Granted, you donâ€™t have to be in the office to be working. But a Kansas City television stationâ€™s report that Johnson County District Attorney Phill Kline averages only 29 hours per week at the office — based on a review of Klineâ€™s parking key data — supports complaints that he isnâ€™t doing much to earn his $143,000-a-year salary.
The station also questioned whether Kline really lives in Johnson County, as required by law. During a several-week period, the TV station watched the apartment that Kline claims is his residence and never saw him arriving or leaving. But it did see him at his home in Topeka.
Posted by Phillip Brownlee
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