Her suit also contends that she was harassed "by having to watch Fernando Picariello harass others."
The agreement between Lopez and the JCPA, which was made official in September, states that the financial settlement is not an admission of any accusations of harassment in the lawsuit. The settlement does not call for any sort of discipline or punishment for those accused in the lawsuit of sexually harassing Lopez.JCPA Chief Executive Officer Mary Paretti, who took over in April 2009, said that all employees underwent sensitivity training when the JCPA became aware of the lawsuit. She would not say if anyone was disciplined, but she confirmed that all who were named in the lawsuit were still in the same positions with the JCPA."I can't discuss discipline or personnel matters," Paretti said. She stressed that the settlement was paid by the JCPA's insurance carrier, and not by Jersey City taxpayers.
...and Parking Authority is cracking down on misuse of handicapped placardsWednesday, September 01, 2010By MELISSA HAYESJOURNAL STAFF WRITER
If Bonilla did write more fake tickets for real cars, the car owners won't know until they receive a failure to appear notice from court - which won't be sent until more than a month after the fake ticket was issued, Eason said.A statement from the city said that any such tickets will be administratively reviewed and dismissed.[/size]© 2007 The Jersey Journal
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