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Aug 13 2018
12:51 pm

The News Sentinel is reporting that Parks and Recreation Director Doug Bataille, IT Director Dick Moran and IT Deputy Director Dave Ball were offered retirement and relieved of their duties by Knox Co. Mayor Tim Burchett, apparently at the request of incoming mayor Glenn Jacobs.

Meanwhile, Glenn Jacobs' wrestling alter ego "Kane" was making an appearance at Bubba Fest this weekend.

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Parks

Doug Bataille is a great supporter of the Urban Wilderness and Legacy Parks. I hope Parks and Rec continues to be an important part of Knox County's agenda. And why get rid of the most senior IT people during the current hacking crisis??

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