County Alters Minutes to add Stone Case
Lassen County Administrative Officer
Lassen County Settled to Avoid a Public Trial
After the Court allowed the Plaintiff to add Jim Chapman, Jack Hanson as Defendants, the County decided to settle
The Reasons Jack Hanson Had to Go
and the Reasons
Why Pyle and Chapman Can't Stay
Stone Case Heard Today
in Judge Holmers Court
Visiting Judge Holmer heard, via Court Call, the Tom Stone case this morning.
The Judge ruled partially to sustain Mr. Stone's Demurrer. Judge Holmer wanted the complaint to include specificity (actual dates the defamation by Supervisor Pyle occurred). He granted Stones attorney 30 days to amend his complaint.
The Lassen County Times has again put themselves in a bad situation. They printed Pyle's defamatory statement but, as of yet the paper, has not been named in Stone's lawsuit.
The LCT recently printed a libelous and defamatory statement made by Supervisor Wosick. The LCT admitted having a copy of the court document, which Wosick referenced, when they reprinted Wosick's statement. The Court document does not support Wosick's statement and the Lassen County Times is again responsible.
Fired Lassen County CAO's Wrongful Termination Lawsuit Rescheduled to April 30, 2013 @ 9:00 AM
Thomas Stone v Supervisors Hanson, Pyle, Chapman
Lassen County's Response to Thomas Stones Complaint
on Thursday, April 18, 2013
Lassen County Superior Court @ 8:30 AM
Kathleen Williams, from Trindel, represents Lassen County
Tom Stone files Wrongful Termination Case in Lassen County
Lassen County Superior Court Case 56493
United States District Court Judge Morrison England Remands Former Lassen County CAO, Tom Stone's
Whistle Blowing Case back
to Lassen County Superior Court
"Parties agree that venue for any dispute arising from or related to this Agreement shall be in Lassen County"
Judge reschedules Lassen County's Hearing for a
Motion to Dismiss to January 24, 2013
Lassen County Supervisors Fail to Properly Identify Lawsuit against County for Whistle Blowing Case
Kan We Help Files
Brown Act Violation
Against Lassen County Supervisors
Lassen County Supervisors Deliberately
Hide Tom Stone Lawsuit
Former Lassen County Tom Stone filed a Wrongful Termination lawsuit on July 25, 2012 and the Lassen County Supervisors have failed to place this lawsuit on their Agenda. This act violates the Open Meeting law
Lassen County Administrative Officer Files Amended Complaint
Religion and Whistle Blowing Case
Fired Lassen County CAO files wrongful termination lawsuit against County Supervisors Jack Hanson, Jim Chapman and Bob Pyle
Six Lassen County CAO's in one year
.....This beats all records.....
Do ya think something is rotten in this County?
Kettleson, Settlemeir, Tom Stone, Richard Crabtree, John Blacklock, Martin Nichols
"Interim" Lassen County CAO,
County Counsel Rick Crabtree, steps aside for new "Interim" Lassen County CAO John Blacklock
County Attorney Crabtree takes CAO position after Supervisors fire Tom Stone
Newly hired ( November 2010)
Lassen County Chief Administrative Officer
County Counsel Crabtree Gets Job
Lassen County Counsel Crabtree got in to the mess with the Dyer Mountain issues
rude, crude and socially unacceptable ?
CAO Stone stepped on Chapman, Hanson and Pyles toes when he exposed Hanson's brother-in-laws mis-handling of the Economic Development funds.
(Left to Right) Jim Chapman, Jack Hanson, Bob Pyle
Lassen County CAO Stone and new County Supervisor Wosick Better take a REAL CLOSE LOOK AT Joe BERTOTTI FOR THE LAST TEN YEARS
The Lassen County Economic Development Department is a "Dysfunctional Branch of County Government"....what an understatement.
[not too many people didn't know about the corruption in that Department? ????????]
County Supervisor Jim Chapman wasn't the only Supervisor that abused this Department and knew about Director Bertotti's activities since day ONE. Was that faux "shock" or what?
The New Lassen County CAO Tom Stone
should demand a Grand Jury investigation
(anyone now wonder why Settlemire and Kettleson both left?)
Lassen County CAO Tom Stone believes the spending irregularities were intentional [Note Settlemire and Kettleson's recent departures from Lassen County........]