• Kevin Kigan

    Cities must not be allowed to hire thier own auditors. It’s the fox and the hens again. Cities decides who will be on the auditor team and basically tells them what the conclusions will be. Auditors will have to comply to keep the business, simple! Auditors rely on old CAFER reports instead of re-creating the wheel. CAFER doesn’t not have a strict government standard the anyone must follow, not like the GAAP, its free for all. These issues must be corrected to prevent this from happening again in Placentia and all other cities.

  • BeeBee.BeeLeaves

    “Property losses of over 3.2 million” … did he intern or work at a neighboring city before? Like Garden Grove? Awful young to know all those ropes on his own. He has a family. It makes it much more tragic.

  • OCservant_Leader

    Very rarely is government corruption a “lone wolf” scenario.

    I suspect the web includes more than one.

    How did this “Super Nguyen” get a top City job appointment at 25 years old? Hmm

    There is more to this story.

  • Greg Diamond

    “The Placentia Papers”: The Little City of Big Dreams

  • LFOldTimer

    Does anybody happen to know if this guy’s a registered Democrat?

    Just curious what prompted the DA investigation.

    • Paul Lucas

      Why would you ask that when its always the republicans who get in these types of scrapes? Like the GOP fetish of trying to ban transgendered people from bathrooms when 100% of those arrested in bathrooms for sexual offenses have been republicans. Seriously, try and police your own people before lobbing these types of screeds.

      • Cynthia Ward

        Paul, I think what LF Old Timer was trying to say was Tony only pursues Dems, not that only Dems are guilty.

        • LFOldTimer

          And you would be correct, Cynthia.

          Pssst….Paul. I feel the same about the GOP as I do the Democrats. Both suck. If you haven’t figured it out yet it’s a one party system.

          I outgrew claiming one party was better than the other.