Borough Settles Harassment And Discrimination Suit Brought By Former Firefighter

The Kenai Peninsula Borough has settled for $78,500 with a former Kachemak Emergency Services Agency employee who alleged in a 2023 suit that the borough fired her for complaining about sexual harassment.

Courtney Moody, who worked as a firefighter technician for KESA from November 2019 to January 2021, said she experienced sexual harassment by the agency’s deputy chief and was fired after reporting it. That firing, Moody’s suit alleged, was in violation of the Alaska Human Rights Act.

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