Los Alamos County Vice Chair Susan O’Leary discusses on ‘The Voice Of Los Alamos’ the need for an independent audit of County processes and procedures related to the recent string of lawsuit settlements. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Click here to listen to Los Alamos County Vice Chair Susan O’Leary discussing the need for an independent audit of County processes and procedures related to the recent string of lawsuit settlements.
O’Leary’s interview is on the newly launched weekly radio program, “The Voice of Los Alamos,” hosted by Carol A. Clark of the Los Alamos Daily Post. The first half of the show is a discussion of the new radio show that includes guest co-host Bonnie Gordon discussing the Olions and other artistic topics. The second half of the show is the interview with O’Leary.
“The Voice of Los Alamos,” airs noon to 1 p.m., every Friday and covers important topics relevant both on and off “The Hill.” Listeners get a glimpse of life in the Atomic City with weekly guests that include County Council members, local business owners, scientists, educators, artists and more.
The agenda for Tuesday’s County Council meeting is published and relates to O’Leary’s interview on “The Voice of Los Alamos”. The meeting has been changed from a work session to a regular council meeting so the council can take action on the personnel audit issue.
At its meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the White Rock Fire Station, the Council has lined up a speaker from the New Mexico Association of Counties to discuss current trends in local government liability. Also on the agenda is a briefing and report and discussion of the independent audit of County Personnel Policies and the action requested.
This meeting is open to the public and public comment on this issue is welcome. To read the full agenda, click here.
O’Leary’s letter to Council: