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Kennesaw employee who won $1.8 million race discrimination lawsuit says work environment improving

Willie Smith, the Kennesaw Public Works Department employee who sued the city two years ago, told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the work environment has improved in the two years since the city agreed to pay $1.8 million to settle the lawsuit.

Smith, Stanley Mitchell, and Gary Redd claimed that they were subjected to racial discrimination while on the job.  Their lawsuit listed a number of city officials as defendants, including Mayor Mark Mathews, then-City Council member John Dowdy, sanitation supervisor Tim Letner, and public works director Woody McFarlin.

Read more at Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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Kennesaw employee who won $1.8 million race discrimination lawsuit says work environment improving
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