Palm Beach County will dig into its pockets for $300,000 to cover a shortfall in the Inspector General’s budget caused by 14 cities and towns refusing to pay for the corruption watchdog’s services.
The county commission voted unanimously Tuesday to set aside the money to keep Inspector General Sheryl Steckler’s office running through Sept. 30, the end of the budget year.
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