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Sensibaugh Engineering and Public Administration
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After spending more than $22,000 to ...
After spending more than $22,000 to review the job performance of Mountain House General Manager Paul Sensibaugh, some who were involved in the evaluation say the money could have been spent better and that they would not commit more public dollars to the process.
The questionnaire ultimately used to evaluate Sensibaugh
covered nine categories, which included leadership, interpersonal relations, community relations, judgment and problem solving, financial management and major goals.
The board answered between four and six questions in each category using a 1-through-5 scale, from poor to exceptional.
received an official copy of the evaluation during a July 26 closed-session meeting.
Su was one of two board members who opposed re-evaluating Sensibaugh
Then, in February, former director Eric Payne asked for a closed-session meeting to discuss Sensibaugh's job performance.
Su and Bernice Tingle opposed re-evaluating Sensibaugh
after just a few months, but the majority - Payne, Matthew Balzarini and Jim Lamb - voted to go into closed session.
"We spent $20,000 and nothing has changed, except for the fact that he (Sensibaugh) has a window in which to perform," Payne said.
"It really just depends on how Paul (Sensibaugh) performs on the delivered product," Lamb said.
said that with the evaluation behind him, he
intends to focus on the tasks set out for him during that process.
said having direction from the board as a whole, instead of piecemeal instructions from individual members, is a "good thing."
"I think that the goals they set were fair," Sensibaugh
Board of Directors | San Joaquin Engineers Council
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Paul M. Sensibaugh - General ...
Paul M. Sensibaugh - General Manager
Sets standards for the design, development and construction of streets, utilities, and other public infrastructure.
The role of the Board is ...
The role of the Board is to set policy and give direction to the MHCSD led by General Manager Paul Sensibaugh.
Paul Sensibaugh, General Manager of Mountain House Community Services District, and ToCan Nguyen addressed the Board on this matter.Continued to March 21, 2006, at 9:00 a.m. with the Hearing open.