Later, I submitted a series of questions that could be asked, but Vaughn refused to submit them. He toldKenKraft that it was out of animus for me.
Matt Dietz, another member of the Committee, is a person I opposed when he ran for election. But he posed those questions, especially since some of his constituents were asking them, too. He got answers from Allison Frantz, the Director of Human Services. Though she failed to appear at the meeting, he made her remarks part of the record. Here is their exchange.
3. What is the turnover rate and do we know what the industry average is?
4. What is their caseload like?
5. How many hours do they work daily/weekly?
6. Does this caseload exceed the state recommendation?
7. Do we have safeguards to follow up with families and/or youth when a CYF worker has contact with a child?
10. What are the ongoing requirements/certifications for a CYF worker?