If the council doesn't reverse its decision to accept the independent investigation on Moss' alleged harassment of a city employee, Moritz says he intends to call for Moss' removal.
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
If the council doesn't reverse its decision to accept the independent investigation on Moss' alleged harassment of a city employee, Bill Moritz intends to call for his removal.
Thursday's Arnold City Council meeting could turn out to be a showstopper with emotions running rampant among its members regarding the alleged harassment of a city employee by Ward 4 Councilman Ken Moss. In fact, one councilman has threatened to call for Moss' impeachment if the council does not reverse its decision to accept an independent investigation on the matter. Arnold's Parks and Recreation Director Susie Boone claims Moss harassed her for more than two years after his sister was fired from the Parks Department. Moss has denied the accusations and said if he did something wrong, he would have admitted it. "I ask the five of you who voted to cover up Ken's activities to reconsider voting to accept the report of the investigation," …