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Thursday, October 26, 2006

Shouldn't they be looking for funding

instead of reading this blog - again . . . .


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5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

many people who work for city hall do not suck and truly care about what the hell is happening to this city so give them a break. try to be a little bit more creative in your attacks, you have used this one enough.

October 28, 2006  
Blogger Anniken Davenport, Esquire said...

Well, I think it odd that Internet service is not being cut off at City Hall, but the police are losing theirs due to unpaid bills. It's not like police can get their own online access in the car. You, however, can access the Internet at home.

October 28, 2006  
Blogger Aries708 said...

I have to agree with anonymous here Anniken. Having online access in the workplace vs. in patrol cars might on the surface seem like the same thing, but it most likely isn't something you can compare "apple to apple." You know this.

I think your line of arguing against the city's fiscal woes has gotten weak of late. You need to step up your game young Skywalker!!

I also agree that city workers are not to blame here. Well, sort of...just the elected ones are to blame for this mess.

Be happy that they read your web log. You do want people to read this, right? We already have a failed blog/b-board in Pennlive...

October 29, 2006  
Blogger Anniken Davenport, Esquire said...

Maybe Aries has a point.

I'm sure there are plenty of dedicated city workers who certainly don't deserve to lose their internet access, much less their jobs.

In fact, I'm quite sure all these layoffs are entirely bogus. There's no reason the city should be in this position. It didn't happen suddenly. Surely upper level management have known for months that the incinerator isn't bringing in the revenue that was needed. They should have come to the table with the real financial picture months ago.

Ah, but maybe that would have caused a primary election problem? Did they know in May? At least they could have let us know right after the big coronation ceremony . . .

October 30, 2006  
Blogger Aries708 said...

That is a great point. I would not be surprised in the least if they did know. I had not thought of that.

That sort of information should be common knowledge "in-house." They'd be bad pols but good public servants if they released it. CYA vs. Sayonara.

The Mayor is very adept at shell gaming his way out of things in the short run. Which is why we seem to be at this fiscal crossroads...

You can't hide the stink under the bed forever. *I can't believe I just made that up. It might be a subconscious plagiarism*

October 30, 2006  

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