ALBANY, GA (WALB) – A former top pick for the Director of the Albany Civic Center says diluted drug tests are the reason he didn't get the job. Lane Rosen told WALB Tuesday that he took two drug tests for the city, but both came back inconclusive because the results were diluted.
Rosen says the city's position that negotiations weren't fruitful isn't true, and that the reason he didn't get the job is the drug tests.
Rosen claims he took another drug test at an independent lab and passed.
Asst. City manager Wes Smith says the city doesn't discuss drug test results.
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