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Strange situation - The Chair of one public county board (A) is also the Chair of a second 501(c )(3) NFP board (B ), probably not a huge problem. However he voted on board A to buy supplies for board B using tax money from board A. He personally used the supplies as a member of NFP B which he voted to purchase as an elected member of board A. What happens now? This took place more than once.

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Unless you have a legal complaint that rises to the level of fraud, you will likely be properly classed as one looking for trouble. Unless there is a lot of money involved, you will also look very petty.

If you really think there is a problem, go to the police and file a complaint. Otherwise, use your time more productively.

-Bob

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Unless you have a legal complaint that rises to the level of fraud, you will likely be properly classed as one looking for trouble. Unless there is a lot of money involved, you will also look very petty.

If you really think there is a problem, go to the police and file a complaint. Otherwise, use your time more productively.

-Bob

Thanks for the answer. One instance is over $9,100. I wanted to find out if there was a conflict of interest or was I over reacting.

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