The city of Kennesaw shelled out $1.8 million to settle a discrimination suit.
That’s according to an open records request by the Marietta Daily Journal.
Three former and current Public Works employees sued the city alleging racial discrimination and a hostile work environment.
The workers split more than a million dollars, while their lawyers were paid more than $700,000.
All parties signed a document that says there is no wrongdoing on behalf of the defendant.