A Greensburg man is suing the Green-Taylor Water District, alleging that they fired him after he discovered their fraudulent water-testing methods.
In a lawsuit filed last week, Dewayne Harmon, who notes that the GTWD employed him for 26 years, is seeking compensatory and punitive damages, and alleges that the GTWD violated the state’s Whistleblower Act when they fired him.
“He knows what he’s talking about,” said Lebanon-based attorney Ted Lavit, talking about Harmon, who he is representing.
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