Federal authorities have been tight lipped about the investigation into former Buncombe County manager Wanda Greene. She hasn't been charged with anything, but there has been a whirlwind of activity and revelations since Greene retired earlier this year after 20 years in the position. The latest is that she awarded herself with a $241-thousand 'retention incentive' right before she retired - meaning she earned more than $500-thousand in her final six months on the job. Similar 'retention incentives' were awarded to at least 9 other Buncombe County employees - including Greene's sister, who recently took a different position in county government that included a substantial pay cut. Greene's son Michael also resigned his position in county government when the investigation into his mother was confirmed. Asheville Citizen-Times reporter Jennifer Bowman has been covering all of this. She joined BPR's Matt Bush in studio to discuss the latest revelations - and how Buncombe County commissioners have responded.