Harla McClure

City Clerk Fired
4:00 pm
Mon October 1, 2012

Fired City Clerk Will File Lawsuit Against Murray

murrayky.gov

Former Murray City Clerk Harla McClure will file a lawsuit against the city for wrongful termination. Attorney Thomas Clay says Mayor Bill Wells declined to reinstate McClure as city clerk. Wells fired McClure in early September on allegations of lying about the theft of a $50 city sticker. McClure denies any dishonesty and says it was a misunderstanding.

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City Clerk Fired
4:08 pm
Fri September 14, 2012

Lawyer for Fired City Clerk Claims Termination Violated City Policies (Update)

murrayky.gov

City documents show that recently fired Murray City Clerk Harla McClure was let go due to a dispute over a city sticker.

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Government
4:05 pm
Wed September 12, 2012

Murray City Clerk Fired

Harla McClure
murrayky.gov

Murray City Clerk Harla McClure has been fired from her position. McClure directed requests for comment to a Louisville attorney specializing in employment litigation. Murray Human Resources Director Cathy Morris declined to comment on McClure’s termination.

Economics
9:00 am
Sun July 22, 2012

Murray ABC Coordinator Outlines the Lengthy Process of Going “Wet”

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This past week voters in Murray and Marshall County voted on alcohol sales in their respective communities. Marshall County residents answered “no,” but voters in Murray said “Yes.” Murray, currently allows liquor by the drink sales in restaurants. Those restaurants must garner 70% of their revenue from non-alcoholic products. Voters chose to expand alcohol sales to include package stores, but now, old ordinances must be reviewed and new one's drafted before licenses can be issued and stores opened.

Economics
2:59 pm
Fri July 20, 2012

Murray Starting the Process of Going "Wet"

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Despite voting to go wet this week, Murray residents still have a long wait until they see expanded alcohol sales at bars and stores. City Alcoholic Beverage Control Coordinator Harla McClure says the first step will begin when the vote is certified, which should happen today.

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