Asbestos expert Tom Sargent found problems at SSU, which he says got him fired. A jury agreed, but what about the asbestos itself?
For 24 years, Thomas Sargent was an environmental health and safety specialist at Sonoma State. Earlier this month, a Sonoma County civil jury agreed that he’d been harassed and forced to resign under duress in 2015, after complaining about the school’s handling of asbestos in Stevenson Hall. But the verdict has not put an end to the concerns, as Steve Mencher reports.
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