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This conspiracy to cover-up the findings of the investigation is still being orchestrated by the recently departed Deb and Tony. If they would have acted appropriately in January 2014 when Officer Bantle put them on notice that the SSPD had major problems and was violating the civil rights of citizens and employees, Cathy Nuanes should not have been able to to recommend changes to hiring practices, promotion practices, grievance practices, sexual harassment practices/training, de-escalation practices/training and many more. The conclusion in report #2, that not enough evidence was found to prove or disprove whether Deb and Tony acted appropriately, is completely contradicted by all the recommended changes made in report #6.
The cover-up involves many people and all of them hold personal liability for their participation. It will be interesting if the new city manager puts an end to this madness or puts his neck into the noose made by Deb and Tony.
Proud of the "anti big box". I'm voting NO!
The high school is the core of our community. A NO vote keeps it that way.
I will VOTE NO! I have no problem paying more taxes, but this is the wrong plan.
Steamboat seems to have a big focus on growth. Is there evidence that a pro-growth strategy is what the citizens want? Is there evidence growth is good for our community or any other for that matter? Is there evidence growth is a cost effective strategy for the future? Does growth just make everything more costly?
It must be Tony's great legal advise that OK'd this illegal use of tax payer money.
Delong has an associate's degree? No wonder he comes to Steamboat and makes an even bigger mess. This inbred good old boy is no better than the boyz that got canned. This looks bad for KRW for allowing him to displace a qualified candidate.
"Recent legal issues at the city have included the internal police investigation that led to the departures of the city's police chief and deputy police chief and a separation agreement with former city manager Deb Hinsvark." and now Tony.
Magill said. "He's kept us from falling on our faces on things."???????
In the past 20 years he has failed to assure that the City has human resources best practices policies and standards implemented City wide.
Which include recommendation from Naunes Report
1. Detailing police policy for promotional processes and for other assignment processes setting minimum requirements and using best practices to facilitate these processes.
2. Revising the grievance process for promotional processes and defining a fixed window of opportunity to grieve.
3. Using the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) guidelines, create a recruitment plan and a hiring process policy. This includes working in collaboration with the City’s Human Resource Department and the Steamboat Springs community, to establish methods to attract qualified employees more closely resembling the demographics of the City. Incorporate the City’s Human Resource department more predominately in the hiring process.
4. Conducting sexual harassment and harassment training from a qualified trainer within the next six month and every other year thereafter.
What other fiduciary obligations did he fail in?
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