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November 26, 2002

Albany - The jobs of some high ranking Albany city employees are in jeopardy. On Tuesday, city commissioners voted not to renew the contract of four city employees -- the city manager, city attorney, city clerk, and the assistant city clerk.

Only Mayor Tommy Coleman and Commissioner David Williams voted against the motion to not continue the contracts. Commissioners want to change the wording of the 2-year contracts, and the current employees may get rehired. City manager Janice Allen Jackson would not comment on the possibility that she will lose her job when her current contract runs out in January of 2004.

Posted at 10:25 PM by kathryn.murchison@walb.com

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