What troubles me with Mayor Fake Cop Guard is when he slips into his Mayor Fake Brown Shirt Guard persona and throws crap like this around:
Council members Brent Boger and Jennifer McDaniel briefly raised the issue at recent council meetings, leading to testy exchanges with the city administration. At a July 22 meeting, Mayor Sean Guard criticized McDaniel for broaching the topic, saying she liked "to take digs at the administration."
Guard said the matter was something the city would address independent of city council. "We don't bring up payroll issues with council," he said.
In June, Guard sent an email to seasonal employee Charlie Dawson, who had requested information from council members about the situation. In his email, he wrote that she was to have no contact with council members.
"Council members are our legislative body for setting policy and ordinances," Guard wrote. "(They) are never to get involved in the inner workings of the operations of the city."
He said the city is handling the situation. It would be illegal for the city to pay the employees' contributions, so that's not a possibility, he added.
Haas, the parks employee, said the city is offering seasonal employees a repayment schedule to sign. He won't sign it, he said, even though he already lost his appeal with the city.
"I'm not signing anything," he said. "It's going to turn into a legal battle."This isn't the Third Reich, Guard: tell me that I can't have contact of whatever kind I want with an elected official, and you're liable to get your lights punched out.
Actually, in a few months when your ass is kicked out of office for this kind of stupidity and Washougal switches governmental systems because of arrogance and stupidity like yours, it won't be your problem any more...