A lawsuit filed against PCC by a former employee will go forward on July 19 with one less charge for the college to defend.
Bribery scandal set for trial
The bribery scandal involving two-high ranking school officials that rocked the campus last summer will finally be going to trial.
Richard van Pelt, the former vice president of administrative services and former Facilities Supervisor Alfred Hutchings were fired after the school found out that they were being investigated by the District Attorneyâ€™s office for â€œconflicts of interest.â€
Fired official files $1 million lawsuit
A high-ranking fired school official has filed suit against the district, the president and the schoolâ€™s legal counsel claiming wrongful termination, defamation, and sexual harassment.
New developments in bribery scandal cases
A wrongful termination claim has been filed against the District by one of the men was denied by the Board of Trustees.
Hearings held in two bribery case lawsuits
An initial lawsuit filed against the district concerning two fired school officialsâ€™ bribery scandal was dropped on Jan. 10, but it could be amended and refiled.