Up-and-coming Cal Fire executives brainstormed questions to prepare for a promotion exam three years ago. One of the group’s original members says the study notes later gave an unfair advantage to junior-ranking officers.
Up-and-coming Cal Fire executives brainstormed questions to prepare for a promotion exam three years ago. One of the group’s original members says the study notes later gave an unfair advantage to junior-ranking officers. Special to The Bee
Up-and-coming Cal Fire executives brainstormed questions to prepare for a promotion exam three years ago. One of the group’s original members says the study notes later gave an unfair advantage to junior-ranking officers. Special to The Bee

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September 28, 2016 04:00 AM

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