Tag: Inspector General

A.G. GancarskiOctober 19, 2016

A fun #jaxpol mystery of 2015 — accounting for $27,000 worth of missing employee incentive debit cards from the Alvin Brown administration — petered out this month. “City debit cards reported missing were in a safe all along,” reported the Jax Daily Record. In November 2015, Curry directed the inspector general to look into the debit card issue and to connect with […]

A.G. GancarskiJune 14, 2016

As Jacksonville continues to refine its Inspector General position, two bills to that effect highlighted a quiet agenda. One bill expanded the duties of the Inspector General to cover the entire consolidated government. It passed 18-0 without discussion. And a second sought to remove the provision that the Inspector General could not have been employed by the city […]

A.G. GancarskiJune 6, 2016

Monday’s meeting of the Jacksonville City Council Finance Committee included a discussion of Zika, expansion of the role of the inspector general, and approval of a July 18 date for Mayor Lenny Curry‘s budget address. All measures approved will require full Council approval next Tuesday. — 2016-320 would move $122,554 from the mosquito control fund balance to […]

A.G. GancarskiDecember 31, 2015

Jacksonville Inspector General Thomas Cline has been pilloried by members of Jacksonville’s City Council for amorphous reportage of results in recent months. His year-end report seeks to change that impression. Cline offers “investigation highlights,” which include two reports of his division recommending 11 corrective actions. Specifically noted: the office’s efforts in the Access to Capital program. “The […]

A.G. GancarskiOctober 26, 2015

Jacksonville’s City Council meets on Tuesday, and it could be a meeting dominated as much by interpersonal conflict as by legislation. One topic worthy of note: the presentation of Inspector General Thomas Cline. He gave a shaky performance last week in front of the Inspector General Selection and Retention Committee in presenting his six-month review. […]


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