An Evansville city employee is being paid while not working two days a week after racking up over a thousand hours of comp time.
The city limits the amount of overtime you can receive at 240 hours. Officials tell 14 News one employee that works at the Emergency Management Agency accrued over four times that, and as reported last month, that's one of the reasons why Mayor Lloyd Winnecke says he asked EMA Director Sherman Greer to resign.
Now the city is looking more closely at comp pay.
Fithian says that the EMA has volunteer workers to work in place of the EMA worker who is off.
14 News tried reaching out to EMA on Monday to get a comment from them, but have yet to hear back.
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