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The US Army Corps of Engineers’ manager for Lake Mendocino says it is lack of staffing at the Corp’s HR department and not his mismanagement that has left Lake Mendocino understaffed and in need of closing some recreation sites. An anonymous former employee filed a complaint accusing current lake overseer Mike Dillabough of gross mismanagement, alleging he intentionally left several jobs positions vacant and misused money. Dillabough, himself only in the job temporarily, confirmed to the Daily Journal there are seven full-time jobs at Lake Mendocino vacant, or filled by temporary workers, and he will also be leaving soon due to a medical condition. He says the struggle at Lake Mendocino is due to a staffing struggle at the Corps’ Human Resources office where several people have retired or quit. As for the money management, he says some Lake Mendocino money was diverted to Lake Sonoma to fulfill a federally required project.


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