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Former deputy emergency management director claims sexual discrimination

A lawsuit from a former deputy director of Cayuga County’s Emergency Management Office says the county sexually discriminated against her by creating a work environment so hostile “she had no choice but to resign.”

Filed in state Supreme Court last Friday, the lawsuit from Maureen Conley says she was the victim of “hostile and retaliatory treatment at the hands of her colleagues and supervisors.”



Conley, a 10-year employee at the emergency office, resigned in late January of this year along with Director W. Douglas Whittaker, who had just been appointed to that position in December.

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