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Health director fired
Document details case against Meyer




After three days of intense closed sessions, the Wilson County Board of Health fired Health Director Felix Meyer Friday morning.

The board unanimously voted to terminate Meyer, effective immediately.

Chairman Ron Sutton then hand-delivered a letter to Meyer, who was inside the health department.

A short time later, a maintenance employee started moving items to Meyer’s car. Around 9:15 a.m., Meyer left the health department premises in his SUV.

The board’s action comes after several days of grueling meetings over personnel matters. The board also unanimously voted to appoint Wilson County Manager Ellis Williford as interim health director. He was present during Friday’s meeting.

Williford later said Meyer did not receive a severance package nor was he under contract. Meyer will be paid for his accrued vacation time and for the days he worked until his firing on Friday.

In a 14-page dismissal letter, the board outlined its allegations against Meyer as the reasons for his firing. They included breach of confidential information, job applicant pre-selection, retaliatory behavior, racial inequity, unethical/inappropriate behavior and other comments, policy and procedure violations and inappropriate use of qualifications preferences.

As an employee with career status, Meyer has a right to appeal. Any eventual decision by the Office of Administrative Hearings would be final.

 

Click here to read the entire 14-page dismissal letter.
‘BETTER OVER TIME’

Several health department supervisors attended a portion of Friday’s meeting where Sutton and the board informed them of Meyer’s termination.

"Felix is currently cleaning his office out and will leave the premises,” Sutton said. He continued to tell them that the board had made a decision to appoint Williford as interim director.

"I would ask the staff who are here to work with us during this process,” Sutton said. "We are going to recruit aggressively to find a new director.”

He also asked that supervisors begin to pass along the information regarding Meyer’s termination, the interim director appointment and that there would be a staff meeting later Friday called jointly with Sutton and Williford.

"I am just here for an interim basis and the board of health is going to immediately begin a search for a qualified health director,” Williford later said. "The health department is a wonderful community institution and will only grow and get better over time.”

 

THE FUTURE

Sutton said Friday that Williford has the "full support” of the board as it searches for a new director.

"We’ve got a lot of challenges ahead of us,” Sutton told The Wilson Times. "We’re prepared to tackle those challenges. The board feels like the employees of the health department do a very good job. They provide health services for the entire county, no matter income level, race, color, creed. They do that in a professional manner. The community needs to support them because they have a very good health department.”

Sutton wanted employees to know that they have the board’s support in everything they do.

"If crisis comes up in the health arena, we want to be prepared to handle it and handle it in an expeditious manner so that the people of Wilson County feel like they are protected,” he said. "We want to have the best health department in the state of North Carolina. We think we have that. Is there room for improvement? Yes. There’s room for improvement in any organization. We want to help our employees reach their potential. We want to provide quality services for the residents of the county and do it in an economical manner.”

Williford has asked Valerie Bulluck, a supervising nurse at the health department, to step in as interim director of nursing. The interim director of nursing had previously been Tammara Morrison, according to Denise Stinagle, assistant county manager.

 

MAKING THEIR CASE

The health board met with Meyer Thursday in what was termed as a pre-disciplinary conference. He later left the property.

On Tuesday, the board provided Meyer with a written confirmation that its members were considering terminating him based upon specific allegations that constituted unacceptable personal conduct, according to the letter. Meyer had "knowingly and willfully violated known and written work rules/policies/procedures in regard to recruitment and disciplinary issues.”

The health board said those include:

• Advertised positions prior to formal classification approval.

• Failed to coordinate salary information revising the Wilson County Pay Plan.

• Failed to conduct structured interviews and prepare documentation addressing employee decisions for the public health nursing director II position.

• Breached confidential applicant/employee information.

• Directed the human resources officer to expunge formal information from a personnel record for insufficient reasons.

• Failed to provide supervisory staff with necessary management tools/training to enable them to adequately perform their supervisory functions.

• Failed to ensure proper communication and notification to staff with regard to organizational changes.

• Allowed too much emphasis on "write-ups.” Both supervisory staff and their subordinates are not adequately knowledgeable of the disciplinary process; as a result, rules and regulations addressed in the State Personnel Act are not being properly implemented.

