Palm Beach County Inspector General Sheryl Steckler will not be allowed to intervene in a lawsuit filed by a group of cities and towns that are challenging required payments to her office.
The Fourth District Court of Appeal on Thursday upheld a lower court’s ruling denying Steckler’s request to intervene in the lawsuit, a move that would have essentially allowed an attorney for the inspector general’s office to defend the payments in court.
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