Brown is cleared of all ethics complaints

The Florida Commission on Ethics has dismissed two complaints filed against Perry City Manager Bob Brown filed by a local business owner.

The Taco Times learned of the complaints in January.

Both were filed by Michael Frazier–owner of Frazier’s Auto Body & Repair–alleging misconduct in the handling of city property deeded to Brown’s daughter and her fiancé, and questioning the bid process used for the Farmers Market Pavilion at Rosehead Park.

On Friday, March 8, the Commission on Ethics met in executive session and considered the complaints and voted in both cases to dismiss them for lack of legal sufficiency.

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