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Comments for: Rockland emails show community development director felt pressured over grant funding

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  • Anonymous

    Always interesting that such occurrences that leave a bad taste in the mouths of many citizens can be tracked to some involment in downtown revitalization. Deny Super Walmart to save downtown etc.. Wonder how many city councilors have a personal interest in downtown revitalization…. 

  • Anonymous

    Lovering could have just given her resignation and left without receiving any further money from the City.  The fact that she went to a lawyer indicates there was more to this than pressure from her boss.  It sounds as if it was a hostile work environment in some aspect; otherwise why would the City pay out such a generous compensation packet on the condition that she say no more? Surely there is more to this.

  • Anonymous

    Peronnel matters are not confidential under state law, as per previous documentation, with the City Council having the authority to release those records.

    May all involved, and all of us, be governed by light and love, and may we all manifest goodness and truth.

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