Tag Archives | Mono County Counsel Marshall Rudolph

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Mono County delays response to court order in Madrid case

After two and a half years, an arbitration and a court hearing, the Mono County Counsel now claims that Deputy Jon Madrid was never effectively fired. Madrid’s controversial termination was documented in a letter from then Sheriff Rick Scholl on November 7, 2011. Madrid appealed his termination and Mono County fought to uphold Madrid’s firing […]

 
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Mono County government retirements

(From Mono County Counsel Marshall Rudolph) As some of you may already know, several long-term County employees and officials have recently announced that they will be retiring from their positions effective June 30, 2013.  These employees have made significant contributions to the County and the public it serves. Nancy Boardman began her career with Mono County in October, […]

 
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Mono County worries over possible Mammoth bankruptcy

If the Town of Mammoth Lakes files bankruptcy, Mono County will be affected as a creditor. The County provides hundreds of thousands of dollars in services to the Town. County Counsel Marshall Rudolph said a Town bankruptcy could impact the Town’s payment for these services.  He has asked for a closed session to talk over […]

 
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Mono deputy alleges mistreatment

A Mono County Sheriff’s Deputy has filed a claim for damages against Mono County.  His claim alleges that individuals within the Sheriff’s Department engaged in “illegal and otherwise wrongful conduct.” The claim alleges that the Sheriff’s Department violated Deputy Jon Madrid’s civil rights under the Fair Employment and Housing Act including discrimination, harassment, retaliation and […]

 
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Union policies foil request for paid leave for fired worker

The 15-year Road Department mechanic fired by Mono County will continue his appeal with no income.  Dick Luman’s attorney, Katie Bellomo, had asked the Mono Board of Supervisors to re-instate Luman and put him on paid administrative leave pending the conclusion of his termination appeal.  She pointed out that the appeal was turning into a […]

 
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