Last week, the Caledonia Board of Aldermen took on one of the most controversial issues in the field of energy.
You might have expected a very long debate, given the board’s history. Remember, this is the same body that took more than a year to resolve a dispute between a town employee and his boss for a $1-per-hour raise.
As people around the nation gathered to hear results from the presidential election Tuesday night, the Caledonia Board of Aldermen waited for news of another kind — the findings of their 2010 full-scope audit.
The Caledonia Board of Aldermen received updates Tuesday night on damages paid to two town residents who allege the water department crossed their properties without easements to make repairs.
An ongoing dispute took a surprising turn Tuesday night when the Caledonia Board of Aldermen dismissed an employee’s grievance against his supervisor.
There are always two sides to every story in Caledonia.
The policy for water technician certification has been in place for several years. The water department technician had to take the exam within a certain amount of time. Once the technician passed the exam, a one dollar per hour raise would be added to his pay. Once the technician became certified, another dollar per hour would be added.
A year-long dispute between a Caledonia supervisor and an employee may have landed the town in hot water as the issue threatens to spill over into a lawsuit.
If the folk who run the town of Caledonia had divine powers, you suspect they would turn the blind man lame.
A Town of Caledonia employee may soon see the pay increase he’s spent more than a year fighting to receive.
Caledonia residents are beginning to feel the impact of a water and sewer rate hike which went into effect June 1, but limited relief for some may be on the way.
An employee with the Town of Caledonia’s water and sewer department has filed a grievance against Water Superintendent Benny Coleman, alleging blackmail, ethics violations, discrimination and a violation of his constitutional rights.