HALLANDALE BEACH, Fla. –
Hallandale Beach’s city leaders have had separate interviews with investigators at Broward County’s Inspector General’s office as part of a wide-ranging inquiry into city dealings.
One focus of the inquiry seems to be the city’s 2009 purchase of a blighted property from its own city commissioner Anthony Sanders and his nonprofit ministry.
Despite the Broward County Property Appraiser’s estimated value of $146,360 for the land and building, the city commission approved a sale price $235,000, according to city records.[read more at local10.com]
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