At least two aldermen say they will push for the release of recordings of City Council executive sessions related to the discipline of City Water Light and Power workers accused of doing private work on city time.
Frank Edwards says administration officials may have misled aldermen with comments they made about the complaining witness in the case.
That witness, Eric Reiss, says he was falsely accused of failing to cooperate or show up for hearings in the case.
970 WMAY requested the recordings in question, but the request was denied on the grounds that aldermen must vote to release executive session materials.
Edwards and Alderman Gail Simpson are now asking for that vote.