He also asserted that two board members have conflicts of interest, putting them incompliant with the state code.

Including the county commission with his rebukes of the airport authority, Snyder said, “You all knew from the very beginning that if you felt I wasn’t serving the people of this region in a proper manner, that you could ask me to leave at any time, and I would have done so with no fuss and no muss,” he said. “But you didn’t elect to do that.”

Snyder claimed his termination on June 18 was done with no notice and no preparation for the “thousands of documents in a computer,” which he said nobody knows where they are or how to take custody of them.

“Do not put this airport at risk for your own lack of a better plan for a logical transition,” he said during the public comment period at the meeting, according to the West Virginia Daily News.

Snyder stated he has submitted a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the commission for a number of documents from emails during his employment as airport director to various communications with the commissioners. In a prior phone interview with the…

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