Investigator says Port of Seattle commissioners charged Port for personal expenses


The Seattle Times today is reporting that an investigator hired by the Port of Seattle Commission "found a number of improper expenses by commissioners, mostly travel-related, and said the agency lacked adequate policies to govern commissioners' ethics."

Port Commissioner Rob Holland racked up the most questionable expenses, according to the Times, charging $1,200 in personal expenses to his Port-issued credit card.

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