• Appeals/Grievance Policies are inadequate and not in compliance with rules addressed in the State Personnel Act. Currently, there are three appeals policies within the department causing considerable confusion.

• Complete disregard for the Sept. 28, 2012 Respectful Workplace Policy that prohibits lateral violence and disrespectful behavior throughout the department.

The health board contends Meyer’s actions constitute unacceptable personal conduct.

"Your management style, behavior and actions have resulted in disruption to the effective and efficient operation of clinic services within the Wilson County Health Department,” according to Sutton’s letter on behalf of the entire board of health.

Meyer breached confidential personnel information when he allegedly discussed qualifications and backgrounds of employees who applied for a vacant Public Health Nursing Director II position in front of each other in a meeting, officials contend.

Meyer violated state law, which prohibits releasing confidential, personnel information, according to the dismissal letter.

 

‘APPLICANT PRE-SELECTION’

While pre-selection is not specifically prohibited by State Personnel Commission rules, it is not good management practices and could deny otherwise qualified applicants the opportunity to compete in a meaningful way for employment and advancement, according to the letter.

In this case, the board alleged that Meyer’s actions regarding the vacant Public Health Nursing Director position divided the department between support for two different employees and as a result client services began to suffer. How Meyer handled filling the position created "chaos.”

"Your actions were both inappropriate and unprofessional as it has resulted in chaos for the Personal Health Division,” the letter states.

The board alleged he violated policies and procedures addressed in the North Carolina Administrative Code that addresses recruitment and selection as well.

When Meyer re-posted the vacancy announcement of the Public Health Nursing Director position, he allegedly tailored it to the employee of his preference.

 

‘RETALIATORY BEHAVIOR’

An employee who had applied for the nursing director position filed a complaint based upon "Discrimination, Employee Right Infringements, Breach of Personnel Laws and Hostile Work Environment” on Jan. 18. An outside consultant investigated those allegations and results were discussed with the board of health on Feb. 26.

On Feb. 27, that same employee was paged but unable to hear the extension number she was to call. Another employee notified her that the woman who Meyer had wanted to serve as the Public Health Nursing director was trying to contact her, according to the letter. When the employee arrived to the office where Meyer and the other employee were meeting, she couldn’t get in. The door was locked.

"I tried paging you,” the employee with Meyer told the other employee. "I knew you wouldn’t hear it.”

While that employee does have hearing aides, the board alleges it was the second time where the other employee vying for the director position had made "inappropriate comments in regard to her hearing ability.”

 

‘RACIAL INEQUITY’

Two African-American employees, who hold high positions within the department but are not considered part of the department’s management team were used as "window dressings” to give the primary appearance of proving diversity within the management team, the dismissal letter alleges.

"I believe that the times I was asked to attend certain meetings was to make it appear the meetings were racially balanced or I was a window dressing,” one of those employees is quoted saying in the letter. The employee, who is accountable for the state mandated completion of the community health assessment and the health department’s strategic plan, conducted many meetings where as many as 30 community leaders, visited the department. "... and you have, consistently, shown no interest or support for the activities being conducted,” the letter states.

The board alleges that Meyer made no effort to attend community functions with that employee who had asked him to attend with her.

The second African-American employee said her appearance with the management team "is at the behest of the health director and seems to be when he needs to show diversity (usually for someone outside of the health department).”

The employee said that prior to her start date, she attended the Accreditation meeting report at Meyer’s request. That accreditation is required by the state for health departments.

"Mr. Meyer made a point to address the ‘diversity’ concern with the accreditation team by implying that WCHD ‘aggressively’ recruited an African-American nurse for accreditation coordinator,” according to the letter.

The employee stated, "I found that referencing my heritage was a disheartening remark and that our society has long since abandoned such practices,” according the to the letter.

The board said his actions were perceived as addressing those two employees "differently” and utilized them on an "as-needed basis” because they were African-Americans, which was treating them in a discriminatory fashion.

The board alleged that other African-American employees at the health department indicated they were overlooked for promotions yet "continue to receive satisfactory performance evaluations.”

Other African-American employees within the department indicated that "fairness and equity” are issues and that they are not "seriously considered when vacancies which result in promotions occur.”

One employee who was "reduced in force” from a health department program was later reinstated at a lower classification and salary, yet other positions where she met minimum qualifications were vacant but offered to outside applicants.

