By Ben Wolf
Friday, April 13, 2007
The Georgia Ethics Committee says there is enough evidence to show Taylor accepted too much money from Ambling, a Valdosta-based development company.
The committee will deliver a written notice to Taylor. If he does not admit to the violation or respond to the notice, the case will be referred to the attorney general.
"I think there are a lot of problems with how they go about running money these days, but in all fairness to him it's hard to keep up with where all the money comes from especially when you are trying to raise the money at one time," said Lowndes County voter Michael Etheridge.
The Ambling Company says if any mistake was made, it was unintentional and it will do whatever is necessary to correct it.
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