PORT ALLEN, La. – Former Mayor Derek Lewis appeared before the Port Allen City Council to make his case that the city owes him about $19,000 in accrued vacation pay.
Lewis resigned in June, just hours before he pleaded guilty in Baton Rouge federal court to a racketeering charge.
Lewis admitted he accepted bribes from undercover operatives posing as businessman who were looking for a city contract. The phony businessmen were pitching a government-created garbage can-cleaning service known as Cifer 5000.
On Wednesday, an agitated Lewis told council members to check the minutes from a March 2010 City Council meeting during which the former mayor declared he was taking his first-ever vacation while in office.
The Advocate reports (http://bit.ly/qwmpLP ) council members could vote on the issue at their next meeting
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