Glendale Chamber president claims city manager berated him in public

Heidt said. “[Fischer] kept gesturing and pointing at me with her hands."
Heidt said. “[Fischer] kept gesturing and pointing at me with her hands.”
By Darrell Jackson | The Glendale Star

An incident at a local restaurant has the city council in discussions as to what to do about possible ethics and human resources violations by City Manager Brenda Fischer. The city council has called a special meeting for 3 p.m. Fri. Jan. 23 to discuss matters of personnel and performance concerning Fischer and Chamber President and CEO Robert Heidt.

Heidt e-mailed the mayor and each councilmember about a confrontation between himself and Fischer.

Mayor Jerry Weiers assistant Thomas Adkins said the Mayor had no comment on this matter at this time.

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