A state regulatory agency has rejected an appeal about the nonpayment of prevailing wages by a Nut Tree property developer, a dispute that began in 2006 and only fully resolved recently, The Reporter has learned.
OAKLAND -- The owner of a Dublin-based electrical company that has earned more than $1 million through various government contracts has been charged with 57 felonies for stealing workers' pay and lying about it.
Local electrical business in Vacaville settles lawsuit
By Reporter Staff --
A local, family-owned electrical business and its owner recently entered into a settlement with a Northern California labor-management committee stemming from allegations that the electrical company failed to pay prevailing wages on public works projects and other violations.
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