Faced with the ouster of the manager of the regional sewage plant they oversee, a five-government board of utilities executives asked for a say in his replacement but did not discuss the circumstances that led West Palm Beach to first fire the manager and then rehire him at the same pay for a different job.
The city’s firing of Rolando Nigaglioni came after city officials called him back from a meeting and tour with the city’s internal auditor in which Nigaglioni said he intended to discuss employee allegations against his superior, Utilities Assistant Director Joe Carlini.
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