By Pat Loeb

by Pat Loeb

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Parking Authority Board has approved spending $40,000 dollars on a consultant to review its personnel policies.

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Tuesday’s board action is part of the ongoing fall-out from sexual harassment complaints against its disgraced former executive director.

Acting executive director Clarena Tolson made immediate changes to sexual harassment policy when she took over the Authority from Vince Fenerty, but she says the consultant will do a complete review.

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“To make sure that we are in compliance with all rules and laws that may be applicable, but that we are also bench-marking ourselves against other places to make sure that we’re competitive,” she said.

The Authority employs more than a thousand people, many of them hired because of connections to the Republican party.

Tolson has said professionalizing the workforce is one of her key goals.

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In other action, the Board approved installing electric charging stations at four downtown garages and increasing the number available at the airport.