City of Hemet Audit – Where are we now?

Several key concerns remain unaddressed File photoFrom left to right: Michael Carle, general manager of Golden Village Palms RV Resort, Alex Meyerhoff, Hemet city manager, San Jacinto City Manager Rob Johnson, and San Jacinto City Councilman Andrew Kotyuk. ■ Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Reporter A strategic plan addressing the issues brought forth by the state audit had a deadline for completion of January 2017. A strategic planning meeting was scheduled for the beginning of February 2017 but was postponed, according to insiders, by the appointment of Councilman K. Paul Raver’s replacement Russ Brown after Raver’s unexpected December resignation from the Hemet City Council. Named in the audit were the following key

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