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Sunday, June 03, 2012

Letterbag: Noguez 'upper management is in on it. They all need to go.'

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I have received hundreds of emails, tips and comments from "good" employees who work inside the Los Angeles County Assessor's Office.  Today, I wanted to share this ONE note that speaks LOUDLY to the current criminal crisis inside the Los Angeles County Hall of Administration.  Keep them cards and letters coming!.  BTW.  I totally agree.  All of Noguez'es upper management need to be put in hand cuffs.  Opps.  I just said it....
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Hi Randy:
I am sure you saw Noguez's email on his voluntary leave of absence that he sent on Friday. I just wanted to point out that in the body of the email he notes that normally the Chief Deputy Assessor would take over but that the position was currently vacant and the board of supervisor's have to appoint an interim Assessor. Noguez's creative reorganizing of the org chart to appoint his friend, Chris Carlos left that void. Further, the head HR was against the new org chart, until she was offered an elevation in her position. 


The fact that you have no one to take over points to Noguez's incompetency but the head of HR had a fiduciary duty to say no, this does not make sense for the organization. But she got her promotion, so she scratches his back, he scratched hers. 

Really, all of the upper management is in on it. They all need to go.

On another note, most of people on the Board of Supervisors endorsed Noguez, and I heard they are considering Auerbach to come back as interim? Auerbach who hand picked Noguez to succeed him to begin with? Yes we might might be getting rid of the most blatant offender but how is this going to make it any better?"

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