Permit Expediter in SF Corruption Agrees to $1.7 Million Settlement

Public Corruption Scandal Permit Expediter in SF Corruption Agrees to $1.7 Million Settlement By Jaxon Van Derbeken and Michael Bott • Published 2 hours ago • Updated 2 hours ago Getty Images

San Francisco has reached a $1.7 million civil settlement with a major figure in the ongoing public corruption scandal, long-time permit expediter and contractor Walter Wong.

Wong, 70, agreed to plead

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Permit Expediter in SF Corruption Agrees to $1.7 Million Settlement

Public Corruption Scandal Permit Expediter in SF Corruption Agrees to $1.7...