BOCC, commissioners sued in federal court

Published: Thursday, April 25, 2013 at 10:03 AM.

The board further erred by not having in place a policy to protect the plaintiffs constitutional rights to free speech and expression and failed to adopt a policy even after learning of the damage and harm to plaintiffs, including “grave mental anguish, pain and suffering, loss of capacity for enjoyment of life, embarrassment, humiliation, loss of reputation, lost employment opportunity and lost wages.”

McElroy is additionally sued for abuse of power – due to her allegedly providing the recommended path for the BOCC and individual commissioners to engage Garth and the PAC – and for defamation of character.

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