WASHINGTON'S LEADING BUSINESS MAGAZINE

Investigator says Port of Seattle commissioners charged Port for personal expenses

Says ethical guidelines are lacking.

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.