Archive: All About The Hagan Grants

  • DENR, Commerce Reviewing Stimulus Grants

    RALEIGH — Officials at two state agencies are reviewing issues raised by news reports on federal stimulus grants made to a Yancey County resident and to relatives of U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan. Following news stories in various media, in October DENR Secretary John Skvarla and Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker asking…

  • Hagan Contractor Applications Raise Questions

    RALEIGH — U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan’s husband Charles “Chip” Hagan, a Greensboro attorney, certified to the North Carolina licensing board for electrical contractors that their son Tilden Hagan worked 3,500 hours installing electrical wiring and equipment over a period of 324 days in 2012 — requiring Tilden to work consecutive…

  • Hagans: It’s Worse Than We Thought

    Companies owned by Kay Hagan’s husband, their son, and his brothers collected an extra $137,000 in tax credits, and son Tilden Hagan behaved a lot like a project manager on the solar project at a Hagan building.

  • USDA Office Blocks Access To Hagan Grant Records

    RALEIGH — After first agreeing to allow Carolina Journal to inspect the documents relating to a taxpayer-funded U.S. Department of Agriculture energy grant to a company owned by family members of U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan, the USDA Rural Development office in Raleigh later said the matter was being handled in…

  • Hagan Firm Received Second Federal Solar Grant

    RALEIGH — JDC Manufacturing, a company co-owned by Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan’s husband Charles “Chip” Hagan, received a $50,000 renewable energy grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture in July 2011, less than a year after it got a $250,444 stimulus grant for a related project. The two grants were…

  • Stimulus Story Reveals Much

    The next time you have solar panels installed on your property at public expense, you may want to hire yourself to do the job. It worked out well for the Hagans.

  • Hagan Inconsistent About Stimulus Ethics

    RALEIGH — Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan’s account in Thursday’s Senate debate regarding ethics questions surrounding the $250,644 stimulus grant awarded in 2010 to JDC Manufacturing, a Reidsville-based company owned by her husband Charles “Chip” Hagan and his brothers, John and David, differed from a statement made last month by…