"He uses blacks as pawns,” the employee has stated, according to the letter. Other African-American employees stated the following comments which are in the dismissal letter.

• "Blacks do not get the same treatment as white employees. Good bit of favoritism.”

• "Racial issues are a problem within the department — they are not treated the same.”

The scathing, 14-page letter continued:

"There is a perception that African-American employees have not been consistently treated with complete professionalism, respect and equity within the department,” according to the letter. "As you are completely aware and knowledgeable, any type of discriminatory action based upon the race of an individual is prohibited by law as addressed in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.”

 

‘UNETHICAL AND INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR AND OTHER COMMENTS’

Employees received a "verbal lashing” allegedly from Meyer sometime in August 2012, after he received an anonymous letter that addressed his management style and accusations of favoritism. Meyer closed the health department clinics and ordered a mandated meeting to address that letter. Comments Meyer allegedly made to employees at the meeting, according to the letter:

• "You may think that recent restrictions placed upon me have my hands tied, but I am still able to take disciplinary actions.”

• "I want you to squash them like a bug,” where he made stomping motions.

• "If there is anyone that knows who this ignorant person is, do not associate with them, as if it makes you just as guilty.”

• "If you know who it may be, you need to come forward.”

• "We will not tolerate this cowardly act — it generates bad publicity for our health department and it is not fair to the others in environmental health, social work and home health to have to deal with bad publicity ....”

 

‘MERE PERCEPTION’

The letter also alleges that an employee spent the night at Meyer’s home during adverse weather conditions when a shelter was set up for other counties. That employee maintained contact with other nursing staff assigned to shelter duty and openly discussed that she was staying overnight at Meyer’s home, according to the dismissal letter. They said his actions "constituted poor judgment” as a local health director rather than directing the employee to remain at the shelters with other nurses or the operations command center or a nearby motel.

"The mere perception of having a female employee remain overnight in your home results in a negative image for the Wilson County Health Department as well as disruption among the nursing staff,” the letter stated.

 

BACKGROUND

There were three closed sessions last week leading up to Meyer’s firing. There were many more closed door sessions in the past few months.

In August, county commissioners unanimously approved a resolution calling for the health board to take appropriate action concerning Meyer after he fired a third health department employee, Jennifer Bacon. That decision came on the heels of two former employees, Jewel Mosley and Constance Davis, who were also fired but challenged their dismissals in court.

Mosley received a $255,000 settlement from county government in September 2011, after she was dismissed from her job as a nurse from the Wilson County Health Department. Mosley alleged in her complaint that her firing was a violation of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), a federal law. A judge and state personnel commission agreed with Mosley and ruled that FMLA was violated when Meyer fired her from her job in June 2008.

In September 2010, Meyer fired Davis after she was unable to come to work, according to court documents. Davis was on medical leave due to being diagnosed with a form of cancer in February 2010. She had an operation for the first cancer, but was diagnosed with a second cancer.

Meyer, according to filed court documents, gave Davis until Sept. 3, 2010. The county paid her $30,000.

The commissioners’ resolution called for the health board to "review the acts and actions of Felix Meyer regarding termination of employees and take such actions as may be appropriate.”

Meyer was hired in 2007 and currently receives a salary of $92,978.

 

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Health department staff said...

Health Department staff: Please read the editorial for May 10, 2013. Also read the comments. Please know this community cares about you and all you have done for our community. Many thank yous!

Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 7:40 PM
Hiredalawyer.. said...

So they saw Felix hired a lawyer! As bad as this man was I hope the lawyer is a SHARK...so he can uncover the mess with these back door deals, lying leaders EW! I am a county employee & there is NO WAY EW didn't know what was going on. I dnt want Felix to get his job back but some more heads need to role including his lackeys!! They sited all these things in the letter, there is no way leadership didn't know what was going on, but when a niece of a high official gets fired, then it becomes an issue!!!! Oh we have a problem NOW!! Smh!

Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 10:12 PM
To John... said...

Felix reaped what he has sown. There were very, very few people at the HD that "loved him."
(maybe 3) Jon, you are using your delusions.

Monday, May 13, 2013 at 8:09 PM
In the know said...

