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Re: “Courting Votes

JJames - she corrected her mistakes by harassing, demoting and cutting the salary of one of the clerks involved in half. No backup system was put in place to prevent this happening again. There is no consistent schedule for training new clerks. It is an as needed based system of training.

The question to be asked is how much this mistake cost the taxpayers when the matter was taken to the Court of Appeals and then to the Arizona Supreme Court.

Noland's claim that her "people are paid less than those (on the judicial side) in Superior Court who are doing the same jobs" is just another example of an incumbent politician talking out of both sides of her mouth. There is no job on the judicial side that is comparable to what her Associate Clerks are doing. Although it is not clear why Noland needs 3 Associate clerks with combined salaries of more than $371,000.00 per year.

If Noland is so concerned about "being there to help get us through this hard economic time" maybe she should be looking at cutting back of the number of Associate Clerk's it takes to help Noland do her job. $371,000.00 would go a long way toward hiring more clerks to cover courtrooms and train them properly.

Posted by RHale on 09/23/2010 at 10:11 PM

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