Former I-DOT Administrator Dinging For Hiring Neighbor
(Springfield, IL) — The state’s Executive Inspector General says a former top administrator at the Illinois Department of Transportation broke the rules when she hired her neighbor. A report released on Wednesday says that Laura Campbell lied when she said she didn’t know the woman she hired to be a fleet manager back in 2014. Turns out, the women were neighbors. I-DOT suspended Campbell last fall, and she retired back in June, but was rehired by I-DOT on a 45-dollars-an-hour short-term contract.
Benjamin Yount/acb IL)
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