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Schoharie County harassment probe release Thursday

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Attorneys will outline findings of a workplace harassment probe in Schoharie County government on Thursday, an unveiling one supervisor alleged is scheduled to impact the Nov. 5 election. The investigation stemmed from allegations by employees accusing department heads and county supervisors of yelling at them and other inappropriate conduct. The $300,000 cost of the inquiry, called a “witch hunt” by some, was the focus of a heated Board of Supervisors discussion Friday, when the panel ...


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