Today was a good day. A new start in our health department. The past is the past. We are headed in the right direction. You never know, Ellis Williford and our interim DON may like all the changes they make and decide they want to stay with us! And that will be okay. They few employees that are still here with their negative attitudes need to go on down the road with Felix. Felix and his followers. So, turn your negative attitude into something positive before the other employees squish you felix lovers like a bug. Don't make me open up a can of raid!

Monday, May 13, 2013 at 6:29 PM
EW supporter & i'm shocked said...

Yes I am an Ellis Williford supporter. I am thankful to him for stepping up and volunteering to be the interim Health Director. So far he has treated us with respect. I don't care if he gets his salary and Felix salary as long as he gets this agency back on the right road. Yes he did give himself a raise back then and I went those years with you without a raise. At the rate felix was going, our agency was going under! Accept this: Felix is out. Sorry it took so long. Good things come to those who wait. Ellis stepped up to the plate to look after us until they could find someone. Hopefully they will look under every rock, every audi until they find the health director of our dreams. Felix needs to be squished like a bug, like to told us we needed. The interim DON has also stepped up and is leading us in the right direction. Everybody read and heed, put it all behind us and start fresh.

Monday, May 13, 2013 at 6:12 PM
Dear John said...

What planet are you from? The only people that loved felix was his 3 favorites. He was not loved by all! We are glad he is gone. The truth did come out and that's why he is gone. The truth set us free! He was there 6 years too long. Get back on planet earth.

Monday, May 13, 2013 at 6:05 PM Who hired.. said...

Who hired this guy in the first place and what makes everyone think that Ron Sutton and the Board can hire somebody who is right for the job?
And why was he allowed to stay so long? Too many questions and not enough answers.

Monday, May 13, 2013 at 1:07 PM John said...

Felix Meyer was a great health director, and the board will soon be sorry they fired him. He was loved by all, and the only ones who complained were slackers. SLACKERS!!!
He WILL return to his job when the WHOLE truth comes out.

Monday, May 13, 2013 at 10:42 AM Imshocked... said...

As I read this 14 page firing a lot a things popped in my mind...I am a county employee as well but I must say how in the world did this go on for 6yrs and nothing being done until Mayor Rose's daughter got fired! When the other two ladies were terminated, why were no investigations launched then by Mayor Rose, who seemingly saw it important to launch one when his niece was fired. It is a shame and a pity that these staff were subjected to this man's actions. Why did it take 6 yrs to do something about him? As far as EW is concerned what qualifies him to be interim director and is the hefty salary coming along with it? SMH at some of the things you see in Wide Awake!

Monday, May 13, 2013 at 9:53 AM Felix get out of Wilson County OUR beautiful county! said...

We want to squash you like a bug. The employees should file a civil law suit against this man so he would have to pay himself for all the damages he has done to them! Ready to shell out MONEY Felix?

Monday, May 13, 2013 at 8:42 AM too twin dad said...

think again. not hardly do we need him!

Sunday, May 12, 2013 at 10:06 AM To wow: said...

I only want an apology from Felix. He treated us like scum. He will never apologize because he didn't even like to speak to us. I am thankful the CC and BOH finally listened to us. He stayed way too long. I hope Ellis Williford will get this health department back in shape. Other apologies are not needed. I just want everybody to put this bad experience behind them and lets move forward. Start fresh and don't look back. CC and BOH : Please take your time this time and look hard to find us a decent health director.

Sunday, May 12, 2013 at 10:00 AM Fire Ellis Williford said...

To the Ellis supporters,
I am happy that he has finally helped you, and I truely hope he does an outstanding job as Interim Health Director. My request for his dismissal are based on numerous reasons. I to am a county employee, one that went without a raise while he "arranged" a HEALTHY payday for himself and the former Sheriff. I remember when he requested the county inspect the county building rather than the City of Wilson....reason he did not want to make them ADA complient. I remember him telling citizens to "kiss his butt". He told my department head he would never work with "the city" when they approached him to combine planning depts. 12-13 years ago. He had several chances to drop the case against Mrs. Mosley but HE chose to press forward. It IS the Wilson County Health Dept and HE is the Wilson County Manager. At this point is really doesn't matter as he has enjoyed his ride on the gravy train. I am happy Felix is GONE. He should have been gone a long time ago. Ellis should have been gone too.

