Township Manager Files Complaint Against Councilwoman
Broughton says Toffler created a "hostile work environment," according to report on NorthJersey.com
Township Manager William Broughton has filed a complaint against Councilwoman Barbara Toffler, according to a report on NorthJersey.com.
In a letter obtained by the Record, Broughton writes that Toffler has interfered with his office's response to public records requests and "has created a hostile work environment," according to the report.
Toffler has accused Broughton, Police Chief Robert Wilson and Deputy Mayor Adam Gussen of releasing information about her being ticketed for leaving the scene of an accident in retaliation for her opposition to hiring Wilson as public safety director. Broughton says that he was asked to inform the council of any incidents that could become newsworthy.
The council will likely discuss the matter at a closed session meeting Tuesday night.