By: Diane Benjamin
I’m not sure all these PCard purchases were reflect in event expenses. Walking With My Ancestors doesn’t show any catering or concessions: https://blnnews.com/2019/10/22/bcpa-as-predicted-foia-denied/
Of course the $1500 for the announcement party wasn’t included. Why does government send “flowers” and pretend they are sympathetic? Using taxpayer money to express condolences is fraud.
Add this BCPA expense:
And this one:
This didn’t make the event report: https://blnnews.com/2019/10/22/bcpa-as-predicted-foia-denied/
Other artist fees:
The BCPA is mentioned 114 times in bills. These are just some of them.
Why is Bloomington paying late fees to the Department of Revenue? Didn’t have the money to pay on time? Connect Transit received two months of payments now. (pg 16-17)
It would take a FOIA to see what was charged:
Um. . . . .
Headed to Springfield for legal work:
City employees must still be throwing parties for themselves, I wonder how many a year?