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State dismisses complaint
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MONROE - The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) has dismissed a complaint of alleged sexual discrimination against the City of Monroe.According to a brief statement released by the city Wednesday, Jamie Gould, Darlington, a past employee at the city water utility, filed the claim with the DWD, alleging the city discriminated against her because of her sex.The DWD determined that part of the complaint, alleging discrimination prior to August 20, 2009, occurred outside the 300-day statute of limitations, and does not meet the timeliness requirements under the Wisconsin Fair Employment Law.