On Wednesday, opponents of Alachua County Commissioner Cynthia Chestnut released a statement, accusing her of nepotism.
They say it is improper that her step-daughter-in-law, Tiffany-Watts Chestnut, serves as a the program manager for CHOICES, a tax-dollar funded program that offers health care to low-income and uninsured people.
Cynthia Chestnut is vice chair of the CHOICES board, and according to the program's website, Tiffany was hired in 2008.
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