Curtis Fossum

California State Lands Commission

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Executive Officer of the California State Lands Commission

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A  state audit  released yesterday shows that California has lost more than $8 million because of private companies that are not paying rent on state-owned land.

Audit Shows State Lands Commission Left Lease Money on the Table

A state audit released yesterday shows that California has lost more than $8 million because of private companies that are not paying rent on state-owned land.

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