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The city of Leander is moving forward with a settlement agreement in the litigation involving its former city manager Kent Cagle.
Leander City Council voted unanimously Sept. 5 to authorize the execution of a settlement agreement with Cagle.
The terms and conditions of the agreement have not yet been disclosed, according to city spokesperson Mike Neu.
Cagle, who was fired May 20, filed a lawsuit against the city of Leander Aug. 9. The lawsuit stated Cagle was seeking more than $1 million, claiming breach of contract and a violation of the Texas Whistleblower Act. A mediation between the city and Cagle took place Sept. 3.