Another city audit gives Jacksonville management a black eye.
The latest analysis of city spending is targeting the Office of Special Events.
"We didn't like the bookkeeping. The bookkeeping did violate city policies," said city auditor Kirk Sherman.
He tells Channel 4 nearly $2-million in your tax dollars were not properly recorded in financial reports between October 2006 and April 2011.
Theresa O'Donnell directed the department during that time, but no longer works for the city. The audit finds she hired family members, didn't get permission to enter some vendor contracts, and submitted fake bills and invoices.
No money is missing, but it will be up to Jacksonville's General Counsel to decide whether to press charges.