Chicago Public Schools food service manager Louise Esaian could lose her job for allegedly accepting free meals, Target gift cards and even Green Bay Packers tickets from two foodservice vendors, reports CBS Chicago. It is alleged that since 2008, Esaian, two staffers and other district employees accepted the gifts valued at more than $86,000 from food service vendors Chartwells-Thompson Hospitality and Preferred Meals Systems, according to a source familiar with the findings of an ...

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