by Ivan Foley
Platte County Commissioners have reached a “release and settlement agreement” with Mary Robinson, the county’s ex-human resources director whose time as the department head was frequently marred with controversy, including the revelation that she had multiple arrests for driving while intoxicated.
Under terms of the pact, a copy of which was obtained this week by The Landmark through a Missouri Sunshine Law request, Robinson receives $13,514.
Robinson, as previously reported in The Landmark, had worked her final day for Platte County on Dec. 16. Since that time there had been several closed meetings, with past commissioners prior to the end of 2016 and with current commissioners in 2017, dealing with a potential settlement. For more on story. Click to view Agreement