For those who favor good government in Palm Beach (aka “Corruption”) County, last week offered a memorable moment.
The public loves that there now is an ethics commission and an inspector general to scrutinize local government. Some in local government don’t share that enthusiasm. Fourteen cities persist in a legal challenge to the system of paying for the Office of Inspector General. West Palm Beach leads that lawsuit.
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