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If you have documentation of unethical behavior, abusive action toward citizens or employees, harassment, or poor management practices by Calvin Peck, please contact WWAY to pass on to the petition carriers on Bald Head. We are trying to show patterns of behavior so even if your occurence happened years ago, we need to hear about it. We are asking the Council to use their state statute powers to investigate 23 concerns that have been reported to us by employees and citizens. Each of those concerns has a face or an incident behind it. However, our employees are fearful if they speak out because they will be fired. They have been told if they even talk to citizens about issues, they will be fired.
There seems to a definition problem here on the island. When the words, "best interest of the island," appear in a document written by Human Resources/Communication Director, "Village" means in the best interst of Calvin. For example, if I do have an employee who
will stand by his principles not mine, it is the best interest of the Village to force him to resign. Chief's Munna resignation was as voluntary as Calvin Peck's resignation was in Carolina Beach.
When the Council uses the words, "in the best interest of the Village," it generally means please do not make us work harder than we are. When villagers use "in the best interest of the village," we mean the people's safety, health, comfort of those live, work, and play here. We are trying to redefine that term in the Councilmen's minds. We know it will take awhile and hope people will support us by signing the petition.


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