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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 3, 1997
A former city planning associate who charged her firing by city officials violated federal disability laws will no longer seek to get her job back, her attorney said. In a letter to the city, an attorney for Sallyanne Mallen withdrew an appeal to reinstate Mallen, who suffers from Epstein Barr virus, a chronic fatigue condition. Mallen, 50, has accused the city of violating federal laws by refusing to accommodate her disability.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 11, 1997
The City Council will decide whether to uphold the firing of former planning associate Sallyanne Mallen despite her withdrawal of an appeal to regain her job, the mayor said. In a letter to the city last week, an attorney for Mallen withdrew the appeal to reinstate the nine-year city employee, who claims to suffer from Epstein Barr virus, a chronic fatigue syndrome.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 11, 1997
The City Council will decide whether to uphold the firing of former planning associate Sallyanne Mallen despite her withdrawal of an appeal to regain her job, the mayor said. In a letter to the city last week, an attorney for Mallen withdrew the appeal to reinstate the nine-year city employee, who claims to suffer from Epstein Barr virus, a chronic fatigue syndrome.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 3, 1997
A former city planning associate who charged her firing by city officials violated federal disability laws will no longer seek to get her job back, her attorney said. In a letter to the city, an attorney for Sallyanne Mallen withdrew an appeal to reinstate Mallen, who suffers from Epstein Barr virus, a chronic fatigue condition. Mallen, 50, has accused the city of violating federal laws by refusing to accommodate her disability.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 25, 1997
Sierra Madre officials held a closed-door hearing Tuesday on whether to fire an employee who is suing the city in federal court for allegedly violating her rights under the Americans With Disabilities Act. Sallyann Mallen, a city planning associate for 10 years, was placed on administrative leave June 11 and given a termination notice. She is entitled to a hearing before the notice takes effect.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 30, 1997
A veteran Sierra Madre building inspector who had considered suing the city after officials had him followed by a private investigator has dropped his plans to pursue litigation, a city official and the inspector's wife said Thursday. City officials acknowledge that they paid a private investigation firm $1,400 to keep an eye on Stephen Pock, a city building inspector for 11 years, after allegations by residents and colleagues that he was not putting in a full day's work.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 25, 1997
Sierra Madre officials held a closed-door hearing Tuesday on whether to fire an employee who is suing the city in federal court for allegedly violating her rights under the Americans With Disabilities Act. Sallyann Mallen, a city planning associate for 10 years, was placed on administrative leave June 11 and given a termination notice. She is entitled to a hearing before the notice takes effect.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 30, 1997
A veteran Sierra Madre building inspector who had considered suing the city after officials had him followed by a private investigator has dropped his plans to pursue litigation, a city official and the inspector's wife said Thursday. City officials acknowledge that they paid a private investigation firm $1,400 to keep an eye on Stephen Pock, a city building inspector for 11 years, after allegations by residents and colleagues that he was not putting in a full day's work.
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