More Closed-Door Meetings at CPU in Clarksdale

CLARKSDALE, MS (Ben Caxton) — The board of Clarksdale Public Utilities met Wednesday in executive session to officially acknowledge the city’s offer to settle the federal lawsuit brought by the utility commission. They also voted to extend the investigation being conducted by attorney Jim Herring who is looking into allegations against General Manager Mark Johnson, CFO Steve Reed, and communications director Chris Campos that include violating CPU policy and federal wiretapping statutes. The investigation was originally supposed to be completed this week but the three executives will remain on paid suspension until August 28th.


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