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Please address the public’s concerns

EDITOR:

A letter to the CSD Board of Directors:

It has been almost four months since Mr. Skeel was placed on administrative leave.  Certainly in this amount of time a reasonable board could come up with reasonable goals for a man who they selected above all others less than a year earlier.

At the CSD August meeting many people spoke who had business and HR experience.  It was and is apparent that this current CSD board is not meeting the expectations of the community.

Our local taxpayer dollars are not being well used! There has been not communication to the public about these following concerns expressed at that previous meeting:

1) The fact that Mr. Skeel is still not back to work

2) The obvious level of fear and anxiety under which employees work as exhibited by the volume of complaints from current and former employees

3) Concerns about the dictatorial style of the HR person

4) The need for an outside, independent investigation so that the board and all employees can go forward knowing that all fiscal, personnel and communications issues are above-board.

I appreciate your attention to these matters in an open and public way.

Bonnie Solberg
El Dorado Hills 

Short URL: http://www.villagelife.com/?p=12462

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