Dunedin postpones talk with parks employee
By Times staff writer
© St. Petersburg Times, published August 19, 2000
Dunedin city officials postponed a meeting scheduled for Friday with Edward Lovelace, the Dunedin parks director accused of taking home more than $2,200 in city property for personal use.
Lovelace asked for the delay because he needed more time to prepare his case, officials said. Lovelace was supposed to meet with City Manager John Lawrence at 2 p.m. Friday and was expected to respond to the accusations. Lovelace declined to comment. The meeting will be rescheduled for next week.
The 18-year parks employee was promoted to director last year but was suspended with pay Monday after his supervisor, Leisure Services director Harry Gross, recommended he be fired.
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