Tag Archives | Ralph Obenberger

mono_courthouse_10-08.jpg

Luman wins Mono County job back

Mono County lost another employee termination case. Judge Stan Eller has issued a decision in the case of Dick Luman, former Road Department mechanic. Judge Eller ordered the County Personnel Appeals Board decision to uphold Luman’s termination vacated. He ordered Mono County to reinstate Luman with all pay, benefits, seniority and more. Judge Eller’s order […]

 
Continue Reading · 12
monocourtbdgpt

Final court decision goes against Mono County, for Madrid

In a recently filed decision, Judge James Garbolino has upheld the Arbitrator’s 2013 decision to reinstate Mono County Deputy Jon Madrid and denied the County a delay in enforcement of that decision. The Judge also awarded Madrid costs and attorneys’ fees. He once more said that evidence showed Madrid was harassed and the victim of […]

 
Continue Reading · 49
motorcycle2

Cyclist air lifted to Reno after solo motorcycle accident

(Press Release) On Sunday, March 16, 2014, at approximately 11:50 A.M., Mono County Sheriff Ralph Obenberger came upon a solo motorcycle collision on State Route 182, approximately eight miles north of Bridgeport.  Sheriff Obenberger contacted the Mono County Sheriff’s Dispatch Center who dispatched Mono County Sheriff’s personnel, Bridgeport Fire Department, Mono County Paramedics and notified the California […]

 
Continue Reading · 10
monosheriff

Former Mono deputy files suit in federal court against Mono County and Sheriff’s officials

In February, former Mono Sheriff’s Deputy Jon Madrid won an administrative appeal hearing of his termination. The Arbitrator stated that Mono Sheriff’s Department management acted in a “discriminatory and capricious manner” and forced Madrid to sit in a chair for nine hours a day. The arbitrator called the practice “demeaning and insulting to a sworn […]

 
Continue Reading · 14
MONO COURTHOUSE

Mono County personnel appeal gets complicated

Richard Luman, a Mono County Public Works mechanic for 15 years, lost his job last October.  He says his supervisor created a hostile work place and assaulted him. Luman’s appeal hearing, originally set for two days, has continued on into the second week. Luman’s attorney, Katie Bellomo of Mono City, said that last week, two […]

 
Continue Reading · 60



KSRW · 1280 N. Main St. Suite J · Bishop, CA 93514 · 760-873-5329
Positive Projections Web Design