Friday, August 24, 2012

Kansas: Basehor City Administrator, whose firing sparked three recalls, receives $200K settlement, apology

In the denouncement to the Basehor recall, the former city adminstrator Mark Loughry received a $200,000 settlement and an apology for his firing for unfounded allegations of financial impropriety. 
The firing helped lead to the recall of the mayor and two city council members. The mayor supported Loughry and the two council members voted to fire him.
Apparently, the accusations were that he added extra health benefits to his contract and that he wasn't truthful about his salary at his past job.

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