State Parks Funding

August 16, 2012 12:00 AM

California parks aides used 'Katrina codes' to pay managers overtime

California parks officials apparently used obscure payroll codes intended for wildfires and disasters such as Hurricane Katrina to turn vacation time into overtime pay for managers, the state controller's office testified Wednesday.

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