Some audit items have been partially addressed; others have not Photo by Melissa Diaz Hernandez/The Valley ChronicleSince the city was placed on the list of “high risk” cities by California State Auditor Elaine Howle, some progress has been made in the right direction. However, turnover of key city employees and a budget deficit still plague City Hall. ■ Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Editor Hemet’s former City Manager Alex Meyerhoff wrote a letter to State Auditor Elaine Howle just days before his departure, outlining the progress made to hopefully remove the city’s designation as “high risk” for failure during an audit that began in 2015. “On July 25, 2017, the City of
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