Audit: Montgomery contractor violated law
A landscaping business that landed more than $2 million in Montgomery County government contracts in recent years violated county law by not disclosing cash payments to employees on tax forms, an audit obtained by The Washington Examiner shows.
The outside audit was initiated to investigate claims that JRP Management Resources Inc., a Burtonsville lawn-maintenance company, failed to pay contracted workers the required minimum wage -- $12.40 an hour -- for mowing, clearing and landscaping jobs in late 2008.
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