The West Palm Beach City Commission should not have reimbursed Commissioner Kimberly Mitchell $7,325 for defending herself in an ethics investigation involving a home cable television problem, the Palm Beach County Office of Inspector General has concluded.
“No facts were provided that could reasonably be viewed as supporting the City Commission’s decision that Ms. Mitchell was acting in her official capacity,” Donald Balberchack, the office’s director of investigations, said in a memo dated Friday.
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