Dear Chairman Deasy:
Again, I heard my Mom upset on the phone and again, I'm reaching out to you. I write, again, to see if your actions will match your words.
Last time, you tried to blame the personnel commission on the CSEA, my Mom's union. The truth is, the union has no control over the personnel commission.
I have contact Espie Medellin, CSEA Chair for Los Angeles, in regards to helping my Mom --it falls to you and you alone to help her. Don't be a bureaucrat, be a leader and help my Mom.
You are hiring many, many chiefs and spreading the Indians around the basin with no rhyme or reason. My Mom has no vehicle, and getting to San Pedro is an insane trip with or without a car. Driving down Wilshire, 6th Street and Olympic, there are many schools where my Mom can work (and she works very hard).
You have the power to fix this, so make my Mom's job easier.
Keep her close and keep her full time.
Also, you are getting rid of Office technicians. The teachers have to teach; the students have to learn -- do you want the teachers to do Administration work too? If so, my candidates will loooove to campaign against that. And you.
I don''t threaten, I just publicize the truth as I see it, to my friends and allies.
This weekend is the CRP Fall Convention. There will be many candidates and politicos in town and I can tell them the tale of the unresponsive bureaucrat named Chairman John Deasy and how he treats the secretarial staff, or the story I tell is how Dr. Deasy is willing to work across party lines to make things right (Hint: dropping Meg Whitman's name does not help your cause with me).
So, again I ask, please help my Mom. Keep her close and full time. And keep the office staff secure.
The ball is in your court.
Do you stand up and help? Or do you play the bureaucrat and say "No,"
Let us hope you don't treat your family the way you are treating mine.