Why would any commissioner need a city, taxpayer paid credit card in the first place?
In the old days we had a voucher system, you needed something it had to be signed off by the mayor or in our case ‘ first selectman.’
Many people, yours truly included wanted so bad to give her a chance?
Back when Regina Hill was running for Orlando City Commissioner many people felt sorry for her and voted for an underdog so to speak, beside her competitions past was also a little shaky?
It would seem that we might have made a horrible mistake?
Deputies raid home owned by Orlando city commissioner
2 suspects appear in court
Orlando commissioner faces thousands in code enforcement fines
Code Enforcement has fined Hill more than $22,000 for issues at her home on Baywood Avenue
9 Investigates the $50K Orlando commissioners spent with city credit cards
Commissioner Regina Hill spent $14,000 at stores like Walmart, Bed Bath and Beyond, Marshall’s and Old Time Pottery.
Hill said she bought office supplies and items needed for community events.
She said the $3,500 on travel conferences and $1,400 on meals were spent to do city business.
Hill said she couldn’t remember why tickets were purchased for a show at the Doctor Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.
She said she valet parked to avoid the short walk from City Hall across the street, where she said she puts in 60 hours a week.
She is not the biggest free spender, she is 2nd to Commissioner Sam Ings racked up the biggest bill, totaling $27,000; $15,000 of that was spent in travel, meals and catering, and entertainment expenses, including an $887 bill at the Amway Center and a $783 at the Metrowest Golf Club.
Orlando city commissioner says mix-up led to foreclosure ruling
A circuit judge in Orange County last month put a home owned by Orlando City Commissioner Regina Hill on the auction block, finding that she owed more than $160,000 in unpaid mortgage, taxes and interest, records show.