Under cloud of hostile workplace allegations, CityBus GM retires after 38 years
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Marty Sennett, in charge of Lafayette’s tax-funded CityBus operations for nearly 38 years, agreed to an early retirement package Thursday, nearly two months after board members told him to work from home and not come to the office while they investigated complaints of a hostile workplace.
Sennett turned in his company car on Wednesday, and the CityBus board of directors announced the retirement without much fanfare – and without Sennett in the Canal Road meeting room – during a special meeting just after lunch Thursday afternoon.
The question: Did he jump or was he pushed in the weeks after his management behavior was called out in a public meeting by a departing manager?
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