Commissioner Miller Family Contracts Results in Change to City Policy

Commissioner Miller Family Contracts Results in Change to City Policy

The City of Tallahassee Auditor’s investigation into contracts awarded to family members of City Commissioner Nancy Miller did not identify any evidence that John Buss, Miller’s husband, inappropriately used his position to secure a personal benefit for his brother through the award of work to DPB &Associates. However, the audit found the approval of those awards […]

City Initiates Audit of City Contracts with Miller’s Family

City Initiates Audit of City Contracts with Miller’s Family

A month after Tallahassee Reports published a series of stories about the City of Tallahassee connections with family members of City Commissioner Nancy Miller, the City Auditor has initiated a special audit to look into some of those connections. Specifically, Auditor Bert Fletcher is looking into approximately $450,000 paid to DPB & Associates between October […]

Commissioner Nancy Miller’s Husband Approves $420,000 in City Purchase Orders for Brother’s Company

Commissioner Nancy Miller’s Husband Approves $420,000 in City Purchase Orders for Brother’s Company

Tallahassee Reports has confirmed that City Commissioner Nancy Miller’s husband, John Buss, approved approximately $420,402 in purchase orders for DPB & Associates,  a company affiliated with his brother, Rich Buss. John Buss is listed as a Division Director in the City of Tallahassee’s Underground Utilities Department. TR has recently detailed the relationship between Commissioner Nancy […]

Company that Employs Commissioner Miller’s Brother-In Law Received $393,000 in City Contracts

Company that Employs Commissioner Miller’s Brother-In Law Received $393,000 in City Contracts

Tallahassee Reports has learned a company that employs Rich Buss, the brother-in law of City Commissioner Nancy Miller, has been paid $393,000 over the last three years by a city department that employees commissioner Miller’s husband and Rich Buss’s brother, John Buss. The majority of the money was for a stormwater project in the Market […]