Comment 69267

By Cityjoe (anonymous) | Posted September 08, 2011 at 19:03:58 in reply to Comment 69253

I don't know what personally you or I can do to make someone else's job a position that they wish to remain in. That is to the extent that the individual is able; their responsibility.

If they no longer can, I guess they must either leave, or continue on collecting their salary, while looking for something else. Or maybe just stay the course.

I know of one person who tried the legal system to 'make things right'. It didn't work. I'm sure that you read about it in the papers too.

I don't know how to prevent it from happening. It's certainly not o.k.

If the person is still on City payroll in another capacity, how could the problem be fully investigated?

If the person has been fired or left on their own accord, any further actions could be seen as 'sour grapes' on their part.

I think that certain aspects of City Hall, ( & not just elected officials) should be open to objective scrutiny. That cannot happen as the situation is now.

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