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Top (#3) IDNR Official Resigns after Sick Day Investigations –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On February 15, 2014

An article published by the Better Government Association(BGA), stated that a top Illinois department of Natural Resources administrator was forced to resign following investigations by the BGA and several news organizations into the fact that he had participated in  several out of state professional bass fishing tournaments while on sick leave from the State.
Travis Lloyd claims he was simply following his doctor’s orders to “go fishing”.
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Here is my question:
If he did nothing wrong as he claims, why did he resign?


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  • Kirk Allen
    Posted at 20:23h, 15 February Reply

    Using the logic of Kim Brown, this should be considered bullying and someone needs to put a stop to it.

    • jmkraft
      Posted at 20:29h, 15 February Reply


      • John Windmiller
        Posted at 20:42h, 15 February Reply

        Its called deadwood at the State Non productive middle management . You could cut half the managers in Springfield and not mis a beat.

  • Hang em High!
    Posted at 21:16h, 15 February Reply

    Following his doctor’s orders to “go fishing” ?
    What an arrogant P.O.S. !

  • Kirk Allen
    Posted at 07:38h, 16 February Reply

    We found Nanette Crippes getting TWO county paychecks during the same time, one from her now husbands budget and one from 911. She should have been fired but instead they ignore the crime and say we are harassing and bullying her. Is it really any different than what the Better Government association did?

  • Your Tax Dollars NOT at Work
    Posted at 13:24h, 16 February Reply

    Every other state employee will now pay for this political hack’s decision and that of his crony bosses.
    It’s text book predictable for the upper level hacks to do this.
    Governors literally WRECK state agencies with their political hacks.
    People aught to be indicted for this kind of crap – but as the article says, it doesn’t fall under RUTAN. Also a bunch of crap.

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