Jury: Village did not discriminate
LAKEMOOR – The village of Lakemoor did not discriminate against an employee when it laid him off, a jury decided.
Leslie Nejedly was 69 years old when the village of Lakemoor eliminated his job in July 2009. He was the senior building inspector for the village, a position that was brought back this past year on a part-time basis.
Nejedly sued the village, saying he was discriminated against because of his age in violation of the Illinois Human Rights Act. He said the village kept the other building inspector in the two-employee department, who was younger and less qualified.
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