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Pinal Public Works: It was like ‘Animal House’ over there

Massive problems in county department outlined in report

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Posted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013 8:59 am | Updated: 12:03 pm, Tue Dec 3, 2013.

FLORENCE — Three Pinal County employees, including Assistant County Manager of Development Services Greg Stanley and Public Works Director A.J. Blaha, were placed on paid administrative leave last Wednesday by County Manager Fritz Behring after an outside investigation revealed a number of violations had occurred.

Tina Lawson, business manager in the public works department, was the third employee placed on administrative leave.

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