Austin officials have hired an outside lawyer to investigate the director of a city department tasked with shielding the city from fraud and waste amid allegations that he might have improperly used city resources, the American-Statesman has learned.
City Auditor Kenneth Mory has been the target of an inquiry since at least mid-May, according to interviews and documents obtained under Texas open records laws. He remained on the job as of Thursday.
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