Commissioner seeks criminal investigation of BBEO

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South Florida TimesFrom the 2005 archives Lauderdale Lakes City Commissioner John Billingsley Jr. on Thursday said he plans to ask Gov. Charlie Crist to open a criminal investigation into the Broward Black Elected Officials, Inc. Billingsley also said he would ask Levoyd Williams, the BBEO president, to resign from his city commission seat. Crist’s office did not immediately respond to calls and emails. Williams could not be reached for comment. In an exclusive interview with the Broward Times today, Billingsley confirmed city hall rumors that he would put forth a motion at Tuesday’s meeting asking commissioners to formally adopt a resolution asking the governor to intervene with a probe into the embattled organization.

A solid waste in Lauderdale Lakes

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Once again solid waste will be awash in solid waste fees and the residents not seeing any benefit. Just like when Allen was really there and special assessments were jacked up making residents pay through the nose just so Allen could set on restricted cash to cover other deficits.

The Lauderdale Lakes Financial Rollover

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The last time Allen (with Brady’s oversight) negotiated a contract with BSO in 2011, he jacked the contract default amount from $8 million to $9.2 million at the eleventh hour and never told anyone.