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City employee claims retaliation for whistleblower complaint


Last updated 4/19/2022 at 11:08pm

A City of Edmonds employee is seeking $500,000 after she said she suffered retaliation after engaging in whistleblower activities.

Lacey Gray has worked with the City for 2.5 years. Her Linkedin page says she is an administrative assistant.

In her claim filed April 5, Gray claims witnesses as Administrative Director Dave Turley, Human Resources Director Jessica Neill-Hoysen, Deputy City Clerk Nick Faulk, Scott Pathe, Susan Quan, and Chelsea Meritt, among others.

The Beacon has filed a public records request in an attempt to get more information.


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