Thursday, January 07, 2016

If you were to ask the "would be stewards" of another $575,000,000 ...

... to tell you even to the nearest million dollars, how many dollars they have spent fortifying and remodeling the executive and administrative digs at 6400 Uptown Blvd, they would not; in no small part because they can not; they haven't enough records.

"Tax saver" turned "money pit", all a big secret, especially before the bond issue and mill levy election.

They didn't keep adequate records - the words of Meyners & Co. auditors, not mine.  Also, their words not mine; inadequate standards and inadequate accountability to the standards they had.

The spending of hundreds of millions of dollars in the face of the trifecta of public corruption, embezzlement and fraud;
  1. inadequate standards and
  2. inadequate accountability and
  3. inadequate record keeping
Records? We don't keep
no stinkin' records.
Nothing has changed.  When the Journal asked for records regarding the alleged spending of $850,000 remodeling Don Moya's offices, APS Director of Communications Rigo Chavez and APS Custodian of Public Records told them he couldn't find any.

The Journal let him get away with it.

Which is why you can't trust the leadership of the APS even to keep simple records, still, and why you can't trust the Journal to tell you that they can't, still.

Even when they want us to give them nearly 600 million dollar to lose track of.

photos Mark Bralley

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