Bed tax revenues jump again

Published: Thursday, October 4, 2012 at 09:53 AM.

The TDC board also continued to work through the final invoices from Kerigan Marketing.

Jack Kerigan explained to the board that three invoices, totaling less than $4,000, had yet to be paid despite the services, in this case television commercials, being completed. The invoices were not on the tracking sheet for the Board of County Commissioners.

TDC board chair David Warriner noted that the TDC had already assured the BOCC that there were no more invoices from Kerigan Marketing and requested Kerigan get with county attorney Jeremy Novak to vet the invoices.

Board member Jay Rish was less patient.

“All of this has gone on long enough,” Rish said. “This was an honest mistake. Jack is an honest businessman. We all know him. Pay the man his money. The services were provided. Pay the man.”

The board tabled the issue for discussion Monday with the Marketing Committee.

That committee will also take up a request from the Semper Fi Sisters for funding for shipping some 1,000 “Boxes of Love” to troops deployed overseas during the Semper Fi Sisters upcoming Beach Blast.

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