The controversy surrounding Detroit Metro Airport CEO Turkia Mullin now moves into a new phase. Mullin could find out as early as Monday afternoon whether or not she gets to keep her $250,000 a year job.
A special meeting has been called by the Airport Authority Board for Monday after demands that embattled CEO Turkia Mullin step down.
Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano Turkia Mullin has returned the controversial severance pay she received after leaving her job to become the director of Metro Airport.
A new worry for Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano, as he’s now the target of a recall petition.
Under pressure of an FBI investigation, Robert Ficano has suspended a special severance plan that could have paid hundreds of political appointees hefty packages.
“Not at all. Not at all. I’ve not done anything wrong,” Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano said.
One day after FBI agents served subpoenas at Wayne County offices, county commissioners will meet to discuss the growing severance pay scandal. Meanwhile, former Ficano appointee Steve Hood says he’s not surprised by the scandal.
Wayne County’s top elected official has hired a lawyer to represent him in an FBI investigation of a severance deal with a high-ranking employee.
The Michigan Attorney’s office confirms that the FBI will look into a $200,000 severance deal given to former Wayne County Development Director Turkia Mullin.
The man who asked for an investigation into a controversial severance pay deal for the new director of Detroit Metro Airport says he’s being bullied.