Controller John Chiang says his agency will look at the books of local entities charged with improving blight. The governor wants to use the billions controlled by the agencies to pay for schools and basic services.
The state will dispatch auditors to towns and cities across California to scour the books of 18 redevelopment agencies to see how officials have been spending the billions of taxpayer dollars they take in each year to improve blight, state Controller John Chiang announced Monday.
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