Both the Victor public works director and planning administrator have the go-ahead from the city to take side jobs in their fields of expertise as long as the projects aren’t within city limits or in the city’s area of impact.

Many small governments allow moonlighting by staff in some form as long as there isn’t a clear conflict of interest. In the personnel policies of local cities and the county, permission from a supervisor is required. For department heads in Victor, that means getting approval from the mayor and administrator of Victor, with input from the city attorney.

This first came into question when city public works director Rob Heuseveldt served as the applicant and project engineer for Lucy Meadows, a 30-lot subdivision on 80

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