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Wednesday, February 9, 2011
At Broward IG Selection Comm. meeting, former Broward State's Attorney Philip S. Shailer was invited to be fourth member of five-person committee
Current members Timothy Donnelly, Sam Goren, Jan Jacobowitz and Shailer will select a fifth and final member at the next meeting and together must select an IG by March 12th. Next meeting is Tuesday the 15th at 3 pm in Room 422, the Broward Commission Chambers.
Personally, I would like to see at least one non-lawyer on the selection committee.
At the end of the meeting around 5 p.m., there were four people in the audience: Broward activist/gadfly Russell Setti, an attorney from Goren's firm, a reporter and... me.
It was an underwhelming start to say the least for Broward's new anti-corruption era, but a baby step is still better than the woeful status quo.
More on this tomorrow, hopefully with photos and video.
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