Vendor did not disclose felony conviction
Carrie Watters, The Republic
Scottsdale Unified School District’s internal investigation into concerns related to school renovations found the district did not break the law in hiring Hunt & Caraway Architects, although the district may have overpaid the firm and run afoul in other areas.
The district will submit its findings to the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, which is conducting its own investigation into the district’s procurement of outside contractors.
Susan Segal, an attorney the district contracted in late November to handle the review, delivered her findings to the school board on Tuesday.
“I did not find any violations of the law in the procurement of the services of Hunt & Caraway,” Segal told the board. “However, there are subsequent events that developed that are concerning.”
Her concerns include: