…WILDOMAR MAGAZINE EVOLVES
In a personal culmination of my “comeback” from a debilitating stroke on May 03, 2009, as of September 09, 2013, I am re-attaining my previous career level of expertise.
My current employer has approached me and offered to change my status from “independent contractor” (as an insurance claims field investigator) to that of a salaried Account Manager, managing the Construction Defect litigation of a prominent Fortune 500 residential home developer, which offer I have accepted.
I will be functioning in a “paperless environment,” working in a dedicated office in my home, so no commute or clothing will be required.
Needless to say, my computer time, will be taken up with examining insurance policies, subcontracts and status reports from panel defense counsel, and then writing comprehensive Status Reports for insurance carrier clients, most of whom are in London.
As a result, my primary attention will be focused on performing my duties on behalf of my company and their clients, rather than expending creative energies on the foibles of the elected and appointed officials of the City of Wildomar.
Lest my detractors become too excited by my re-focus, I am creating a new Wildomar Magazine category, ” Epilogue,” in order to capture any compelling news event which might compel my brief commentary.
For the most part, I believe that the fate of the City of Wildomar has been irrevocably set in stone. The pattern of conduct of the Wildomar City Council has been essentially unchanged , even after the November 2010 and November 2012 election cycles, which, in total, only added two new personalities to Wildomar’s elected body.
Rather than changing the personality of the Inaugural City Council, Ben Benoit and Tim Walker “enthusiastically” embraced the status quo, without any reservations or bringing any fresh ideas to the council dais.
Despite a major election cycle in 2014, little can or will change Wildomar’s ultimate fate.
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