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Sunday, August 05, 2012

92% of Assessor employees say John "The Gooze" Noguez has GOT TO GO

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Los Cerritos Community Newspaper had another great "scoop" on the crisis inside the Los Angeles County Hall of Administration this weekend....  The employees union who represent all of the "professional appraisers" inside the Assessor's office have voted by a margin of 92% that Assessor John Noguez must NEVER return to work again.  Okay. So here's the deal.  The 'Gooze is still out on PAID LEAVE.  You and I are STILL paying for his "bad boy time out" and all of his "political minions" are still running his day to day operation.  Time for ALL of NOGUEZ'es INNER POLITICAL CIRCLE to RESIGN.  Each and everyone of them.  The criminal investigation is still in over drive.  Many of the Assessor's "main players" are being dragged in front of the Los Angeles County Criminal Grand Jury.  Keep you posted.  Here is this new "revelation" into the fiasco....   BTW, nice job by KNX Radio here in Los Angeles for reading our coverage over the airwaves on Sunday afternoon.  Once again, no attribution given to LCCN...  Come on....

Noguez employees vote 92% that he ‘must resign’

By Randy Economy
Members of the union that represent employees at the Los Angeles County Assessor’s Office have voted overwhelmingly that Assessor John Noguez should never be allowed to return work.
The Assessor’s office is now under a massive criminal probe by law enforcement officials that includes allegations of bribery, forgery, influence peddling, and fraud.
Employees voted 92% that they no longer have confidence in Noguez and that he should “never return” to his position as Assessor.
Members of the California Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) were mailed a total of 387 ballots on July 12, who work under Noguez at the LA County Assessor’s Office and 126 ballots, roughly one-third of those mailed, were cast by the deadline of Monday, July 30. Los Cerritos Community Newspaper was given the results in an email from employees on Saturday.
“On the question of whether or not John Noguez should ever be allowed to return to the Office of the Assessor, CAPE members voted overwhelmingly against his return to service,” CAPE representatives said in a statement obtained by Los Cerritos Community Newspaper on Saturday.
“Regardless of the outcome of the (criminal) investigations, by a factor of more than 9 to 1, the rank and file professional employees indicated they are not confident in John Noguez’ ability to manage the office, and that his return would be a hindrance to restoring integrity and efficient operations,” CAPE officials said.
“The results of this vote indicate that a clear majority of CAPE members in the Assessor’s Office believe John Noguez should resign from office to help restore the public’s confidence in the Los Angeles County Assessor’s Office,” CAPE stated.
Noguez has been on a paid leave of absence for the past two months. Noguez has denied any wrongdoing in the past.
One Assessor employee who did not want to be identified told Los Cerritos Community Newspaper on Saturday that “Noguez can return to work anytime he wishes, and frankly that should be a crime in itself. Just knowing that he is on a paid vacation is an injustice.”
Noguez is allowed under the terms and conditions of his leave of absence that he can return to his job at anytime. Los Angeles County Beaches and Harbors Director Santos H. Kreimann is now the acting head of the Office of the Assessor. Kreimann has not released any official statement about the results of the union vote.
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