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Excerpt of city manager:
“When I came on board, I had lots to do and it was exciting. Now it’s pretty much routine the same thing I was doing yesterday, I’ll be doing tomorrow,” he said, reached Friday in his office at City Hall. “I get bored easily.”
Wow! I guess this explains why a damaged flagpole can sit in a ROW at a public park for an extended period of time. I guess boredom has its own set of consequences.
I do not know who to address this boring request: Mr Pinter for allowing a ROW in a park as a staging or holding zone or a city manager that is bored with running the city.
From my perspective this may explain why this city operates the way it does, essentially without a daily plan! Even though we have a grandiose Midtown District plan.
Folks, this damaged flagpole is indicative of sub-par standards of management, when a discarded flagpole cannot be properly disposed.
Thank God the county picks up my trash twice a week, on a routine basis (some would say a boring schedule).... because the city cannot dispose of a single damaged flagpole.
My only rationale in understanding the city decision: its too boring to manage? So lets just park it here in a park.
Oh! And we all complain we have a parking problem, yet the city can park a flagpole under the revised management of Public Works now responsible for Parks and Rec maintenance set by Mr. Riviere.
I think we may need a new city manager with an understanding of how parks are managed, because the last place one would dispose of a damaged flagpole would be an open park.
Speaking of city managers, the last one I thought had a clue was a Parks and Rec director given the responsibilities as interim city manager, Dana Souza, and we know his fate. I believe he would have a plan in dealing with a damaged flagpole: NO DISPOSING OF WASTE IN A PUBLIC PARK!
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