Epping trustees prepare for librarian's hearing
Tracie Wilkins is fighting her termination from the Harvey-Mitchell Memorial Library last month and has requested that her case be heard in public.
In a recent interview with the New Hampshire Union Leader, the 48-year-old Wilkins said she missed work mostly because of seasonal depression and anxiety issues. She claims she was absent fewer than 12 days in the seven months before she was fired from her part-time job.
Wilkins also attended Tuesday's meeting and urged the board to consider the views of community members.
Resident Shana McTague, a supporter of Wilkins, asked the trustees to listen to the opinions of the residents and work together to resolve the issue in a way that's "mutually respectful."
"Truly, this has touched my heart and all of us more than anything else I've had to deal with and we are truly aware of everyone's feelings," he email@example.com
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