Sunday, May 12, 2013 at 9:09 PM Wow said...

How in the world did he get to stay as long as he did?? This is crazy in this day and time! Shame on the Board and Ellis Williford!! You owe every employee a face to face apology!!

Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 1:00 PM Scared employee said...

Words cannot express how thankful I am to the County Commissioners, BOH Members, Ellis Williford, Sylvia for handling this situation. Thank you to each and every employee that stepped up to speak to Sylvia. That showed we are ready for things to get better. Ellis Williford sent out the nicest email to the staff at the health department. We are not use to that. We saw more of him in one afternoon than you did see Felix in a month.

Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 12:26 PM to twin dad said...

Are you insane! Danny Ellis. No way. He already has worked there so we already know how is. Think again. We need someone to bring the staff back together and not cause more division.

Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 12:22 PM twindad said...

It would behoove the Wilson County Board of Health to consider Dr. Danny Ellis for this position. Very humble man who always thinks more highly of others than himself.

Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 11:30 AM Becca said...

I hope Meyers never gets sick and needs help.He doesnt even Deserve to be taken care of... And I hope he reads every comment on here.NO body feels sorry for you. get a taste of Your Own medicine Jack !

Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 10:41 AM Reign of Terror!!! said...

This employee witnessed him on 3 separate occasions yell an employees name, wave his arms, and point at his feet for them to come to him! (At one end of a long hallway in front of clients) What a horrible and inhumane way for any employee to be summoned by him! Yes, a lot of employees were terrorized and scared to death of how he made them feel. His reign was to make most of us feel that we were nothing but dirt under his feet. He demeaned most of the Health Department employees so much. He was a Horrible Person and really did not care at all for our clients or most of us!


Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 10:35 AM Tamtam said...

Wow!! This is about the worst case of employee abuse I've ever heard of. Just wondering how he built up such a long career behaving this way? He should have been put in his place long ago! I'm happy for the employees... I imagine them upon learning of his termination chanting "ding dong, the witch is dead"... hahaha, guess he should just enter retirement now because no organization is going to want to hire him.

Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 9:34 AM Let that be a lesson said...

Now he has plenty of time to feel the pain that he has caused others. How in the world could he show no mercy to his sick employee's.
Well,,,,,, that termination letter showed him NO MERCY. ALL MANAGEMENT SHOULD BE FORCED TO READ HIS TERMINATION LETTER, BECAUSE THE MAJORITY OF THEM ARE GUILTY TOO. BUT THEIR DAY WILL COME
YOU ONLY REAP WHAT YOU HAVE SOWN.

Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 8:45 AM Wake Up Call said...

Meyer's firing should be a wake up call for other directors and managers who try to rule their employees with an iron hand. It's time out for playing favorites and firing people for being out sick. Employees should not have to be bullied when they come to work. I am glad Felix is gone. Now maybe the employees can work in peace and not have to deal with a bullying boss. And if you are a manager, director, or supervisor I hope you learn and start treating your employees fairly and justly!!! Managers, Directors, and supervisors do not think you are invincible and your job is so secure that you can't get terminated. You shall reap what you sow!!!

Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 1:30 AM To the man in the Audi said...

Hey you Hey you, What do you do when they come for you? Escorted out by the man with a badge. What do you do when they come for you? Put your stuff in a box and have it delivered for you into your audi. Cause you got to go! Go back where you came from.

Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 10:52 PM Ideas said...

Lets have a silent auction of the finer things in Felix's office and use the money for things we really need! We could make some quick cash. The remote to his TV will now collect some dust. Can I park in your parking space next week?

Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 10:46 PM Cakepops said...

To fire Ellis: Back off and leave Ellis alone! He has stepped up and is willing to be our interim health director. He is choosing to help us: are you? Where were you as our facility has been falling apart? Not on Glendale, so back off!

Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 10:43 PM Bit Chiz said...

Don't fire Ellis Williford over this. Fire him for moving the county offices out to the palace on the other side of Highway 301. That's a waste of our money.
But I'm sure Mr. Williford couldn't care less if he got fired. He's stayed long enough to make plenty of bank. But he needs to go.

Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 10:02 PM Good News said...

Now if the Board at the hospital had the same backbone and leadership that Ron Sutton has exemplified with the Board of Health.....perhaps Wilson Medical Center would be a better place!! Employees there need a new leader, too!!

