AJC investigation: DeKalb commissioner, aide spent $11,000 on meals

DeKalb taxpayers picked up the tab for more than $11,000 in restaurant meals purchased by DeKalb County Commissioner Elaine Boyer and her chief of staff, Robert Lundsten in 2012 and 2013, spending records show. Together, they averaged two meal purchases a week in 2012 and three a week in 2013 — although on occasions each used their county Visa card to pay for two meals a day. Her apparent favorite: Matthews Cafeteria. His: Big Tex. Boyer said all the meals were for meetings with constituents.

Check out the full list of meals at myajc.com

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