The former manager of Union Township is accusing his ex-employer of violating his contract when supervisors allegedly fired him for pointing out they didn’t have the authority to close a state road.

In the complaint filed on his behalf Tuesday in the Washington County Court of Common Pleas, Robert Balogh claims the township breached its contract with him and violated the state Whistleblower Law.

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