Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Kathleen Imhoff Fired as Lexington Public Library CEO
This excerpt from the Lexington Herald-Leader doesn't tell the whole story, but it does seem to indicate a lack of good judgment on Imhoff's part. (Be sure to take a look at the graphic.)
Kathleen Imhoff, the Lexington Public Library's chief executive officer, had $134,158 in cash and credit-card expenses in five years. The library, funded by taxpayer dollars, paid more than $81,000 for travel, more than $15,000 for gifts and special events and nearly $11,000 for meals. Of those amounts, Imhoff or others have reimbursed the library for $6,568.