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"Former JAA executive director John Clark under fire again at new job for travel expenses"
Friday, November 11, 2011
Former JAA executive director John Clark under fire again at new job for
By Nicole Hernandez
The Florida Times Union
A former executive director of the Jacksonville Airport Authority is under
fire at his new post at the Indianapolis Airport Authority, according to
Indianapolis' Fox affiliate, WXIN-TV Fox59.
John Clark was criticized last year in a City of Jacksonville audit for
expenses during his tenure at JAA, including reimbursements for a nightclub
and cigar bar.
Fox59 reports the Indianapolis International Airport has spent almost
$137,000 from January to August in business travel. Three executives' travel
expenses account for more than half of that amount.
Clark, now the chief executive of IAA, told the news station that the travel
is part of his responsibilities to grow business.
Montreal, Zurich and Phoenix were among his destinations, and part of his
expenses include time on a golf course outing while in Phoenix, which cost
$1,000, according to Fox59's report.
City of Jacksonville auditors question JAA spending, authority (Dec., 2010)
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