Friday, August 15 2014, 07:51 AM EDT
Graysville Commissioners Hold "Secret Meeting" Without Mayor Or Chairman's Notice
A Tennessee city's internal problems continue to surface, even though its original issue has been resolved.
We first told you about disruption in Graysville last year, when the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation began looking into Police Chief Erik Redden and his alleged stealing of money from a traffic stop.
Redden was hired back earlier this summer, despite the 10 Grand Jury indictments against him.
Now, disagreements among city leaders are causing apparent controversy in the town.
Wednesday evening, three commissioners held a "secret meeting" without invited Mayor Ted Doss or Chairman Charles Kaylor.
City Hall clerks say while there, they made two hiring decisions, but officials don't know for sure because the commissioners didn't record the meeting.
We're told these types of meetings are illegal, but since the City Attorney resigned, there isn't much they can do.
All of the commissioners will be present in a meeting Thursday evening at 7 p.m. where some of those issues are expected to be discussed.