The contract for the chief executive director of the Lexington Public Library has been terminated.
The library board made the decision to let Kathleen Imhoff go Wednesday evening following news that the library would be audited.
Back in April, the Lexington Herald-Leader detailed more than $134,000 in spending by Imhoff on travel, meals and gifts over a five-year span.
Imhoff's attorney, Richard Getty, tells 27 NEWSFIRST Imhoff has done nothing wrong and plans to sue.
Most of the library's budget comes from property taxes in Fayette County.