Friday, May 10, 2013 at 8:27 PM To Fire Ellis Williford.... said...

No, No, No! He had no control over the firing of
Mrs. Mosley...He had no control over Felix Meyer and Felix Meyer knew Mr. Williford didn't! Do not blame him. Please know he was NOT involved and all the things that went wrong were Felix Meyer's fault! All issues fell under state personnel laws which only Felix Meyer broke and he broke a multitude of those!

Friday, May 10, 2013 at 7:55 PM Fire Ellis Williford said...

Hello County Commisioners,
Good Ol' Ellis "Fat Cat" Williford had to sign off on the extended fight against Mrs. Mosley's wrongful termination lawsuit. He is guilty as well. Let's send him packing as well. Great job Ellis, that was a great use of taxpayer's money.

Friday, May 10, 2013 at 6:05 PM Cake pops said...

We needed a breakfast grazing this am in the back parking lot of the health department as we watched to deputies guard us. We could have delayed opening 30 minutes and brought our chairs to sit in and watch. We deserved to see it. Many tears have been shed at work and at home. This is the best Nursing Week Gift we could have ever received.

Friday, May 10, 2013 at 6:04 PM Please Mr. Please said...

Dear County Commissioners, Board of Health Members and Ellis Williford: Please be careful and selective as you seek our next health director. Please make sure they are human and have health care experience. If I wanted to wear camo and salute I would have joined the army. Also, please take your time and find us a decent Director of Nursing. Someone with a backbone, that can stand up to people, can make improvements and handle the negativity. I wish you would consider putting Home Health and Personal Health under Debra Harris. She treats her staff well and provides communication. Please allow Mrs. Sylvia to come in and give the appropriate training the staff needs. We have a lady already there that has demonstrated excellent leadership skills and has many ideas for improvements if only she was given a chance. That would be Karyn Harwood. She stood up for all of us! She is a leader! she sould make an excellent Director of Nursing. I invite anyone to come out and follow her around for a day.

Friday, May 10, 2013 at 6:01 PM Helping Hands said...

County Commissioners and Board of Health: Thank you for sending Mrs. Sylvia to investigate Felix and letting us ventilate to her. Immediately she recognized problems. I cannot think of a better Nurses Week Gift than arriving at work this am to the seen of BOH members and deputies and then realizing they are here to remove a man that thought he was untouchable. Guess what Felix: You can be touched. And even though you had our maintenance man drive your SUV around front so the camera man wouldn't see you leave; it was still a beautiful site to watch your white audi pull out of the health department for good. Now, just get out of Wilson.

Friday, May 10, 2013 at 5:53 PM In the know said...

Unless you have worked at the health department, you will never know the verbal and mental abuse that we have endured under his "leadership"! I am very thankful to each County Commissioners, Board of Health Members and Mrs. Sylvia for listening to us and finally helping us with this problem. All we want is to take care of our patients and have a nice environment to work in. We have been taking care of our patients while enduring verbal and mental abuse, retaliation, understaff while serving more patients with more services than ever. The employees that have made it through his reign deserve some kudos because he never once appreciated us, showed respect or even cared for us. If one of us had a death in the family, he never acknowledged it. He never could say thank you for doing a good job. He just threw that nose up to us. Also a special thanks to Mr. Williford for stepping in as interim health director. He sent us a nice email today recognizing some problems and willingness for changes. I think we are on our way back to taking our health department back. I hope he walks around and notices the hard work we do with the minimal staff we have. Again, thank you CC, BOH and Mr. Williford for all you have done to help us get back on track.

Friday, May 10, 2013 at 5:49 PM Mick said...

Felix,
"You can't always get what you want,but if try sometimes, you just might find...you get what you need....FIRED!!!

Friday, May 10, 2013 at 4:59 PM said...

Next should be the upper management at the City of Wilson.

Friday, May 10, 2013 at 4:04 PM becca said...

So glad to hear this ! He sounds like he is a Heartless man!He has hurt many people that have worked with the Health Dept. Looks like the board Finally did their Job. GOOD RIDDANCE !

Friday, May 10, 2013 at 1:21 PM Karma..karma said...

its about time they got rid of that evil man!

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