Personnel turnover continues as Hemet owes state auditor a response

City manager is the latest casualty in a city striving for normalcy Photo by Melissa Diaz Hernandez/The Valley ChronicleStaff turnover at Hemet City Hall continues at the expense of taxpayers. ■ By Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Editor The state auditor has hammered Hemet on its excessive turnover of key staff and inability to rein in spending, designating it as a “high risk” entity. In the city’s May 25 response letter, which was due in February, City Manager Alex Meyerhoff wrote of the city’s improvements and progress on the items in question and requested the city’s removal from the “high risk” category. Unfortunately for Hemet taxpayers, these issues continue, apparently unabated, and

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