A six-person committee of area residents has looked into the Poway Unified School District's controversial Capital Appreciation Bond deal and come up with more than a dozen recommended policy changes.
The report was presented to the PUSD board during a special meeting Monday focused on a separate, independent investigation into a $105 million bond deal that is expected to cost taxpayers nearly $1 billion to repay. The committee includes local business and political figures, including former PUSD board member Jeff Mangum and former San Diego city Councilwoman Barbara Warden.
Check out the report attached to this story.
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