Nepotism scandal that forced out big money super of tiny district began with tip

A nepotism scandal that led to the resignation of one of the state’s highest-paid superintendents, who ran an obscure district in southern Bergen County for more than a decade, was sparked by an anonymous tip into her alleged conduct, the state says.

Dawn Fidanza, superintendent of the South Bergen Jointure Commission, submitted her resignation in the wake of a scathing state report that alleged she transferred her daughter, a district employee, from the transportation office to the business office without approval.

The admittedly foul-mouthed superintendent, who candidly told investigators that she was an “F-bomber” in the office, then took the remarkable …read more

Source: NJ.com Bergen

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