Ali Saleh

City of Bell

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Mayor of the City of Bell, California

Ali Saleh on KCRW

A jury today found five former members of the Bell City Council  guilty of misappropriating public funds  by accepting pay for meetings of the Solid Waste and Recycling Authority.

Round One of Bell Verdicts Is In

A jury today found five former members of the Bell City Council guilty of misappropriating public funds by accepting pay for meetings of the Solid Waste and Recycling Authority.

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Grand jury transcripts unearthed by the  Los Angeles Times  may be good news for the City of Bell, which can use it.  Some $4.5 million was secretly set aside for pensions by two…

City of Bell Finds a Pot of Money

Grand jury transcripts unearthed by the Los Angeles Times may be good news for the City of Bell, which can use it.  Some $4.5 million was secretly set aside for pensions by two…

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