The Palm Beach County Inspector General’s Office Thursday issued a scathing audit detailing alleged improprieties in city of South Bay finances, primarily by former city manager Corey Alston, who is under indictment on grand theft charges.
The audit said Alston “authorized, requested or directly executed” $306,377 in questionable expenses between January 2009 and December 2012. They included $223,107 in payments made with city checks, many of which were written in Alston’s name, to pay him for expenses that were supposed to be for city business.
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