One lingering question
I have one lingering question regarding the “administrative leave” that Fire Chief Scott Brown was forced to endure.
If the leave was not punitive but was to give both Brown and City Manager Allen Parker “some time to reflect on the team building training for the Fire Department’s management and supervisory personnel and to determine the best method for leading the department into the future,” why didn’t Parker get equal time off to reflect? Smacks of punitive to me.
Mary Ann Morris
Keep Hemet citizens informed
How does a city manager put a high-ranking city employee on leave and not tell the city about it? Heck, whenever any other high-ranking city employee is put on administrative leave, it is put on the national news for crying out loud. So yes, we should be told.
I am publicly asking all five members of the Hemet City Council to acknowledge and declare their loyalty to the U.S. Constitution by publicly rejecting Gov. Jerry Brown’s sanctuary state.