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Glass Houses and Stones- The Can of Worms that Kisela Opened
It started on the 21st, with a letter tossed haphazardly on the dais before me by City Manager Greg Kisela on his way out. The letter, dated the day before, was delivered following a particularly contentious Special Council meeting in which I pointed out multiple problems with the Chapter 1 FLUE and gave a “nay” vote to approving it- contrary to the city manager’s wishes.
What followed shouldn’t surprise anyone who works or has worked for the city. The practice of reimbursement for charges for non-city related business items is standard practice. It was soon released that Kisela had purchased baseball tickets on his card. Further investigation noted Mayor Ponder reimbursed for meals while on business. Former council members have acknowledged the practice has existed for years.
The State’s Attorney has now begun an investigation into all city cards. EXCELLENT!!!! I have stated all along that I have done nothing wrong and have followed procedure.
The final question to ask yourself is why. Why would Kisela throw this stone? I will let you ponder the reasons.
DESTIN — The State Attorney’s Office has expanded its investigation of city credit card use to include everybody that has one. Published 10/29/2015 in News
Kisela also investigated for credit card use – Published 10/26/2015 in News
Destin City Manager Greg Kisela, who last week turned City Councilwoman Prebble Ramswell in to the State Attorney’s Office for “irregularities in the city credit card” this week finds himself under the same scrutiny.
Destin councilwoman under investigation (LETTER) – Published 10/21/2015 in News
Destin City Councilwoman Prebble Ramswell is being investigated for a possible misappropriation of city funds.