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“Police requests included $28,800 for replacement laptop computers and $30,000 for new patrol boat outboard engines”.
A few years ago an individual who worked at the marina where our “Naval Fleet” is stored told me the new boat engines are replaced every year, because if they do not replace them, this item would be removed from future budgets, and I’m sure the laptop computers and many other items are handled the same way.
It is time to revise the budget system, and place items like boat engines, etc. in a reserve based on the useful life of the item, and not simply replace them every year.
I am also curious about who benefits from the so-call used engines, and other almost new equipment.
Now, if you think we have problems with our “Group of Seven” running our City, here is an example of our “Group of 535” who are running our Country. I don’t know about you, but this scares the “you know what” out of me:
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