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Latest News for Ardsley Park (Unincorporated County Area), GA

Chatham County investigating internal collection of license and permit fees
http://savannahnow.com/ Chatham, GA
August 25, 2014
Chatham County officials are investigating potential financial control problems within the county’s Building Safety and Regulatory Services department. For years there have been previously documented concerns about the collection of money in the department — which is tasked with collecting, depositing and reporting county permit and license fees. At least one official has resigned. On July 29, Darrin K. Brown, operations coordinator and the third-highest ranking official within the department, submitted his resignation to Assistant County Manager Michael Kaigler. It is not clear whether Brown’s departure was related to the investigation. There have been allegations that suggest at least tens of thousands of dollars have gone missing from the department — and much more over...  Read More