A report from the Tennessee Comptroller’s office found Marion County road supervisor Jim Hawk local employee to use regional equipment hauling a lot of county trash, which the operator sold for $50 to $75 per load. At least one package was sent to Hawk’s home. Hawk argued that the land is free to the public. But the report said it could not provide any evidence that the government had announced the scandal to the public.
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