The resignation of former city manager Chris Eppley continued to churn waters in oral and written testimony during a Keizer City Council meeting Monday, April 5.
Eppley discharged a gun in his office in early March, which led to an internal investigation and Eppley’s resignation on April 5.
Two former city councilors came to Eppley’s defense while the majority questioned Eppley’s judgment and the council’s accountability.
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