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The most visible outward signs of personnel issues within Los Alamos County government revolve around the seeming ongoing churn in county administrators. However, the tentacles that point to a trend appear to extend well beyond the county’s top spot.
Several other senior county employees also have transferred, quit or been terminated in the recent past.
• Former County Attorney Peter Dwyer was the subject of an independent investigation and is no longer with the county.
• An “assistant to the county administrator” position was created for Regina Wheeler who headed up the county’s waste management services. An investigation into a side business she had resulted in her sudden departure before she could ever take the new job.
• An investigation and EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) hearing resulted in former Human Resources Manager Sheryl Hofer transferring to a position with the Los Alamos Fire Department.
• Community Services Director Stephani Johnson is currently in the midst of an EEOC hearing revolving around a gender bias issue.
• County Economic Vitality Manager Scott Frederick is the most recent county employee to be cut loose. He lost his job shortly before Thanksgiving after just seven months in the position.
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