October 7, 2018, Honolulu, Hawaii.
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Carroll talks about the State of Hawaii, Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR), and their mandate to protect the land and wildlife of Hawaii. Carroll notes, nonprofit organizations have been infiltrating various agencies with their own interests and agendas. Case in point, DLNR Chairperson Suzanne Case and her chief of law enforcement, Mr. Robert Farrell.
Carroll reads and comments on a letter Mr. Farrell wrote to a large number of people regarding his many accomplishments as DLNR DOCARE chief, and his resignation from the DLNR after 22 months of service. However, Farrell goes on to say he will remain engaged to lead his projects until a new chief is hired. What does that mean? (Read the resignation letter here.)
Carroll asked questions. The answer he received from DLNR was "he did not resign." (Read QA here.) The DLNR then issued a press release regarding Farrell's resignation. (Read the press release here.)
The second hour Carroll reads a letter from Farrell to his staff he wrote on February 12, 2018, regarding job performance. (Link here to that letter.)
So, what did Farrell mean when he said he quit, and what does "continued employment" mean? Could his resignation be due to pending court cases and the "black files" he said he maintains on his employees? Carroll reviews some of the other problems at the DLNR.
Jason Redulla will take over as interim chief until a permanent chief is hired.