published Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

Second audit report comes out on Be Magazine


by Cliff Hightower

A second audit of a magazine run by Department of Education, Arts & Education Administrator Missy Crutchfield was handed out today to the City Council by the chairman of the audit committee.

Charles Millsaps, chairman of the audit committee, said the second report was similar to last week’s report by City Auditor Stan Sewell. Council Auditor Randy Burns handled the latest audit report.

Sewell’s report last week said there were instances of at least four violations by Crutchfield and department spokeswoman, Melissa Turner, for operating the for-profit online publication Be Magazine.

For more information, read tomorrow’s Times Free Press.

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skinemaxfan said...

So the end result is that Missy turner drew a new organizational chart on the white board showing that Melissa Turner no longer reports directly to her in theory. There were serious implications to the way Be Communications was structured and promoted, but all of that was swept under the rug after Missy smiled and said it was all a misunderstanding and that her heart was too pure to do something for personal gain. What a farce.

October 27, 2010 at 12:58 p.m.
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