Report Blasts Fort Lauderdale's $32M Aquatic Center Deal

Law360, Miami (July 24, 2013, 7:26 PM EDT) -- The city of Fort Lauderdale engaged in misconduct in its awarding of a $32.4 million contract to replace the city's aquatic complex, including the International Swimming Hall of Fame, according to a report released Wednesday by Broward County's inspector general.

While the Office of Inspector General's investigation did not substantiate allegations of favoritism that prompted it to look into the procurement process in November, it did find that the city violated state law in its handling of the process and awarding of a contract for the...
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