Report: Temecula Finance Director on Paid Leave

Genie Wilson was placed on leave on Wednesday, according to a report.


ORIGINAL POST: Temecula's Finance Director Genie Wilson was placed on leave on Wednesday, according to PE.com.

The announcement of Wilson comes just days after City Manager Bob Johnson was suspended by the City Council.

Patch inquired about Wilson's suspension but Acting City Manager Aaron Adams declined to comment.

Stay with Patch for more information as it becomes available.

Galactic Cannibal November 17, 2012 at 06:56 PM
Dudes and Dudettes, This corruption cannot be happening here in the" Land of the Free and Home of the Brave" Americans are not corrupt , 'cause DOG, sorry I mean GOD is on their side. Corrupt Dudes are found in Mexico, IRAQ, Afghanistan even Canada . but never in the USA. So let us keep telling other nations how to behave in a moral , ethical , and honest manner. And WMD are not allowed or we will invade them. Every time I read a post on this thread saying how Temecula is such a safe city, I notice the posters always omitted the rampant corruption going on in Temecula.
Brenda November 18, 2012 at 10:40 AM
Stanley, aka John Doe, Mary Doe, Don Doe, Doe Doe, LOL Stanley, I think everyone my age knows a bit about everything silly goosehead. I know more about criminal, civil law, codes and enforcement, police crime procedures, scenes and investigations then anything. I do not know squat about Politics, Art, Wines, Plays, Authors, Movies, etc.(unless its to do with law, crimes, etc). Like most people I was interested at a young age in a particular field and that is what I stuck to and loved it and absorbed as much information as I could, and I still do Stanley Doe. So if you only read the stories that have something to do with the above, then you will usually see me comment, and that doesn't make me a know it all, just means I have an opinion and interest. There are MANY who comment far more then I do, and with just as much knowledge on the topic or more, and I learn from them. For an example, the Quarry. It went on for so long, and I just did not take any notice of it until about a year ago. Then one of the articles caught my eye on just how close it was to us. So I went back and read everything I could find on it, researched all the articles, everyones comments who all had valuable information and feelings on it. Now, I pride myself on being up to date on it the last 6 months or so. Thanks to commentors. Open your eyes Stanley Doe and read all the posts on every article, get knowledgeable before you go making silly claims about me or just look for my comments.
Brenda November 18, 2012 at 10:50 AM
Temecula Safe. That was the report for 2010. Most people were loosing homes and moving away then. 2011 showed a 28% increase and more serious crimes. We all know 2012 has been nothing but daily crimes, murders, felony assaults, attempted murder, vehicular manslaughters, DUI's, Robberies and Burglaries are going to see an increase of about 100% I bet alone. We had over 4 or 5 groups of them caught this year, one group responsible for 31 of them alone. There were also many many they could not pin on any of those arrested, and are still unsolved. It will be a year before we get 2012 results but it is going to be bad and way up there in unsafe Cities. So everyone needs to quit using the old 2010 report and go with the new 2011 report. Then at least double it all for 2012. And its so damn phricking SAD.
Brenda November 18, 2012 at 10:51 AM
Oh and what GAL Cann says too with the corruption.
TVOR November 18, 2012 at 09:00 PM
Its not that I trust the city council so much as that I think the citizens will demand the truth and they will not take the chance of lieing about it and exposing themselves to legal scrutiny. The freedom of information act will probably force them to disclose things. If anything I see them delaying as long as possible.


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