MADISON, Wis. — A Madison public employee who visited South Dakota for a convention violated the city’s vehicle use policy by sightseeing on the trip with an unauthorized passenger, an internal investigation found.
The employee, whose name was not disclosed, was issued a warning letter and ordered to engage in a corrective action plan, Madison Assistant City Attorney Roger Allen told Wisconsin Reporter.
The Madison Traffic Engineering Department employee agreed to pay an estimated $200 for fuel and was charged vacation time for the side excursion, Allen said.
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