• November 28, 2014

City offers details on engine theft

Investigation of incident led to firing of two employees

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3 comments:

  • ralphiemay posted at 1:31 pm on Mon, Feb 25, 2013.

    ralphiemay Posts: 1

    The sad part is the real truth will never be heard. The city needs to look in ALL of their departments but that will never happen. You are so right Viktor about the waste within the city.

     
  • rocketbalz posted at 11:35 pm on Thu, Feb 21, 2013.

    rocketbalz Posts: 1

    Ain't no junk engine worth $400...

     
  • Viktor posted at 10:11 pm on Thu, Feb 21, 2013.

    Viktor Posts: 317

    More litigation in the City of Killeen by ex-employees? Say it isn't so. If there was ever a model for waste within city government Killeen & city cronies would take the cake.