A city worker will spend two days without pay away from work after she failed to say hello to the town's mayor.
If you see the mayor of Deerfield Beach out on the street, you better say hello.
Moye has the unenviable job of cleaning up trash and restrooms for $12.33 a hour, a job she was suspended from yesterday and today for failure to pay homage to the mayor while she spoke with Moye's boss.
“I didn’t speak to the mayor and so my supervisor suspended me for two days,” Moye said. “She is the Mayor, but I don’t know her personally and I didn’t think it was right for me to interrupt them, so I just kept about my work.”
Maybe Noland would have overlooked Moye's innocent silence, if the worker was on her campaign poster committee.
You might recall Noland's firefighter son and two of his friends were arrested in March for stealing the campaign signs of her competitors in the recent election. They plead no contest to the charges and Mama Noland said she had no clue what her baby boy was doing.
Moye, 44, said she was also threatened with termination.
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