By Nate Monroe A years-long JEA tradition of sending its board of directors on annual New York trips may be the next thing on the chopping block as the Jacksonville public utility finds itself grappling with a major shake-up and scrutiny from City Hall over its finances, Sunshine Law compliance and governance issues.
After Times-Union report, Curry asks ‘what the hell’ is going on at JEA, raises legal and governance concerns – Jacksonville.com
By Nate Monroe Mayor Lenny Curry expressed deep concerns about a Times-Union story Sunday detailing potential Sunshine Law issues and other concerns over a JEA practice of preparing scripted talking points in advance of its board of directors meetings, telling his top officials in an email over the weekend he wants to find out “what […]
Scripted comments in JEA board meeting draw scrutiny over Sunshine Law – Jacksonville.com
By Nate Monroe When JEA’s chief executive officer walked into the Aug. 18 board of directors meeting, he had at least one reason to think it would be a good day. Paul McElroy knew to a great degree of certainty that his boss, board chairwoman Helen Albee, would remark that the board “set some hefty […]