Ruidoso's deputy village manager's jo...

Ruidoso's deputy village manager's job offered to Fort Sumner official

There are 43 comments on the ruidosonews.com story from Mar 20, 2013, titled Ruidoso's deputy village manager's job offered to Fort Sumner official. In it, ruidosonews.com reports that:

The job of deputy village manager for Ruidoso was offered Tuesday to Ronald Sena, city clerk/treasure/administrator of the village of Fort Sumner in De Baca County.

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Anonymous

Santa Rosa, NM

#41 May 21, 2013
Well I think it is about time that Ron Sena moved on. He is a smart ass and I say good luck to her. Funny how when people get a descent job it goes to there head. When he went to work at the city hall he was just a poor Mexican like the rest of us. But he proved to be a poor Mexican with a job. Well I guess his ass was better. And treated people who stood by him like shit. So Ron payback is a bitch.
Standing by

Nogal, NM

#42 May 29, 2013
If what you are insinuating is true, Ron will fit in perfectly with Debi Lee's plan. She will use him to blame any and all wrongoings on him. Just like she blamed the previous administration and continues to blame some employees that are employed at the Village and have been there for ten or more years.
If your City leadership would pay attention to how she REALLY interacts with staff, instead of the bullying she is so well known for, they would realize that she is no different in running the city than OBAMA is in running the Country. SHE knows nothing , sees nothing and reveals nothing.
RuiRes

Ruidoso, NM

#43 May 29, 2013
Lee seems to effectively lay blame when mistakes are made; but is quick to take credit when things go perfectly. Although this is a confusing case, see the Village Council minutes pages 26-27 from 5-28-2013:

http://ruidoso-nm.gov/images/pdfs_village_cle...

Where Lee pushes blame on others, "Ms. Lee stated she did not like the project nor the way it was handled but recommended denial of the change order to re-evaluate everything and add the pumps at another time. Mr. Randall [Camp] stated he disagreed with Ms. Lee because this was funded by FEMA and he did not know how long the drought would last and the pumps were necessary."

I don't know Camp, but trust his expertise, education, and experience over Lee. No doubts about that.

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