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Workers have more questions following public health district split – Riverside, California

Riverside, California 2021-10-21 23:14:42 –

Corpus Christi, Texas — Corpus Christi-The impact of the division in the Nueces County Public Health District continues.

Public Health Director Annette Rodriguez talked about her shocks and concerns about city officials who are uncertain about the future on Thursday afternoon.

“The first question is why do we have to reapply,” Rodriguez said. “I mean these are people’s lives and they don’t know what happened now. I don’t even know what happened now.”

What happened was an instantly announced division.

Rodriguez asked, “What does it mean to get off the health district?”

Through the news on Tuesday, she learned about the division of the health sector, which she is the director of.

Soon, she got a call to a question she didn’t have an answer to.

Especially from a city official who asked what would happen to our work.

Mayor Peter Zanoni stopped by the Health Department on Wednesday morning to answer these questions. But Annette says there are still more questions than answers and no one was relieved that they would work after the split.

“So everyone is going to get the job back? No, they said it was a competitive process. The question was asked if only the applicants inside it, and he No, it will be outside, and the question was still there Why are we in the middle of a pandemic, do we have to reapply? “

As vacations approach, questions about work in those cities are in the midst of a pandemic raised by city councilman Gil Hernandez.

Immediately after the split was voted on Tuesday, Hernandez said, “Peter, apparently there are employees in the county and city. Will you reinsurance city employees for the opportunity to work in the city’s new health sector? “.

According to Annette, these positions have not been created within 90 days of the split and employees are not informed of where to apply.

Also, if their own work may or may not be there.

Rodriguez said, “Basically, I say this is the first day. It will help you understand it with you. A little about why we thought we shouldn’t understand it. I noticed that I should make a plan for the first day. “

And Rodriguez continued about her work after working in the city for 23 years.

Rodriguez, along with 72 other city officials, says he still doesn’t know where their future lies.

Meanwhile, there are 52 county employees, and nothing is said about their future situation.



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