Deschutes County 911 officials voted to fire the dispatch center’s director Tuesday, but several used the occasion to raise concerns about the process leading to the vote.
Officials said their decision was based on 911 Director Becky McDonald allegedly lying to them about her romantic relationship with a 911 dispatcher’s husband and that she could no longer lead the district. See my story here.
A recent vote by the Deschutes County Planning Commission could help Commissioner Keith Cyrus finally turn his subdivision into a resort, an action that is raising questions about whether Cyrus is using his position to advocate for his family’s development interests. See my story here.
The embattled director of Deschutes County’s 911 dispatch center says the local fire and law enforcement chiefs who oversee her agency have mishandled her discipline case and inappropriately pried into her private life. See my story here.
Deschutes County 911 officials said the district’s director lied about her relationship with an employee’s husband and could be fired for it. See my story here.
The story of how Deschutes County’s 911 district was working on a resignation or termination agreement with its director following a personnel investigation. See story here.