Resolution Needed To Approve Scherman's Late Travel Reimbursement Request

City council member seeks $60.83 for July mileage expenses The Elk Grove City Council will need to approve a consent calender resolution at ...




City council member seeks $60.83 for July mileage expenses


The Elk Grove City Council will need to approve a consent calender resolution at next Wednesday's regular meeting to enable council member Sophia Scherman to be reimbursed for July, 2009 mileage expenditures.

The resolution is needed as Scherman submitted her month travel expenses well past the 30 day requirement.

Scherman's September mileage reimbursements are not part of the resolution.

Scherman violated existing travel expense resolution she signed in 2006

The resolution on next week's council's consent calendar seeks to approve Scherman's expenses that were submitted in violation of resolution 2006-295. That resolution says expenses should be submitted within 30 days.

In August Scherman submitted travel expenses for the first six months of the year in hand written notes that were barely legible.

Resolution 2006-295, which governs city expense reporting requirements, was signed by Scherman.

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Phillip Stark said...

$1.10 for a 2 mile trip? Must mean both ways. Which must mean it was a one mile (one way) trip ... which means ...Ms. Scherman could have walked!? Pretty stingy to claim a 2 mile round trip mileage reimbursement. Get that lady a pedometer! She's obviously losing money by not claiming her trips TO and FROM the house to the car and the car to the event. Not to mention her walking around, mingling expenses. Good grief! It would be funny were it not so sad.

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