Earlier this week, Lake and Main asked “What is Ted Stambolitis Hiding?” The article pointed out that Lexington Town Councilman Ted Stambolitis’ failure to file a state-mandated Statement of Economic Interest (SEI) – apparently intentionally. Continue reading “UPDATE: What is Ted Stambolitis Hiding?”
As reported by Lake and Main in March of last year and again ten months ago, Lexington Town Councilman Ted Stambolitis’ residence qualification to serve on Town Council is questionable. Now, it appears he has chosen to ignore state ethics regulations as well. Could the two issues be connected?
A letter to FITSNews, purportedly by an anonymous “citizen,” criticizes the Town of Lexington’s hospitality tax with phony accusations and an attack on Mayor Steve MacDougall. As usual with anything published on that website, truth is rare.
In March, Lake and Main questioned the legal residence of Town Councilman Ted Stambolitis. It was pointed out that Councilman Stambolitis had built a home outside the town limits and, if he made this his primary residence, he would have to resign his seat on Town Council. It now appears he has done the former, but not the latter. Continue reading “Ted Stambolitis: Non-Resident Councilman”
After Monday night’s (August 17) Lexington Town Council meeting at which the proposed hospitality tax (H Tax) was discussed, I overheard two council members talking about Councilman Ted Stambolitis’ public statements and how they differed from those he shared with the other members. This sharing was done via email and I asked if the correspondence was sent to council’s official email address(@lexsc.com). If so, this would make it publicly available via the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Continue reading “Ted Stambolitis’ 80% Tax Solution”