Fly on the Wall: City Pay-Day loans

I know all - I see all thefly55@rocketmail.com
I know all – I see all
thefly55@rocketmail.com

The buzz about the Bloomington City employee(s) who wrote checks and took cash from the City till is this:  YOU weren’t suppose to know about it.

It appears somebody spilled the beans on the City to WJBC.  Not sure why WJBC, seems a strange place to rat.

The real questions are:

  • Did the whistle-blower try the Pantagraph first and they refused to print anything?
  • Any employee(s) fired?
  • Does David Hales have any idea how to protect your tax dollars? (not the first incident with cash)
  • When is David Hales getting fired?
  • Where can taxpayers send a thank-you card to the public servant who told the truth?

6 thoughts on “Fly on the Wall: City Pay-Day loans

  1. The employees were allowed to do it by whomever was counted the daily receipts and monitoring the cash. That person must have thought it no big deal, as long as the checks didn’t bounce. Since the city, via tax dollars, was supplying the paychecks, there wouldn’t be a problem. I assume the checks were written only until the next payday. If the checks were indefinite IOUs, that’s another matter.

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