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Public School Roofing Projects
1999

A statewide investigation of public school roof construction projects revealed widespread waste and abuse, including conflicts of interest, subversion of public contracting, improper labor practices and inadequate oversight that place the safety of school children in jeopardy and cost New Jersey taxpayers millions of dollars each year.  The Commission aired the preliminary findings of its investigation during a two-day public hearing in December.

To download and read the report body please click here.
To download and read the report appendix please click here.
To download the Public Hearing Announcement please click here.
To download a summary of findings please click here.
To download the Public Hearing opening statements please click here.
To download Roofing Scams: A Generic Guide please click here.
 

 

 

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