Saturday, September 26, 2020

Jackson County Audit Double Take

Here's another glimpse at a courthouse argument over accountability. The news was mostly lost among culture war slap fights but an ongoing debate betwixt the Legislature and the Executive will be important as a property tax showdown approaches and impacts local homeowners.

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Jackson County audit find millions in problematic contracts

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Jackson County's government spent millions on no-bid contracts or did not reevaluate contracts for years in violation of the county's charter, according to a state audit released Wednesday. The audit also found the county lacked transparency in how it spent millions on legal, lobbying and other professional services, Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway said in a news release.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

This leave Bandito and Chuckles on the horns of a dilemma...
they both glory on gloating about Jackson County's mismanagement, but how can they do so without reflecting well on Galloway, since they are also desperate to try to prop up that "Prissy Parson Person" in every way they can.

Anonymous said...

Spending tax money inappropriately in Jackson County?
Surprising.
Seeing they do so many other things so well!
Hahahahahaha!!

Anonymous said...

County Commissioners are made of teflon