Investigators criticized Jennifer Lin’s response to the accusations in Evanston. But she has a new job with the circuit court clerk.
An independent counsel is sharply criticizing north suburban officials who buried serious allegations from many female lifeguards and other beach workers.
Outside firms have charged more than $330,000 to help officials deal with the scandal at the public beaches and pools, records show.
The parks and recreation director’s resignation Monday follows the departures of the city manager and other top Evanston officials.
The subsidiary of the telecom giant is led by a former aide to Michael Madigan, who was ousted from power under a cloud of an ongoing federal investigation.
In text messages to a manager, a teenage female lifeguard alleged sexist workplace behavior was common and “f**** up people for a long time.”
Rosa Escareno took the job after a sexual abuse scandal involving lifeguards, and her original deal with the park district expired Monday.
Investigators looked into nearly 50 complaints involving lifeguards at the city’s beaches and pools, and found sexual misconduct “went unchallenged.”
The confidential settlement was announced by both the team and Beach’s lawyer, but it makes no mention of another lawsuit filed against the team by a Michigan teen assaulted by a former Blackhawks coach.
Mauricio Ramirez, 32, allegedly punished a girl he supervised for the park district when she would not have agree to have sex with him.