Originally Posted by RG1755
I've seen this type of stuff happening over the years to different organizations.
Does Little League have a set business model or a set way to handle money for its charters?
They didn't used to. I started a league and was the President. We had a 4 member board as LL requires (Pres, VP, Tres & Sec). At least in our case, the treasurer (a local CPA) wrote the checks and they had to be approved by either the VP or Pres. We met a couple times a month during the summer and once a month or so in the off season and everyone had access to what we spent and where. Obviously in the case here, it seems like they didn't have anyone looking over the funds except for the President. I would hope most leagues or organizations are smarter than to do things that way