Apr 23, 2012 1:59 PM by Courtney Meznarich

Former Paso Robles Police chief withdraws worker's compensation claim

A worker's compensation claim filed before the Paso Robles Police chief's departure has been withdrawn.

Paso Robles City Manager Jim App says Lisa Solomon withdrew the claim April 12, almost one month after it was filed March 13.

When asked last month, App would not go into details about the worker's compensation claim, citing privacy laws required for personnel.

Solomon's last day as chief was April 2. The city accepted her resignation in late March, calling it a mutual agreement. Solomon was at the center of controversy over reported accusations of sexual misconduct and a lawsuit filed against the city for alleged illegal ticket quotas.

Upon her departure, Solomon received a lump sum settlement of $250,000, but only $20,000 was for unpaid wages. The settlement shows that the $230,000 balance is for damage to Solomon's reputation.

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