Fulton County terminated two Wolf Creek employees last week. BOB ANDRES / BANDRES@AJC.COM AJC File Photo

Two fired in Fulton County after Wolf Creek amphitheater audit

Following a “damning” audit of Wolf Creek Amphitheater last fall, Fulton County has terminated two of the venue’s three employees.

Lisa Rushin and Sandy Poag, who ran the venue, were accused of repeatedly violating county policy and fired Friday. The audit, released in November, found more than two dozen violations.

“You appear to have used your position at Wolf Creek for personal gain,” according to the termination letter to Poag, the Wolf Creek coordinator.

Rushin, an assistant to the county manager, “violated” the trust placed in her, her termination letter said.

To read more about what Rushin and Poag were accused of doing, click here.

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