N.Baltimore town official put on leave PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 11 September 2013 10:51
NORTH BALTIMORE - Village Administrator Kathy Healy has been put on paid leave.
Mayor Mike Julien did not disclose Tuesday the reasons for the leave, but said he was following the village's policy manual.
Council, which met Sept. 3, did not have to vote on the action.
Such a vote is not necessary, Julien explained.
Healy was placed on indefinite leave at the end of the work day Thursday.
Julien indicated he did not know the details on any allegations.
"I know that there is a question of things that were done, so until we know if that is (what happened) we follow our policies."
Julien said an outside firm will conduct the investigation into any alleged misconduct.
"We do not do self-investigations," he stated.
He said he "was made aware that there were things being looked in."
He declined to provide further information, adding that he did not want to perpetuate any rumors or half truths.
He said when the issue arose, he contacted the village's human resources consultant, who advise him on the necessary steps.
"They're checking to see if there's anything that needs to be investigated."
Healy was hired in the village in 2007.
She could not be reached this morning for comment.

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