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Wilde's New Duties Not Yet Decided

Wilde's New Duties Not Yet Decided

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MURRAY, Utah (AP) -- Salt Lake County Mayor Nancy Workman's daughter still has a job, she just doesn't know what her duties are.

Aisza Wilde had been the top financial officer for the Boys and Girls Club of South Valley in Murray.

But her mother was charged with two felonies for allegedly using county money to fund a bookkeeper's position at the club.

Club Executive Director Bob Dunn calls Wilde an excellent employee. But he says it was difficult to have her fund-raising for the club with the scandal hanging overhead.

He decided yesterday she would be reassigned to duties that haven't yet been decided.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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