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it," she answered.
"Why would she want to discard receipts? Because it proves her point if she has them. So I don't think Ms. Askins is the one discarding them," he insisted.
But NewsChannel 5 Investigates had started checking the agency's dumpsters. Inside the trash, we found some of the very receipts we'd been looking for.
So why would the attorneys say there is no documentation for some of this?
Which brings us to the question of how Living the Dream got its money. Two years ago, Askins transferred the first $300,000 from UCDD money to Living the Dream. Since then, the agency has continued to pour money into the project.
Recently, the UCDD board called a special meeting to retroactively approve that $300,000 seed money saying they could find no documentation in the agency's official minutes that they had ever actually voted on it.
The controversy fully erupted this past Friday when two local residents showed up to question the board that oversees the UCDD.
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But what the board did not know was that Askins' office had already given NewsChannel 5 Investigates a bogus set of minutes for February 2010, showing that the Living the Dream money had indeed been approved.
That led UCDD's local lawyer to recommend that the agency hire a Nashville law firm.
"Can you explain why we would have found receipts thrown into the trash behind your office here?" we asked Askins.
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That exchange came after word leaked out about what our investigation had discovered on this 11 acre farm in rural Putnam County. UCDD officials poured more than a million dollars into a Mediterranean style house to create a retirement home named Living the Dream.
Many of those documents relate to the million dollar house that the Upper Cumberland Development District executive director Wendy Askins hopes to turn into a retirement home for seniors, at the same time she's made it her own home.
For example, there were some some suspicious looking receipts where Askins claimed to have reimbursed the agency for personal expenditures. When we asked to inspect the original receipt book, we found pages had been torn out.
"Should have to hire an attorney to investigate your own agency?" we asked the two men.
Foster suspects someone may be trying to sabotage the executive director.
"Probably, not," Foster acknowledged. "But I think because of the implications that we felt like we should, probably."
In fact, our investigation found multiple Living the Dream checks that Askins wrote to herself for which those new attorneys say they cannot locate documentation.
under Tennessee's public records law we discovered even more questions.
"Absolutely, there's documentation of every check that's been written to me absolutely," Askins told us.
Board chairman Mike Foster and vice chair John Pelham said those lawyers are also conducting an internal investigation.
"I have no idea, I have no idea," she said. "I don't take the trash out."
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"When they are wasting money, I can see it and I don't have to be an accountant or Nike Air Vapormax Flyknit Platinum a lawyer or a genius to see it," Herron said afterwards.
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