That all changed three hours later, when PPA Board Chairman Joseph T.
left a Philadelphia Parking Authority meeting Tuesday morning grim-faced after enduring a series of searing comments about his sexual-harassment scandal, but still in charge as the agency's executive director.
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Ashdale, who started the day declaring that Fenerty would keep his job after one sexual-harassment case was made public last week, later said he had just learned of the claim from 2006.
"That complaint was not filed with our human resources department," Ashdale said in a statement emailed by the PPA's general counsel.
Ashdale announced that Fenerty had been "suspended immediately" and that he would recommend that Fenerty be fired from his $223,000-a-year post when the board meets again Thursday. The Inquirer asked the PPA about a woman who reported in 2006 that she had been sexually harassed on the job by Fenerty.
The former Parking Authority employee told columnist Mike Newall that she had been sexually harassed for three years in the early 2000s.
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