John Tanksley performs a Fresno city code enforcement inspection in January 2016. A federal audit released Aug. 9 that’s critical of some city practices says that city staff members were not properly differentiating when they were inspecting low-income areas using the federal funding and when they were checking other areas of Fresno using other funds.
John Tanksley performs a Fresno city code enforcement inspection in January 2016. A federal audit released Aug. 9 that’s critical of some city practices says that city staff members were not properly differentiating when they were inspecting low-income areas using the federal funding and when they were checking other areas of Fresno using other funds. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file
John Tanksley performs a Fresno city code enforcement inspection in January 2016. A federal audit released Aug. 9 that’s critical of some city practices says that city staff members were not properly differentiating when they were inspecting low-income areas using the federal funding and when they were checking other areas of Fresno using other funds. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file

After critical audit, feds eying Fresno’s use of money marked for low-income areas

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