I’d been under the impression that if you’re able to funnel public money to your private business because you’re voting on those specific municipal appropriations, going broke would be a near impossibility. It’s not as if government is running out of money any time soon, right? Well, Mark Wolfe has apparently accomplished the impossible after filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy earlier this month while at the same time campaigning about what a responsible steward he is with the money you are forced to give government.
You just can’t make this stuff up.
No mention has been made so far about his firing of Patricia Richie-Folks as treasurer of the Manassas Ballet (at the same time she apparently owns a construction company, curiously enough) for incompetence. Word is that Richie-Folks couldn’t manage to execute a T-shirt sale without basic math errors, requiring the Manassas Ballet to reach back with an additional assessment for $15 items unless they wanted to lose money on their fund raiser. And yes, this individual is running for City Treasurer.
What a pair. A person who can’t pay his bills spending your money, and someone who can’t do basic math cutting the checks. That’s your Democrat ticket in Manassas.
Hang on for a data dump of some court filings. I bet they’ll be real interesting.
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