Would you vote for someone who practices business in an unethical manner?
It appears that Charlie Willsin and his cohort in business, County Commission Candidate the Z Man , have targeted those due the largest impact fee refunds and wrongly told the county some were their clients when they had not actually signed them. I guess the temptation of a big fat commission was too hard to pass up on.
Charlie Willsin and his associate, the Z Man, marked up a list of “clients” when in fact they were not really clients. By marking them up as clients the county staff did not send these marked up “clients” a letter and an application form explaining the refunds due them. So, of course, without getting this notice of refund sent to them by the county they were willing to consider Charlie Willsin and the Z Man to be their knights in shining armor if they were able to secure them a refund. The Z Man and Willsin would do all this work for their “client’s for a mere 30% commission of the refunded amount.. Hmmm
The Willsin/Z Man team were now positioning these “clients” to sign with them to allow Willsin and the Z Man consultants of Impact Fee Consultant’s to work through a very complex process (so they were being told) and help secure a big fat refund to these client’s. That would be all well and good if it really were a lot of work for the dazzling duo but, how much work could it be when the list of refunds already existed.
Hey we’re not talking peanuts here folks, We’re talking big refunds from establishments like the Art Museum, St. Edwards School and the Riverside Theater.
So, It appears that County Commission hopeful, Timmy Z Man and his partner in crime Charlie Willsin were marking up people as “clients” when they really were not signed clients. Funny too, that they marked up the big bucks clients like the Art Museum.
Now this is where it gets really interesting. Willsin says Z Man, the County Commission hopeful, was the one who filled out the spreadsheet, not me, no, no not me. “I didn’t mark them, Timmy marked them,” he said. “We were allowed to identify the clients that we were in talks with,” said Willsin, adding “there was no requirement” that a signed contract be in place.
Notice, This is the part where Willsin blames the Z Man. Hmmm.. Remember when Willsin would not take the blame for forging signatures on his petitions when he ran for County Commissioner just a few short year ago. . First off, he blamed Kay Clem, the Supervisor of Elections. With her, he was emphatic about denying that he did not forge signatures but maybe it was my son he said and sure enough it was his son. Look out Timmy Z Man. Most of us judge a man by his friends.
So, I ask again, would you vote for this guy we call the Z Man? I would hope not.