Sandra Emerson, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Created: 01/03/2012 11:44:27 AM PST
UPLAND – Former City Manager Robb Quincey must resolve his disputes with the city through arbitration.
The city recently rejected a claim filed by Quincey in November seeking unlimited damages as a result of his termination in May.
Quincey’s attorney Joseph Wohrle filed a petition last week with the West Valley Superior Court in Rancho Cucamonga seeking arbitration in accordance with his employment contract. The petition requests the court appoint an arbitrator.
“What we want is for the city to honor its duly authorized contract commitment and be held accountable for its illegal actions and those of (Mayor Ray) Musser and (Councilman Ken) Willis,” Wohrle said.
In his claim, Quincey accuses the city of wrongful termination and violating labor codes. He also accuses Musser and Willis of defamation.
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