A state audit of campus construction at the Los Angeles Community College District has found $140 million in questionable spending, including at least $28 million sunk into projects that were later abandoned because of poor planning.
In the audit released Wednesday, state Controller John Chiang challenged the district’s use of voter-approved construction money to pay for public relations, public art and other purposes he deemed inappropriate.
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