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County Chief Assessor Being Sent To Counseling Program Over Concerns About His Managerial Abilities

The man who will be overseeing a reassessment of every taxable property in Beaver County is being referred to an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) over officials’ concerns about his managerial skills. County Chief Assessor Kevin McIlwain was notified this week he is being mandated to attend the county’s EAP. The action is a result of…

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Christina Corradi
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Christina Corradi

I have worked with Mr.Mcilwain for 2 years now and he is a very hands on boss. I don’t have any problems with him. He is very to the point and is a good boss.

Mr. Whipple
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Mr. Whipple

Here Cristina…take this toilet paper and wipe your nose off. SMH.

Raven
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Raven

Shakespeare penned a play called “Much Ado About Nothing.” But, that nothing turned out to be something. Methinks that “something is rotten in Denmark” fits this as well.

FUBAR
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FUBAR

Wait…WHAT??!! FIRE HIS ASS!!! WTF! So now the taxpayers are on the hook for COUNSELING??!! What the hell is wrong with the people running this county? What a bunch of dysfunctional idiots protecting peoples job who should be FIRED!!! FUBAR!!!

Rich Mann
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Rich Mann

From a personal stand point, which is all I can and will speak on, being a stern boss is not foreign to county history. Having said that, I respect honesty, and a straight-to-the-point type of person, and I’ve always found that in any approach to Mr. McIlwain. And will continue to appreciate the positive changes and honesty that I have come to respect in him!

Christina Corradi
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Christina Corradi

Not here to argue so called Mr. Whipple giving my personal opinion which I have that right. And work in the office so know a little more than you. And that is all that will be said like I said I am not here to Argue. Smh

Gringo
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Gringo

But you are in fact arguing.

Mike Suley
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Mike Suley

The Chief Assessor cannot defend himself publicly or he risks being fired by the commissioners. Personnel matters must be kept confidential.

wind
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wind

Just why is this personnel issue public? It just doesn’t seem right and I’m questioning the motive in making it public. Why? What’s up?

Physic
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Physic

Because thats what this blog is about… whether it’s fact or not.

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