TDC members sound off on state subpoenas (VIDEO)

Published: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 11:12 AM.

“No one from the state ever contacted me and said, ‘Hey, Bobby, we want you to come,’ ” Nabors said Monday evening. “I heard it was just going to be a lot of political grandstanding.”

He said the committee’s decision to subpoena TDC members doesn’t make sense.

“They’re subpoenaing the volunteers who met once a month or once a quarter,” Nabors said. “But what about the full-time employees who spent 40 to 60 hours a week working hand in hand with Mark Bellinger?”

Nabors said he would have legal representation as a city councilman and would testify before the committee if subpoenaed.

The Auditing Committee, which is made up of six state representatives and five senators, questioned county officials about the TDC scandal for more than two hours Monday.

VIDEO: County officials appear before Florida auditing committee.

The committee also ordered a countywide audit of Okaloosa County’s finances as well as the Clerk of Court’s office.

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