Important Attributes For A District 4 Supervisor - Opinion
I have spent more than 32 years in Law Enforcement. I do believe it is vitally important to elect the most qualified person. A persons past is a pretty good indicator regarding how they will perform in the future.
Successful business experiences, knowledge of best practices in fiscal matters, ethical behavior,character above reproach, and trust worthiness must be considered when selecting our representative. I too have researched our candidates via public records. Howard Penn and Scott McNeil do not possess the attributes needed.
Howard Penn is currently on probation for a DUI. Not Good!! Additionally, he has failed to pay his taxes on time, has had several Federal, State and Local tax liens filed against him or the companies he controls, totaling more than $131,581.00.
Scott McNeil has had 3 State & Local Tax Liens. The most recent being in 2012. A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy filing in 1999. El Dorado county Property Tax Default in 2009. Additionally, several Cameron Park residents questioned his residence status, when he ran for District 2 Supervisor, as reported by the Mt Democrat.
Howard Penn and Scott McNeil do not have what is required and should not be considered to represent District 4.