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Information about sexual harassment laws and employer responsibilities and liabilities obtained while researching the complaint prompted the Grand Jury to initiate a study of the current discrimination and sexual harassment policies and practices of San Mateo County and the cities within the County.
The Grand Jury received an anonymous complaint of sexual harassment and reviewed the sexual harassment and practices of the city named in the complaint.
This city provides detailed information to employees regarding the filing of a sexual harassment complaint with the U. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the California State Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH).
The chipper will enable the Fire District to easily dispose of large amounts of fuel.
The chipping will be conducted with FIRE SAFE San Mateo County & CAL Fire inmate crews.