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Archive for February, 2013

Quartzsite Council & Bruno Lovefest – Video

26 Feb

The Council has failed to mount a search for a qualified Town Manager for the last six months. So, given the absence of competition, the council found Laura Bruno to be the best qualified candidate when compared to the others. Hired for over $96,000.

Thank you to video contributor Southwest Desert News / MPI, LLC (copyright)

 
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Quartzsite Council Picks Zoning Commission & Laura Bruno As Town Manager

23 Feb

Following an executive session, Council returned to public portion of meeting to act.

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Video: Quartzsite Town Council Regular Meeting February 12

12 Feb

Video much appreciated, contributed by Southwest Desert News / MPI, LLC (copyright)

 
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Quartzsite Police Unsolved Crimes #1

09 Feb

A Photo Speaks 1,000 words:

Discovered February 8 2013 at Quartzsite Town Hall sidewalk connecting to Children’s Library. The evidence indicates that the evildoers acted in broad daylight. Dana Stadler and Michael Roth were recently convicted for a chalking crime such as this. No investigation is known to be underway by QPD.

 
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Video: Quartzsite Council Special Meeting February 6

07 Feb

Council votes to demand records from Mayor Foster. Deadline March 7 set for Mayor’s response.

Video much appreciated, contributed by Southwest Desert News / MPI, LLC (copyright)

 
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Video: Quartzsite Town Council Meeting February 4

04 Feb

1. Ordinance No. 13-2, repealing Ordinance No. 90-16 adopting new requirements for Planning and Zoning Commission. Motion passed unanimously.

2. Notify Chief of Police Jeff Gilbert that his contract dated February 8, 2011 will not be extended. Motion passed unanimously.

Town Manager Bruno then prepared the way for Jeff Gilbert by stating that the contract change had nothing to do with performance. Council members Anderson and Jewitt then set up a speaking opportunity for Jeff Gilbert by insisting on public discussion. Even though Bruno had just asserted that the contract change was not related to job performance, Gilbert went to the podium and made political statements including his performance. He suggested that Mayor Foster and Councilwoman Workman should both recuse from the vote. Gilbert accused Mayor Foster of making “numerous false complaints”. Gilbert also lobbied against eliminating his position.

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