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Wrong Cortez Quinn?

Mr. Cortez Quinn Ledon

Chief of Staff

Sacramento County

Direct Phone: (916) ***-****       

Sacramento County

700 H Street Room 4650

Sacramento, California 95814

United States

Company Description

Located in north central California, Sacramento County is home to seven incorporated cities and over 1.2 residents. It is the eighth most populated California county spanning just of 990 square miles. more

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Background Information

Employment History

Sacramento Central Labor Council

Affiliations

Board Member
Twin Rivers School

Board Member
Remy, Thomas, Moose & Manley Llp

Twin Rivers Unified School District Trustee
The HST

> Executive Board Member
The Truman Club

Board Member
Twin Rivers Unified School District

Board Member
Sacramento Regional Conservation Corps

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The Sacramento Local Conservation Corps

Twin Rivers Unified School District Trustee
Area 5

Board Member
TRUSD

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Sacramento ENRICHES

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Twin Rivers New Board First Meeting

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The new board unanimously elected Cortez Quinn president. Before the June election, Twin Rivers officials informed the Sacramento County district attorney of allegations that Quinn illegally took $55,000 in loans from a district employee.

That employee also accused Quinn of fathering her child. The DA and Fair Political Practices Commission launched investigations into the allegations.
Quinn told those at Tuesday's board meeting, "We will move forward from this.


Cortez Quinn allegedly took ...

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Cortez Quinn allegedly took loans from a district employee, which is illegal.

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Illegal loan to Twin Rivers trustee Cortez Quinn from district employee alleged
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Twin Rivers Unified School District trustee Cortez Quinn released a brief statement Thursday in response to allegations he illegally took substantial loans from a district employee, who also filed a paternity suit against him.
"It's unfortunate that my personal life has become the focus of my goal to continue serving the public and the students of the Twin Rivers School District to the best of my ability," Cortez wrote in a statement emailed to The Bee. "I do not believe that I violated any District rule and certainly did not intend to do so."
Twin Rivers Unified spokeswoman Trinette Marquis said this week the district has forwarded documents to the Sacramento County district attorney and the Fair Political Practices Commission that allegely show Quinn received about $55,000 in loans last year from Sherilene Chycoski, the district's visual and performing arts director.
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Quinn, who is district director for Assemblyman Roger Dickinson, D-Sacramento, is running for re-election in the school board race on June 5.


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Cortez Quinn is running for re-election to the Twin Rivers board in June.

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Illegal loan to Twin Rivers trustee Cortez Quinn from district employee alleged
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Twin Rivers Unified School District officials have informed the Sacramento County district attorney of allegations that trustee Cortez Quinn illegally took a substantial loan from a district employee.
The district confirmed it had received documentation, including bank transfers, showing an employee last year loaned Quinn money. According to sources, the employee is Sherilene Chycoski, the district's director of visual and performing arts, and the loan amount was about $55,000. Last June, Chycoski filed a paternity suit in which she names Quinn as the father of her baby.
Quinn, who is running for re-election in June, did not return calls for comment, but sent a text message late Wednesday saying he would comment today. Chycoski and her attorney each declined to comment.
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"At the same time, we want to give Mr. Quinn an opportunity to tell his side of the story."
It is illegal for an elected official to take a loan from an employee, according to state government code. Quinn did not report any loans on the state's annual Form 700 conflict of interest filings, which he most recently filed in April.
Quinn, who is the district director for Assemblyman Roger Dickinson, is part of the first group of trustees elected to the 4-year-old Twin Rivers Unified district.
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On Wednesday, in an emailed statement, Twin Rivers Unified spokeswoman Trinette Marquis said the district was given documents that appear to show Quinn improperly accepted substantial personal loans from a district employee. Her email did not identify the employee.
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Berchielli and Quinn are running on competing slates in the June 5 race.
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Quinn is running in Area 5 with a group endorsed by the district's teachers union.
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Quinn, 44, may have had more than one romance with district employees, according to court documents.
Jennifer Macias-Sweeny, who works in the business services department, in January filed a petition for a restraining order against Chycoski stemming from a dispute that, according to court records, involved their relationships with the same man. According to sources, that man was Quinn.
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Illegal loan to Twin Rivers trustee Cortez Quinn from district employee alleged


Twin Rivers Unified School ...

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Twin Rivers Unified School District trustee Cortez Quinn released a brief statement Thursday in response to allegations he illegally took a substantial loan from a district employee, who later filed a paternity suit against him.

"It's unfortunate that my personal life has become the focus of my goal to continue serving the public and the students of the Twin Rivers School District to the best of my ability," Cortez wrote in the statement. "I do not believe that I violated any District rule and certainly did not intend to do so."
Twin Rivers Unified spokeswoman Trinette Marquis said the district forwarded documents to the Sacramento County district attorney and the Fair Political Practices Commission that allegely show Quinn received about $55,000 in loans from the district's visual and performing arts director Sherilene Chycoski.
Last June, Chycoski filed a paternity suit in which she names Quinn as the father of her baby.
It is illegal for an elected official to take a loan from an employee, according to state government code.
Quinn, who is the district director for Assemblyman Roger Dickinson, is running for re-election in the school board race in June 5.
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Illegal loan to Twin Rivers trustee Cortez Quinn from district employee alleged


Twin Rivers New Board First Meeting

www.californialegalforums.com [cached]

The new board unanimously elected Cortez Quinn president. Before the June election, Twin Rivers officials informed the Sacramento County district attorney of allegations that Quinn illegally took $55,000 in loans from a district employee.

That employee also accused Quinn of fathering her child. The DA and Fair Political Practices Commission launched investigations into the allegations.
Quinn told those at Tuesday's board meeting, "We will move forward from this.

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