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Former police officer sues city of Basehor, alleging wrongful termination

Of course it wouldn't go to district court in Leavenworth! They are involved in the case with the battery claims. Yes "claims" not "Charges".

August 23, 2012 at 7:40 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Former police officer sues city of Basehor, alleging wrongful termination

Answer to question 2: Because the city realized that our council screwed up. I am not saying Loughry didn't deserve to be fired, but you have to follow rules and contracts when you do something. Our council did not! Loughry was wrong in his actions but two wrongs don;t make a right!

August 23, 2012 at 4:41 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Basehor City Council agenda includes $200,000 settlement with former administrator Loughry

I think we should all take a minute to thank Dennis Mertz! I just wish he was financially responsible for his poor decision and lack of humility. Next time maybe Dennis will listen to attorneys who actually know what they are talking about! Thankfully there is no next time for him in this city.

August 17, 2012 at 10:46 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Basehor City Council special meeting and work session agenda: Aug. 6

Hey imagine that LR with yet another negative comment!

August 12, 2012 at 12:30 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Basehor City Council special meeting and work session agenda: Aug. 6

So LR, since the Basehor Newspapaer that is not run by our city and/or our city council didn't publish an article that you want, you think we should recall council members?! That makes less senses than your usual ramblings! Maybe they just had something else to report on, possibly the Kansas Primaries? Maybe the reporter was sick? Hell who knows! Could be a million different reasons! But you, being the conspiracy theorist that your are, instantly blame our city council who has nothing to do with what is printed in the paper or on this site! If you want to get a message to council and want to know what happens at the council meetings, you should probably go to a council meeting!

p.s. Nobody cares about the quotes and stories you post!

August 11, 2012 at 2:05 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Basehor City Council special meeting and work session agenda: Aug. 6

So, since the Basehor Newspapaer that is not run by our city and/or our city council didn't publish an article that you want, you think we should recall council members?! That makes less senses than your usual ramblings! Maybe they just had something else to report on, possibly the Kansas Primaries? Maybe the reporter was sick? Hell who knows! Could be a million different reasons! But you, being the conspiracy theorist that your are, instantly blame our city council who has nothing to do with what is printed in the paper or on this site! If you want to get a message to council and want to know what happens at the council meetings, you should probably GO TO A COUNCIL MEETING!

P.S. Nobody cares about the quotes and stories you post!

August 10, 2012 at 8:47 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Basehor City Council special meeting and work session agenda: Aug. 6

Thank You whostheboss.... Never heard of so many complaints from 2 people obviously afraid to do anything to make the situation better. No way ANY council will ever please LR and abouttime.

August 10, 2012 at 4:35 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Basehor City Council special meeting and work session agenda: Aug. 6

I can assure you that I know no more about the case than anybody else. I have worked for multiple large wealthy corporations and I have seen several claims of "hostile work environments". Unfortunately that is just how the world is. When some people don't get their way, they try to sue or scare into a settlement. MOST (not all) claims are just that. CLAIMS! His word against the employers. Once the pettitioner realizes they aren't going to get money just handed to them, they move on. Sounds like that happened here. A claim was filed, no settlement came from it that I have heard of, hopefully Cory has moved on before he has wasted too much money on lawyers. Again I can assure you that I do not know anymore than what has been published on-line. I do not know Cory or his lawyers.

August 4, 2012 at 11:13 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Basehor City Council special meeting and work session agenda: Aug. 6

Cory probably couldn't find a lawyer crazy enough to press his case! Probably just looking for a quick settlement and hasn't got it hopefully. Maybe the guy finally moved on. Maybe its not our council hiding anything because there is nothing to hide. People attempt to scare former employers into ridiculous settlements every day. Once they don't get their settlement, their lawyers usually tell them they aren't willing to go to court in fear of losing time, money, and their repuatation. Cory probably lost a lot in lawyer fees just for the notice of claims! Couldn't imagine how much one would have to pay a lawyer to go to court on a case like his!

August 4, 2012 at 6:16 p.m. ( | suggest removal )