in early 2017.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Thursday, September 3, 2020, 10:19 PM

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Posted by Vicky Vino
a resident of San Ramon
on Sep 5, 2020 at 9:44 am

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I'm wondering why the extra title was added? The charges were validated against them and they are unethical, vindictive clowns who should be voted out of office. Here is a site that has the investigation findings and signed letters by both acknowledging their wrong-doing. You'll also notice that Enholm repeats the same unethical actions again - another PERB violation: Web Link

Voters - these two are unethical, vindictive clowns. Vote them out!!

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