ANTI-RECALL GROUP FORMS IN WAKE OF MORONGO VALLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT ACTIONS

ANTI-RECALL GROUP FORMS IN WAKE OF MORONGO VALLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT ACTIONS

Citizens groups have formed in Morongo Valley to recall three members of the Morongo Valley Community Services District in the wake of the firing of CSD Manager Meg Foley. Now, reporter Mike Lipsitz says another group is forming to oppose the recall…
Last night, almost 20 Morongo Valley residents gathered in the living room of Chuck and Debbie Harris for a hastily called meeting in support of the Community Service District Board. The meeting came in response to cries by some for a recall of the CSD board following their decision to terminate General Manager Meg Foley. Speaker after speaker expressed confidence the board was acting in the best interest of the tightly knit community. The Brown Act, California’s Open Meeting law, prohibits the board from disclosing details of the closed session employee evaluation. Among those in attendance was Foley’s assistant at the CSD, Charlie Cioffi, who said, “There’s not a one of us who don’t love Meg; she’s helped everyone here at some point, but this is bigger than Meg.” Heads nodded and Laurie Geeson added, “Things were swept under the rug for so long the lump became too big for anyone to get around.” Whether or not the facts of the case ever come to light, the group has vowed to oppose any recall effort.

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