PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Following a year-long investigation, the Auditor General released his findings Thursday regarding mismanagement, harassment, and discrimination at the Philadelphia Parking Authority.
The board of the PPA allowed former executive director Vince Fenerty to become a tyrant, according to Auditor General Eugene DePasquale.READ MORE: Wilbin De-La-Rosa Arrested For Deadly Hit-And-Run In Kensington, Police Say
“Engaging in sexual harassment, extensively manipulating leave balances for himself and other senior managers and ignoring outdated employment policies, neglecting employing training, and completely controlling the hiring of all employees,” DePasquale said.READ MORE: Justin Bieber, Lil Baby, Megan Thee Stallion To Headline Philadelphia's Made In America Festival
The audit found complaints of sexual harassment dating back to 2006. The team also identified nearly $78 million in revenue that the school district of Philadelphia potentially missed out on over the past five years.MORE NEWS: Frankie Lane Wanted For Allegedly Stabbing, Killing Girlfriend Inside Hard Rock Hotel Room In Atlantic City
The findings have been turned over to the Attorney General’s Office, the IRS, and the State Ethics Commission for possible further action.