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Maui County settles worker's suit over Facebook page

The employee in a councilman's office had been tracking the activities of a police traffic officer

By Michael Tsai

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 10, 2014

~~<p>Maui County has reached a settlement with a part-time county employee who accused the county of unlawfully interfering with a Facebook page he had established to track the comings and goings of a Maui Police Department traffic officer.</p>
<p>Neldon Mamuad, a part-time employee in County Council member Don Guzman's office and a volunteer member of the country liquor commission, claimed he was pressured to stop working on the &quot;MAUI&shy;Watch&quot; Facebook page he had created during his personal time.</p>
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Maui County has reached a settlement with a part-time county employee who accused the county of unlawfully interfering with a Facebook page he had established to track the comings and goings of a Maui Police Department traffic officer.

Neldon Mamuad, a part-time employee in County Council member Don Guzman's office and a volunteer member of the country liquor commission, claimed he was pressured to stop working on the "MAUI­Watch" Facebook page he had created during his personal time. Login for more...



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