The EPA spent $690,000 for Parking, which no one used during the last two years of the Obama administration. This photo shows the empty Parking lot in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Environmental Protection Agency spent nearly $700,000 for the Parking, which no one used during the last two years of the Obama administration.
The office of inspector general released an audit on Wednesday, the Agency will find a waste of taxpayers ‘ money to spend on subsidized Parking for employees at its Washington, DC, headquarters.
“Only EPA-headquarters (based in Washington, DC) and Region 4 (headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia) subsidized employee Parking,” the inspector general said. “These offices paid over $840,000 to subsidize employee Parking from 1. January 2015, until December 31, 2016.”
“In this time, none of the other EPA regional offices employees to benefit their employees with subsidized Parking that is not required,” the inspector general ” added.
Not only that the EPA take advantage of the use of resources on unnecessary Parking, would have on environmental projects, which is not used, it is also $293.45 per month for paid Parking lots, which were. More than a quarter of the Parking spaces of the EPA paid for its DC headquarters was vacant.
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