It is now certain beyond any reasonable doubt that West Palm Beach’s lawsuit against the Office of Inspector General is meant to resist oversight the city’s voters demanded.
Last week, the Office of Inspector General released a memo disputing the reimbursement last January of $7,325 in legal fees to City Commissioner Kimberly Mitchell. She incurred the expenses after the county’s Commission on Ethics staff found probable cause of a violation.
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