Peter Grenell does more than nap at Harbor District office, he operates a bank
Is Peter Grenell doing paid "bank" work during his SMCHD work hours when he's being paid by the SMCHD to do SMCHD work? If so, isn't that double dipping?
Is there a conflict-of-interest for the Harbor District? Is there a conflict-of-interest for Grenell? Is Grenell benefiting personally from the managerial fees the bank collects? Is the Harbor District paying Grenell’s travel expenses for “bank” related meetings and conferences? Does Grenell’s terms of employment allow him to hold a position as President of a “bank” in addition to his management position with the Harbor District?
The following is from the "bank" website:
Isn't this odd. The "bank" address is the same as the SMCHD office address.
All this veiled banking kinda makes us wonder why Harbor Commissioners Jim Tucker, Robert Bernardo, Will Holsinger and Pietro Parravano voted June 4, 2014 in favor of extending Peter Grenell's contract through 2016?
“It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and money system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.”
-Henry Ford, founder of the Ford Motor Company