Finances and salaries for top executives are areas of concern.
Dan Tracy | Sentinel Staff Writer
Posted June 21, 2006
A state legislator and an Orange County commissioner called Tuesday for new laws requiring nonprofit agencies receiving tax dollars to be more open about their finances and salaries.
Their separate proposals were due in part to an article that ran Sunday in the Orlando Sentinel. The article examined the inner workings of the Central Florida Sports Commission and the salaries paid to its top executives, including president Randy Johnson, a retiring state representative seeking the Republican nomination for chief financial officer."