If a raccoon crawled under your house (into your Michigan basement) and died, you can't tell me you wouldn't notice the smell. You can try to cover up the smell and ignore it, even as you become accustomed to the increasing odor.
Let's take a walk back in time, to September 2014.
Although the Grand Traverse Academy Board's meeting minutes would have you believe there was no longer any money flowing from Full Spectrum Management, we now know that assertion was indeed false.
As you can see below, according to an April 29 government summary, Steven Ingersoll received $54,950 in September 2014 from his crony, Mark Noss.
Wonder how many corporate documents Noss will have to wave around to get rid of that stink?