By Miki Mullor
The Sammamish emergency preparedness manager was transferred to Fire District 10 on March 2 amid controversy that goes across a broad spectrum. The transfer is unrelated to the Coronavirus outbreak.
- Complaint of harassment and political retaliation levied against council member Pam Stuart by the City’s Emergency Preparedness Manager employee, Andrew Stevens.
- Stuart subsequently levied a charge of making a threat against Stevens.
- Stuart complains of Stevens’ wife’s involvement in a Facebook election-oriented group and being “very mean.”
- Roots date to 2015 during the administration of then-Mayor Tom Vance and then-city manager Ben Yazici, when neglect and equipment failure was revealed.