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Barker, who still works in council's office, declined to comment.
Mc Kain and county Solicitor Andrew Szefi declined to comment.
“It's our policy to not comment on personnel matters and, in this case, would be inappropriate as the individual was an employee of county council, which is a separate branch of government,” said Amie Downs, a county spokeswoman.
“It was cheaper for us to pay her off than it was to go to court,” said Futules, an Oakmont Democrat.
“We weren't trying to keep anything from open court because there was nothing wrong.” De Marco, head of council's Republican caucus, said he voted against the settlement.
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During the Loudermill hearing, Sicard accused Barker of orchestrating her punishment.
“We need to catch up with the times,” said Councilman Sam De Marco, a North Fayette Republican. She started with the county in 2012 and made $47,500 a year.She received a verbal warning in August 2015 for refusing to add an item to a committee agenda that she said would violate the 24-hour notice requirement under the Pennsylvania Sunshine Act.The next month, she received a written warning for failing to follow procedures when she shared her notes from an Allegheny County Board of Health meeting with Means instead of going through Barker, her supervisor.In January, she faced a Loudermill hearing, a legal procedure that allows an employee about to be disciplined to hear the charges and respond, regarding unapproved meeting minutes sent to the public, including members of the press.Means had asked Sicard to send the minutes to council members because Means was introducing legislation to approve the minutes before the end of 2015.Sicard, who has moved to California, gave birth to their daughter in October.