“This dirty deal was forced on Flint by the Snyder administration,” chairman of the Michigan Democratic Party said.
Van Conway is known for hosting lavish holiday parties with scantily clad women.
The firm, Conway MacKenzie, hired Dillon after he was forced to resign as treasurer. Dillon helped the firm land a lucrative contract to help handle Detroit’s financial troubles.
Then-Treasurer Andy Dillon played a role in securing a lucrative contract for the Birmingham-based business, where he now works.
State lawmakers are calling for an “immediate investigation” after the Motor City Muckraker revealed that Dillon landed a job with the bankruptcy consultant.
Dillon was an integral part of getting Conway MacKenzie one of its most lucrative jobs ever, but he never divulged he and the CEO were longtime friends.
“The Governor needs to stop trying to cover this up and come clean about the sweetheart deals and cronyism that is rampant in the Department of Treasury,” Senate Minority Leader Gretchen Whitmer said.
But it appears the governor’s office had no idea Dillon was on vacation.
Although Dillon officially resigned on Halloween, Gov. Rick Snyder never stopped paying the former speaker of the state House of Representatives