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Parker and his attorneys get $120,000
Settlement doesnt reveal former city managers share
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The amount the city of Statesboro’s insurer is paying to settle former City Manager Frank Parker’s breach of contract and whistleblower lawsuit over his June 2014 firing is $120,000. However, that amount includes his attorney’s fees and other legal expenses. What share of the money will go to Parker himself is not revealed in the settlement agreement, obtained Thursday under a Georgia Open Records Act request.
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