Phoenix Councilman Nowakowski, executive VP of the Cesar Chavez Foundation, denies knowledge of land deal with City of Phoenix

In a brewing scandal, Michael Nowakowski, an executive vice president with the Cesar Chavez Foundation, is claiming that he was wholly unaware that the organization was looking to acquire land owned by the City of Phoenix, where he also happens to serve as an elected member of the City Council. Even more scandalous? The property is in the specific district Councilman Nowakowski represents.

Sound like a convincing argument? We don’t think so, either. And we’re not the only ones…

As Laurie Roberts in the Arizona Republic points out:

Put another way, Nowkowski, one of two executive vice presidents for the Cesar Chavez Foundation, had no idea that the Chavez Foundation was working on a proposal to build a $112 million apartment/retail project on prime property that lies within the district that Nowakowski represents as a city councilman…

That’s about as believable as Hilary Clinton saying she did not send or receive classified emails on her private server…

Unlike Clinton, however, Nowakowski will turn over all documents related to this case.

We’ll wait and see which way the money goes on this one.

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