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|Two Monroe employees suspended with pay|
Two city of Monroe employees have been suspended with pay pending disciplinary hearings next week.
Civic Center director Patrick Dayton and events coordinator Daymon Gordon were informed of their suspensions Tuesday, after an internal city investigation uncovered irregularities in operations at Monroe Civic Center.
City spokesman Rod Washington said the suspensions came on the heels of an internal investigation and instances of "alleged questionable activities" uncovered by Community Affairs director John Ross.
"An internal investigation into activities at the Monroe Civic Center has, thus far, resulted in the alleged finding of multiple violations of city policies and procedures," Washington said in a prepared statement.
Gordon and Dayton will remain on paid leave until a disciplinary hearing next week when Washington said they would be allowed to answer the allegations.
"The two will be given a chance to respond to the alleged violations before any final disciplinary actions are taken," Washington said.
Punishment could include a formal reprimand, suspension without pay or termination.
The investigation has been ongoing for more than two months under the direction of the Monroe Police Department.
Tuesday's announcement was not Gordon's first brush with violations of city policy.
In 2008, The Ouachita Citizen reported more than two dozen instances in which Gordon was paid overtime in violation of city policy.