SEMINOLE — As contract negotiations with Seminole firefighters continue, some former members of the department allege there is a morale issue among city employees, especially those working for Seminole Fire Rescue.
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SEMINOLE — At the July 23 Seminole City Council meeting, several councilors criticized the process and procedure of the July 15 fire contract impasse hearing at City Hall.
Councilor Jim Quinn announced he won’t seek reelection this year during the Seminole City Council’s June 29 budget workshop.
The Charter Review Committee presented four proposed charter amendments to the Seminole City Council at its May 14 meeting. Councilors directed staff to prepare the ordinances, changing language where necessary, to be placed on the Nov. 5 ballot.
A Community Emergency Response Team volunteer and journalist filed a complaint against Mayor Leslie Waters with the city claiming she made “inappropriate and threatening actions” against him prior to the Oct. 16 CERT meeting.
Just two years away from the Seminole’s 50th anniversary, the City Council has decided to create a citizen advisory committee to determine how to celebrate this milestone.
During his annual audit presentation to City Council, Peter Schatzel, a partner in the accounting firm Wells, Houser & Schatzel, P.A., told councilors that the city of Seminole “has maintained a very strong financial position” at their April 24 meeting.