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US: Ex-Penn city manager sentenced for bid-rigging

 |  January 17, 2013

An ex-Pennsylvania city manager has been sentenced in a bid-rigging case to five months in a halfway house, five months in home detention and a fine of nearly $95,000 to a school district. Ralph Imbrogno was sentenced for a bid-rigging scheme in the city of Clairton in which he stole funds intended for a federal program; the $95,000 will go to the West Mifflin Area School District. Imbrogno was accused of awarding city contracts to his son’s painting business without bid submissions. According to reports, the $95,000 amounts to about half what his son’s business was paid for that work.


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