December 20, 2010 at 6:00 pm in INFORUM
The city of Moorhead and its embattled fire chief, Joel Hewitt, appear to have reached an agreement that will make clear the chief’s future with the city.
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Absolutely disgusting that Moorhead would need to pay this pervert off, especially after paying him for not working for 4 months. And what is wrong with his wife? She should have shown him the door a long time ago.
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Why do they always have to come to a (financial) agreement? Why happened to the days that if you wanted to get rid of someone you just fired them? Once again the tax payers will be taking it in the shorts!!!!
What did he do wrong that calls for him to get fired?
I could care less what this guy, or any other person does behind closed doors with whomever he choses to do so as long as that person consents and is of age. If Mr. Hewitt, as our fire chief wasn’t doing it while he is supposed to be at work, then it is his business. Our society cares way too much about what everyone else is doing. I have an idea…Why doesn’t everyone all just take your noses out of everyone elses business and start tending to your own.
If you read the report of the investigation which is available online you will see that he was on duty and using the city vehicle. Anyway you look at it he was doing something illegal on the city time. He is a public servant and we should not have to pay him a dime. If he was smart he would have resigned when this all started, but I guess he is just in it for the money and himself. What a disappointment that he didn’t uphold the integrity of the fire department that he was hired to lead.
Carge him on the prostitution. Fargo-Moorhead are well on the way to just one more big city full of prostitutes and drugs. They claim to be trying to stop it but when they have someone they could prosecute, they pass.
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