Franklin city officials discovered that a software consultant was paid more than $730,000 for work he performed for the city without a contract. Contractor Ed Stewart no longer is working for the city after officials discovered the problem.
Franklin city officials discovered that a software consultant was paid more than $730,000 for work he performed for the city without a contract. Contractor Ed Stewart no longer is working for the city after officials discovered the problem.
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published Friday, July 19th, 2013
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FRANKLIN - Starting in August 2005, city software consultant Ed Stewart was hired as a consultant to oversee installing a new software program for Franklin’s city departments.

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