The city of Montebello misspent more than $31 million over five years through questionable expenditures, loans and fund transfers, according to two audits released today by state Controller John Chiang.
"It appears the city moved money wherever it wanted, whenever it wanted, regardless of the law," Chiang said in a statement.
Photo credit: Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times

The city of Montebello misspent more than $31 million over five years through questionable expenditures, loans and fund transfers, according to two audits released today by state Controller John Chiang.

"It appears the city moved money wherever it wanted, whenever it wanted, regardless of the law," Chiang said in a statement.

Photo credit: Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times

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    Lolwut?
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    OH HO HOOOOOO
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    My hometown
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    Great job Montebello!
  8. sarredon said: my old hometown, born and bred.. so sad. montebello isn’t the same anymore.
  9. davids-room reblogged this from latimes and added:
    Just what our government needs, more reasons for the public to distrust them!
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    Uh-oh….
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    Not again!
  12. healthycal said: Not again
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    First Bell, CA now Montecello. *smh*
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