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Prosecutor seeks review of program

Smart Energy Solutions record keeping in question

August 1, 2013

PARKERSBURG — Wood County Prosecutor Jason Wharton has advised county commissioners they need to review financial practices for the Smart Energy Solutions Program, citing concerns over record keeping....

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BakerKat

Aug-01-13 8:38 AM

No there have been 15 or so, certainly shouldn't count the 3 assessments Dunn had for himself. Curious who can get these and how much they are allowed to make and still get this help. Hope he keeps better records at his own business, but I know that's not true. He tried to double bill me and my mom before - last visit for me.

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wvubob

Aug-01-13 8:59 AM

Mr. Dunn does not not seem to be able to stay away from controversy. In my opinion he has squandered much of the trust that voters had afforded him.

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Easygoing

Aug-01-13 9:05 AM

Something "fishy" here.. just another reason to say bye bye to tree hugger Dunn.. And how is it HIS home qualified for this audit and yet no one eases has? He needs financial assistance like I need another bad root canal from his office.. I keep my distance from this man at all cost. Of coarse he thinks things are just fine the way they are..he answers to no one but himself.. like I said .. some "stinky fish" is going on.

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Privatized

Aug-01-13 11:44 AM

From a web search engine... "Schwaab, Inc was established in 1881 and is one of the leading manufacturers of pre inked stamps in the US. Schwaab, Inc. offers stock rubber stamps, ink ..."

The phone minutes happened to be the exact same cost as one rubber stamp.

Might be informative to look at the phone, but I haven't had all my coffee yet.

There does seems to be an odor of fish.

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rightfacts

Aug-01-13 4:49 PM

Makes one wonder how long Mr. Wharton has know about this. Bet it just did not surface. After all he is the County Attorney and attends all the meetings. This is the smoke rising, now watch for the fire. It will be interesting PN&S to research (question) the Commission and Attorney as to how long have they known this. Bet it did not just pop up. Time to circle and cover the tracks?

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