"there is the question of whether Katehi’s leave is being extended — July 26 would have been the end of the 90-day period. The Enterprise has been told by a source that an extension, which requires approval by the UC regents, is in the works"
Still more drip drip drip:
UC footed first-class flights, high-end hotel rooms for Davis chancellor KatehiThen read:
"Attorney Melinda Guzman told the Vanguard, “The investigators spent very little time on the chancellor’s travel expenses during the interview likely because the expenses are so very well documented and they were audited annually without incident.”
She would add, “In addition, the investigators asked no questions whatsoever about the alleged misuse of student fee income—presumably because no evidence exists at all to support that allegation against the chancellor, yet that issue was used as the basis for the whistleblower investigation on 4/27.”