April 11, 2007
Albany -- The WG&L Board is looking into allegations that employees tried get co-workers to sign a recall petition on the job.
There's nothing wrong with public employees taking part in a recall effort, but they're not allowed to do so while they're on the clock.
WG&L General Manager Lemuel Edwards confirmed that the board discussed the investigation in executive session. They did not make any final decision about the investigation or about possible discipline to any employee.
Those decisions could be made during the next full board meeting on May 3rd.
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