Personalities clash in CPU suspensions

By JOSH TROY,

The three Clarksdale Public Utilities employees currently suspended said they all hope to come back to work once their suspensions are completed.

The trio doesn’t believe there is any merit to the investigation currently being conducted, however they say there are personal agendas at play.

 
 
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