St. Johns City Manager Accused of Buying Tigers Tix with Taxpayer Money
The Lansing State Journal reports that St. Johns City Manager Dennis LaForest is accused of using taxpayer money to buy $250 worth of tickets for the Detroit Tigers. According to a Lansing firm who investigated La Forest's activities, there seems to be a lack of compliance with a variety of city policies and state laws in St. Johns.
La Forest, who is currently suspended through June 30th, is accused of also using city equipment on a project at his home, intervening to make sure his grandson kept a city summer gig AND MORE. Get all the details here from the LSJ.
St. Johns Mayor Dana Beaman says that LaForest will not be fired from his $90,000.00 a year job that comes with a car allowance. Interesting.