Three former City College of San Francisco administrators, including a former chancellor, pleaded not guilty to charges that they steered more than $150,000 in college funds into bond campaigns, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

Former chancellor Philip Day, administrative services officer Stephen Herman and vice chancellor James Blomquist are accused of using public funds to support community college bond campaigns.

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