The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel spoke with South Shore Supervisor Pat Jursik about the firing Milwaukee County Parks Director on Monday. According to the story:
Supervisor Jursik, who is a lawyer, said she feared that Abele’s firing of Black exposed the county to potential damages. Jursik said Black likely has a good argument that her 2011 raise given to keep her in her county job created a contractual right to her job. If a judge or jury agreed, the county would be forced to argue the firing was justified for cause, Jursik said.
Check out the full story here … and these other local headlines.
- Caterpillar Union Bows To Demands (Wall Street Journal)
- Effort Seeks To Close Gap Between Jobs And Workers’ Skills (Journal Sentinel)
- Church Rally Offers Support To Sikh Community (Oak Creek Patch)
- First Lady Will Meet Privately With Temple Shooting Victims’ Families (Oak Creek Patch)
Also, NOW has published a new police blotter, including reference to a $3,000 theft from a safe on Southtown Place.