MoCo paid developers twice for the same work
Developers collected payments from Montgomery County twice for the same work, leaving taxpayers on the hook for millions of dollars, the Washington Examiner reports.
In addition to payments from Montgomery County bonds, the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission has paid about $3 million to the Artery Group of Bethesda and Arcola Investment Associates of Hyattsville, for a wastewater pumping station in the West Germantown Development District, based on a report from Inspector General Thomas Dagley, the Washington Examiner reports.
"The [inspector general's] recommendation is of great concern, because it implies wrongdoing and potential financial loss without any actual findings or basis in his report for such an assertion," Chief Administrative Officer Tim Firestine wrote to county officials, according to the Examiner.
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