A sign thanking Fresno for Measure K funds is shown outside the Gaston Middle School construction site in October 2012. Fresno Unified’s use of a $37 million lease-leaseback contract with Harris Construction to build the school is now at the heart of a court case.
A sign thanking Fresno for Measure K funds is shown outside the Gaston Middle School construction site in October 2012. Fresno Unified’s use of a $37 million lease-leaseback contract with Harris Construction to build the school is now at the heart of a court case. Craig Kohlruss Fresno Bee file photo
A sign thanking Fresno for Measure K funds is shown outside the Gaston Middle School construction site in October 2012. Fresno Unified’s use of a $37 million lease-leaseback contract with Harris Construction to build the school is now at the heart of a court case. Craig Kohlruss Fresno Bee file photo

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