By Dennis C. Lipp
In November 2010, 72 percent of the voters of Palm Beach County and majorities in all 38 municipalities approved a charter amendment to create an Office of Inspector General (OIG) and a Commission on Ethics (COE.) The attacks from County Administrator Bob Weisman on Inspector General Sheryl Steckler and this week’s announcement of a proposed settlement of the lawsuit by 14 cities against financing Ms. Steckler’s office should have every supporter of open and honest government up in arms.
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