Is it ‘philosophical differences’ or merely inconclusive facts that keep the city on the auditor’s watch list? Photo by Melissa Diaz Hernandez/The Valley ChronicleAt the July 25 Hemet City Council Meeting constituents were frustrated with the city’s complacent attitude regarding the state audit. ■ Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Editor In the last two issues of The Valley Chronicle, I addressed the following concerns about Hemet finances expressed earlier by the state auditor’s office including: Expenditures continuing to outpace revenue, a lack of community engagement, turnover of key city staff, ineffective and inefficient organizational management, inefficient structure of city government, and inconsistencies in outsourcing maintenance activities. This third and final part will

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