Were some Port Orange Public Works employees threatened to be fired if they discussed mold problems at the DPW facility? If true, the city supervisor(s) that made those threats should be fired. Or as a minimum re-trained on the mandate’s of the 1st Amendment and Florida whistle-blower statues.
|from:||Ted Noftall <Ted@tednoftall.com>|
|to:||Jake Johansson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|cc:||“Fenwick, Robin” <email@example.com>
|date:||Thu, Feb 18, 2016 at 5:00 PM|
|subject:||Mold issues at Public Works|
Good afternoon Manager Johansson,
Would you take a few minutes and provide an overview as to the mold / air quality testing going on at the Public Works facility on Virginia Ave.
Of interest would be
The extent of the problem, and when it was determined a mold problem existed.
When employees were notified, and whether they have been cautioned regarding any health precautions they should be taking.
Finally several employees believe they have been threatened with termination if they discuss this matter further AND I would ask that you categorically advise that no employees need fear termination for exercising their 1st amendment right to speak to whomever they please regarding this matter.
Candidate for Mayor
City of Port Orange