Third University of Iowa Hospital Employee Fired For Improper Parking
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — A third employee at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics has been fired for improperly parking in a lot meant for emergency room patients.
An administrative law judge denied unemployment benefits Friday for Sheila Starks, who had worked as a janitor for three years.
The ruling shows Starks was fired in October after parking in a small lot meant for emergency room patients and their family members.
An exit code is required to leave the secure lot, and the decision says Starks improperly obtained one from a locksmith. The decision says she received a warning ticket in September for parking there previously.
A husband and wife who worked at the hospital were fired in November for parking in the lot. A number for Starks wasn't listed.
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