I was glad to see in the Voice of San Diego today post the article In Mayor's Office, Politics is Take-It or Leave-It, which seems to be examining the recent firings and the not so recent department of Rear Admiral Ronnie Froman. Maybe this is why the Mayor's poll numbers are hitting the floor.
However, what I found most interesting was the short blurb on Kris Michell and Fred Sainz. It throws their names out, but didn't say anything more about them, other then their titles and they were two veterans from former Mayor Susan Golding's office.
Here we have two people from a previous failed mayoral office and now key "players" in another mayor's office. Why would they be chosen? What happen to Tom Shepard? I think it would be interesting to see a story on Kris, a former chief of staff becoming a deputy chief operating officer for community and legislative services? Or a story on whether they were in anyway connected to Mayor Golding's underfunding of the city pension or even the ill-advised funidng of the 1996 Republican Convention.
Now that would be another interesting piece.
Kris was part of Golding's fundraising team for the 1996 Republican National Convention.
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