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FIPHD Forensic Audit Results – We Were Correct!

WATSEKA, IL. (ECWd) –

After several months wait, the audit results are finally in!

If you can remember back almost a year ago, we started reporting on problems within the Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department. At the time we were ridiculed as being crazy and publishing false information and allegations.

These people even went so far as to issue us “take down demands” and “cease and desist” letters, and demands for return of public records provided to us thru FOIA…LOL…even those can’t stop the Truth!

The table has finally turned, and our reporting has been proven to be 100% accurate…….YET AGAIN!

There are still those from the Ford County Board that deny everything, but they are the same ones that refused to look at any of the public records we gave them. They still deny, even when faced with the results of the forensic audit – we will report on that in a future article.

The Paxton Record got it right as well!

For now, enjoy the video and download the audit summary HERE.

HERE are all the past articles on the FIPHD.
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  1. I still they they are paying an obscene amount to the interim director for what little he does.
    $260,000 or so for 9 months work? Really? What can he possibly do to be worth that much at that job?
    Maybe they should just close down the whole health department excepting the essential services?.

    • Jeff, it sometimes is very expensive to fix the neglect and insufficient oversight of board members who aren’t doing their job. And fixing the illegal activity of the former director of the FIPHD and some of his higher staff is also expensive. One usually gets what he pays for, and FIPHD is getting excellent leadership it its effort to clean up the mess. Unfortunately, it may cost a lot more before all the criminal activity and incompetence is fully straightened out. There needs to be charges filed for the felony bid rigging and lord knows what else went on.

      • And don’t get me started on the secret document shredding on a national holiday by a professional document shredding company. I don’t know if health department documents may be shredded without state of Illinois approval, but I can tell you any governmental body cannot shred, forever, without state permission. That goes all the way from the top down to township government, fire departments, and drainage districts. The favored few that helped with that fiasco should be subpoenaed to tell what they know.

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