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Changes at the top

A list of changes in top positions at government and non-profit orgs is posted on the Lost Coast Outpost, and readers added several overlooked spots in the comments.

Humboldt County Supervisor Jimmy Smith, whose meeting on Tuesday marked the end of 12 years on the board, is not even mentioned.  That’s how long the list is.

  1. Anonymous
    July 26, 2012 at 10:30 pm

    They indirectly noted Jimmy Smith’s departure.

    Combine all this with two new county supervisors — come January, only Mark Lovelace will have served for more than two years

  2. Anonymous
    July 27, 2012 at 12:00 pm

    Change? What change?

    From the LOCO:

    “The thousand pound Gorilla in most major bureaucracies is the absence of public administrative degrees among top officials, and the overall absence of advanced field-related degrees, in general.

    This is part of the continuing fallout from a generational myth that we needed to “run them like a private business” for efficiency.

    The campus executives at Penn State University understood that “efficiency” very well!

    Even the Janitors at Penn State understood that their jobs, retirement, mortgage, and health care, required them to keep their mouths shut as top officials molested children on campus!

    High public compensation has become a license to repress one’s conscience amid the injustice, nepotism, petty corruption, and waste endemic to public bureaucracies today….a reality more familiar to the Pharisees than the public interest…”

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