FAIRBORN, Ohio (WDTN) - The Fairborn City Council cleared its city manager of discrimination allegations.
It met in executive session Monday evening for the third time in two weeks to talk about the performance of Deb McDonnell.
Some citizens claim she was discriminatory to Appalachians based on a memo she wrote denying them mediation services.
The city council said it does not find evidence that a discriminatory statement was made by the city manager.
Some don't like the decision.
"If they have to bite the hand that feeds them and not do anything for their citizens, then come election time, we need to get them out. That's all I know," said Juanita Pickett, Fairborn resident.
Neither the city manager nor any member of council would comment after the meeting.
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