The State Personnel Board on Thursday overruled a Cal Fire decision to abolish list that was tarnished because of alleged cheating by one candidate. The board’s vote allows up to 289 candidates to move up the ranks, as long as Cal Fire does not find more cheating.
The State Personnel Board on Thursday overruled a Cal Fire decision to abolish list that was tarnished because of alleged cheating by one candidate. The board’s vote allows up to 289 candidates to move up the ranks, as long as Cal Fire does not find more cheating. Andrew Seng Sacramento Bee file, 2016
The State Personnel Board on Thursday overruled a Cal Fire decision to abolish list that was tarnished because of alleged cheating by one candidate. The board’s vote allows up to 289 candidates to move up the ranks, as long as Cal Fire does not find more cheating. Andrew Seng Sacramento Bee file, 2016

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