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Misconduct investigation moves forward


During a special meeting on Thursday night the Ferris City Council unanimously approved a motion to spend no more than $8,000 on an independent company to move forward with investigating misconduct complaints against city employees. During a meeting last week, the council adjourned from executive session to move forward with hiring The Bowman Group, to investigate complaints against City Manager Bill Jordan, Finance Director Melissa Gonzales and Economic Development Director Sean Overeynder. Gonzales and Overeynder have said they are not aware of any allegations against them while Jordan said that the investigation would show that he has not participated in any wrongdoing. Jordan alone faces at least 11 complaints. The nature of the complaints have not been disclosed. The complaints have been filed with the city’s attorney, District Attorney and the Texas Rangers. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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