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Bronx Principal in Trouble for Possible Bid-Rigging

The job of a Bronx principal may be in danger after he was found to be giving a contract to an after-school program for a business he was a part of, officials told a New York Criminal Lawyer.
The principal was relieved of his duties at Community School 50 in the Bronx after a Special Commissioner of Investigations determined that the principal had helped to rig the bids, a New York Criminal Lawyer has learned.
The $12,700 contract was given, by the principal, to an after-school program where the kids wrote, edited, and published a magazine for a company whose trademark the principal jointly owns, the commissioner told a New York Criminal Lawyer.
An Education Department spokeswoman said the company would like to fire the principal, due to theft of services. The principals union is representing the principal in disciplinary hearings. Their spokeswoman declined to comment upon the case to a New York Criminal Lawyer. The issue was also brought before the district attorney’s office and a response is awaited from them, as well.
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