An AllOnCoweta exclusive – documents outlining Ex-Deputy Chief Todd Moore’s personnel records and the court filing by four Coweta citizens against the Coweta County Board of Commissioners.
The FOX5 I-Team posted a follow-up to a story from a previous investigation concerning the benefits given to Ex-Deputy Chief Firefighter Todd Moore. Moore was released from his Deputy Fire Chief duties after a complaint alleging misconduct had been filed.
Four Coweta County citizens are now suing Commission Chairman Tim Lassetter, Commissioner Paul Poole and Commissioner Al Smith for their actions which lead to an early retirement of Mr. Moore. The retirement package costs the taxpayers of Coweta $1.095M to allow Mr. Moore to retire early.
Below you will find a copy of Mr. Moore’s sealed files that were obtained exclusively by AllOnCoweta before the retirement agreement was put into place. These files have now been purged from Mr. Moore’s HR record. Additionally, we have added the complaint, as filed by the Plaintiffs in the case, as well as the Actuary Funding Statement and the final Retirement Agreement.
The complainant’s allege that the Coweta County Commission held a vote in violation of Georgia’s Sunshine Laws requiring an Open Meeting and agenda item at least 24 hours in advance.