Earlier this year, commissioner Chas Hardy called for a meeting of the board of commissioners to uncover who chairman Tom Crow is accusing of “hiding money” in the process to build a new EMS station in West Jackson. After almost four hours of questions and information presented by Crow on Monday night, there was no clear answer to Hardy’s question.
At one point, Hardy directly asked Crow: “Who are you accusing of corruption?”
“I see no corruption here,” Crow said. “Corruption is when someone puts money in the pocket. I see nothing that was dishonest. I don’t see things that were open and transparent so that we all knew what is going on.”
For the full story, see the March 20 issue of The Jackson Herald.