An independent investigator has found wide-ranging, systemic and cultural problems in the Pomperaug District Department of Health. The investigation was opened into allegations involving director Neal Lustig. He was suspended in June after a complaint was filed by a new deputy director and an office incident with another employee. He served 33 years in the district that serves Southbury, Oxford, and Woodbury. The office incident was fully redacted in documents from the health district. Hearst Connecticut Media reported that an “independent, third-party Human Resources investigation” conducted interviews with employees though Lustig did not participate in the interviews. The report recommends office-wide behavior training and behavioral coaching, anti-harassment, anti-bullying, and anti-discrimination training. The investigation was paid for by the district.