POSSIBLE LEGAL ACTION MISSING RECORDS
APRIL 11 LENOIR CITY COUNCIL MEETING/AGENDA
BY: PAT HUNTER
At Monday's April 11th Lenoir City Council meeting, an agenda item of much interest will be discussed. Agenda item number 5. "Discussion/Consideration of possible legal action in reference to missing records". Will Council and Mayor discuss this matter in an open meeting, or retreat to the backroom for another Executive Session? What will the TBI investigation reveal?
CLICK LENOIR CITY APRIL 11, 2011 AGENDA
Background: Knoxville News Sentinel Investigative series about the missing personnel files
SOURCE: KNOXVILLE NEWS SENTINEL
Reprimands for 4 city staffers not in personnel files
By Natalie Neysa Alund
Friday, January 28, 2011
LENOIR CITY - Four Lenoir City assistant clerks received written reprimands last year for falsifying time cards, breaching court procedures and writing a faulty warrant, according to documents obtained by the News Sentinel.
But the paperwork for the employees, who remain on the job, was not in their personnel files this week during a public inspection by a reporter, and city officials say they don't know where the paperwork is.
Newly appointed Treasurer/Recorder/Clerk Jimmy Wilburn and recently appointed City Attorney James Scott said they were unaware of the write-ups for assistant clerks Jennifer Jackson, Shelley Herron, Rebekah Haydon and Julie Harvey.
After Wilburn met Wednesday with a News Sentinel reporter, he and Mayor Tony Aikens asked District Attorney General Russell Johnson to investigate...
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