CHERRYVILLE, N.C. - The former chief of Cherryville’s Rescue Squad is suing the city.
Tim Gunn said the city owes him about $4,000.
The lawsuit claims Gunn agreed to hold off on his salary while the Rescue Squad went through some money issues.
Gunn also claims he loaned the squad $2,500.
When he resigned last January, Gunn said he was promised he would be paid.
He said the city only gave him $1,200.
Former chief of Cherryville Rescue Squad suing city
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