Boys and Girls Club chief professional officer firing discussed behind closed doors
ATHENS — City leaders went behind closed doors Monday to discuss allegations regarding the recent firing of Cedrick Williams as chief professional officer for the Boys
& Girls Clubs of North Alabama.
City attorney Shane Black said the discussion involved good name and character.
The council met with officials from the Boys and Girls Club, including Athens Director Suzanne Rainey, who is serving as interim chief professional officer.
Mayor Dan Williams said the city gives the club an allocation, which prompted the executive session.
Agency Chairman Greg Crabtree has said Cedrick Williams allegedly used organization credit cards for personal expenses of between $5,000 and $10,000.
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