A wrongful dismissal lawsuit against the City of Windsor by its former auditor has been settled, but no one is saying what's in the deal.
Former auditor general, Todd Langlois, filed a $2.4 million-dollar lawsuit against the city after he was fired in early 2012. He was on the job for less than a year.
Langlois alleged the mayor and top municipal officials blocked him from doing his job. In his statement of claim Langlois said he was fired without cause.
The mayor and city officials denied the allegations. Council voted 10 to one to fire him.
The terms of the settlement are not being released because of a confidentiality agreement. Originally, the city offered Langlois six months pay. His annual salary was approximately 140-thousand-dollars.
Windsor city counil has since outsourced the work Langlois was originally hired to do.