Cathey questions city clerk hire

Published: Thursday, August 1, 2013 at 09:49 AM.

Castro compared the job ad and an official description that had been created during a special meeting two weeks ago. She reported that the two matched. She then questioned why a new employee wouldn’t receive the same access as a previous employee.

City Administrator Chris Hubbard, who currently holds acts as System Administrator, reported that he planned to roll out permissions as McGhee learned the systems.

“She should learn the bones of the system before getting full access,” he said.

Mullen asked McGhee if the permissions in question were necessary to do all of her job-related tasks. McGhee said no.

McGhee said that she had concerns upon being hired when she noticed that her welcome letter stated not only the amount she would be paid annually, but also the amount she would be paid if her employment was terminated.

“My issue is that I need to be part of a team. I feel there’s been a lot of discord,” said McGhee. “There was no transition plan.”

Castro attempted to be encouraging toward McGhee and give a different perspective on the situation.

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