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Lodi Boys and Girls Club head worked for medical marijuana operation

Club's board of directors plan meeting tonight to consider exec's future

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Posted: Wednesday, January 16, 2013 12:00 am

Directors of the Lodi Boys and Girls Club are meeting tonight after learning that the club's CEO once worked briefly for a marijuana operation, but did not disclose that when he applied for his current job.

Paul Bonell, president of the Lodi Boys and Girls Club, did some consulting work in the past with a now-defunct medical marijuana operation. But Bonell did not list this work on his resume, and did not disclose it to the board of directors during the hiring process.

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2 comments:

  • Lisa Colon-Thomas posted at 12:18 pm on Wed, Jan 16, 2013.

    Negrapalma Posts: 1

    What's the big deal....he was a consultant. Is he doing his job for the club? That's what matters....give it a rest. And move on to what matters..it's the children that's the bottom line.

     
  • Lisa Wagner posted at 9:36 am on Wed, Jan 16, 2013.

    Lodiblondie Posts: 2

    Add it to his Resume and move on!

     
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