SD official to reveal $61M pension scandal
SAN DIEGO (KABC) -- San Diego is the latest city to come under fire for a possible corruption scandal similar to the one in the city of Bell.
A San Diego councilman said he will release a report on Monday that shows 10 former city workers will be splitting more than $61 million in retirement funds.
That report was compiled by the California Foundation for Pension Reform.
The president of the foundation said, "San Diego is like Bell, only bigger."
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