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Posted: Thursday, June 19, 2014 7:00 pm

In the less-than-three-month period that Crystal Pearl worked for the city of Santa Fe’s Building Permit Division, the licensed architect said she experienced more dysfunction than at any other job in her career.

“The division has good people who are hard-working and deserve a nontoxic working environment (energetically and physically), adequate management, open communication from management, training, certifications and opportunities for advancement,” Pearl wrote in an email to Mayor Javier Gonzales after she resigned last month.

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