If what the Leader’s saying is true about Michael Gennaco’s non-knowledge of these Tom Angel emails, then the City of Burbank violated their express agreement with him as voted upon by the city council members last September.
This was a renewal of their earlier contract with him. It’s 1(A)(2) and (3). Gennaco was not just there for use of force incidents.
Here’s the previous agreement that was in effect at the time of the incidents. The language is the same:
There was no excuse for Albano or LaChasse or Scott to fail to report this possible bias incident to official BPD Monitor Michael Gennaco. They just didn’t want to. Imagine him then revealing this info to the council in open session, as required by the agreement(s).
But by failing to do so, they each violated the agreement that was in effect at the time. Case closed then about having to deal with these (now two) individuals for malfeasance.
Is the city council happy about this refusal of theirs? How about you, Will?
What else was left out of that $180,000 fee?