Investigation of city hall gun shot cost nearly $8K

An investigation that, at least in part, led to the resignation of Keizer City Manager Chris Eppley cost the city more than $7,900.

Eppley negligently fired a gun inside his city hall office in early March prompting the Keizer City Council to call for an investigation less than a week later.

Jim Ferraris, a recently retired police chief, conducting the inquiry into . . .

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