Charlotte City Manager Ron Carlee and Charlotte Fire Chief Jon Hannan speak at a press conference about the release of an investigator’s report into the firing of whisteblower Crystal Eschert, who claims it was retaliation for her complaints about a building under renovation.
Charlotte City Manager Ron Carlee and Charlotte Fire Chief Jon Hannan speak at a press conference about the release of an investigator’s report into the firing of whisteblower Crystal Eschert, who claims it was retaliation for her complaints about a building under renovation. Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
Charlotte City Manager Ron Carlee and Charlotte Fire Chief Jon Hannan speak at a press conference about the release of an investigator’s report into the firing of whisteblower Crystal Eschert, who claims it was retaliation for her complaints about a building under renovation. Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com

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