Thursday, April 01, 2010

Airport Authority's Clark Under Investigation By Florida Prosecutor

The Indianapolis Airport Authority hired John Clark, III as its chief executive officer knowing his controversial record in a similar position with the Jacksonville, Florida airport. Now comes word that a Florida prosecutor is investigating his tenure at that airport. According to the Star's Bruce Smith, a Florida prosecutor obtained Clark's personnel records through a subpoena he recently issued. Clark assured the Star he had done nothing wrong during his tenure in Jacksonville. News reports in Florida prior to his departure questioned lavish trips he took around the world at the airport's expense.

1 comment:

Marycatherine Barton said...

The Indianapolis Airport Authority needs to explain why it would hire as its CEO, such a profligate as John Clark.