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  • @Dan Chmielewski

    Zenger’s bio is inaccurate; he didn’t just leave the county. He was fired. He did file a claim for wrongful termination. It was dismissed by the county. His claim for the “wrongful termination” which he wanted a six figure job or a million dollars and an apology, was dismissed by the county. The deadline for filing an actual lawsuit was last May and no lawsuit by Mr. Zenger has been filed. But a nice shot at truthiness.

    • David Zenger

      Its never too late for an apology, now is it? Why don’t you comment on the editorial – that is if you can even grasp any of it.

      • @Dan Chmielewski

        Wow, the county auditor should audit county departments. Thanks Captain Obvious. Commas are your friend. Use them

        • David Zenger

          I remember you now. You are the creepy dude who used to call our office pretending to be a “journalist.” We all had a good laugh at that, even the college intern.

          Right now the Auditor-Controller doesn’t audit anything. You would know that if you knew anything about county government.

          But thanks for putting your ignorance on display for Voice readers and revealing yourself for what you are – a political hack and defender of the indefensible. Well done, little man.

          • @Dan Chmielewski

            Zinger, please re-read your lede paragraph. And the key word in my short summary is “should.” And again, the county auditor “should” audit county departments…I don’t think you will find much disagreement on this. As far as your long winded explanation, well none of it changes the central point the county auditor should be the lead auditor of county business.

            I called 4th district offices exactly once when Mr. Nelson took advantage of a county pension when he could have declined. In my dealings with county staff, you come up every now and then as someone most are glad is no longer at county. It’s largely because of the way you treated people which was poorly.

            But thanks for putting your arrogance on display for Voice of OC readers to see why Shawn Nelson was justified in firing you.

        • David Zenger

          P.S. Periods are your friend use them. You are not D.H. Lawrence.

          Who are you, again?

  • Jeffrey Dickman

    Regular audits are useful and should be welcomed. They help us improve what we do. Audits also guard against government straying from its stated purpose. Assuming the Auditor-Controller is responsible with preparing audits (I am not sure which groups must be audited and when such is scheduled) then he must undertake such. If his duty was shirted, then those folks with that duty must discharge it. If the work of the Auditor, or his assign, becomes stalled then its time to see who best can conduct this important work. Transparency of the duties of government is key to its success. We should leave no doubt with the public that we are preforming and discharging our work well. To leave a different impression can cause worry and worse.

  • Kathleen Tahilramani

    Very well said.

  • Jeffrey Dickman

    Yes, he should.