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Bantle and Kleiber were not protected by whistle-blower laws.
This person needs all the qualities listed as options, plus responsiveness and openness to the members of the community.
Would someone please explain to me how a private for-profit entity, PayPal, is used for county financial transactions? PayPal is quite pushy online, intruding into purchases I make. How is this company helpful to the county?
Thanks, Steve. I'm in total agreement with you.
I totally agree with you, David.
Thank you for your letter. Unfortunately for you and the rest of city council, there were other options available than to vote against additional disclosure of the information in the report, such as requesting that the motion be tabled. Conflict of interest has been a huge issue from the onset of the police investigation. Please read Kristin Bantle's letter to the editor.
Thank you, Kristin.
Great idea, Scott.
"$40,799 paid to City Attorney Tony Lettunich, his law firm and the city's insurance company for legal services related to the investigation." The city attorney's private law firm was paid as part of the investigation? How could that even be ethical, much less legal. It's screaming conflict of interest. Good thing he resigned.
This is very encouraging news and a step toward more transparency in our city govt. However, I hope that Council is wise enough to not include the "retired" city manager in their deliberations. He clearly has a conflict of interest, since he was named in Kleiber's letter as complicit with Hinsvark in allowing the negative culture in the police department to continue, and ignoring grievances brought to their attention.
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