Cordell mayor pledges to work for free after critical state audit
Mayor Alex Damon said he was surprised by parts of a state audit report released Thursday, but that he will volunteer his time as mayor, acting city administrator and general manager of the city’s utilities trust while the district attorney investigates.
CORDELL — An Oklahoma mayor accused of pilfering hundreds of thousands of dollars in public funds outside the scope of his elected office said he will work for free beginning immediately.
Cordell Mayor Alex Damon said he was surprised by some of the accusations outlined in an audit released Thursday by the state auditor and inspector’s office, but he said he will cooperate...
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