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Miles City Mayor Butch Grenz

Miles City, MT: A Miles City employee has accepted a $20,000 offer of judgment to end a human rights case against her former mayor. The Montana Human Rights Bureau ruled that former Mayor Butch Grenz discriminated against city building inspector Joy Fleming and caused a hostile work environment. Grenz resigned in April 2006 after 15 months as mayor. Fleming, who is also the city's engineering technician, agreed to $20,000 plus attorney's fees to end the human rights case, said her attorney, Timothy Kelly. The city was also named as defendant in its' failing to take action on repeated complaints by those other than Fleming for similar discriminatory offenses. (Jan-24-07) [BILLINGS GAZETTE: CITY DISCRIMINATION]

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Published on Jan-25-07


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