You have a right to know how your money is spent by public entities Photos by Melissa Diaz Hernandez/The Valley ChroniclePage 1 of the letter sent by the attorney for the Hemet Unified School District denying the request. The newspaper received the requested documents. ■ Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Editor In an effort to hold public entities accountable and encourage transparency, The Valley Chronicle has submitted California Public Records Act requests on behalf of the citizens of Hemet/San Jacinto for redacted W-2s and 1099s from multiple public entities. The requests acknowledge that addresses and social security numbers would be removed prior to release. The purpose of the requests is to ensure
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