Monday, July 7, 2014

Summer Council Meeting Quiet

  Dog park supporters and advocates of a change in the city ordinance on dogs at public events politely addressed Council Monday night, but didn''t get what they wanted. However, the exchange with Council was cordial and everyone left reasonably happy.
   Council also approved a long list of resolutions including a renewal of the City Manager's contract.
Council next meets next Tuesday for a work session.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

What, nothing about your medical benefits?

Anonymous said...

No one else cares.

Anonymous said...

No troll.

Anonymous said...

I think the big news will be when the parks and recs lady gets her job back. That could be sticky, or, will it just be swept under the rug while we concern ourselves with dogs LOL

Anonymous said...

Taxpayers care troll. Well, at least the ones with a brain in their head, so how would you know?

Anonymous said...

Just because she gets her job back due to some arbitrary ruling of an idiotic libtard administrative law judge, does not mean you cannot still pursue criminal and civil charges against her. Just because a dumb judge says termination is too strict a penalty for gross dereliction of duty and breach of duty of care, does not mean she cannot be held criminally responsible and financially responsible in courts that are not stocked with libtards (if there are any such courts in NYS).

Anonymous said...

http://mayorgraham.blogspot.com/2012/05/watertown-daily-times-farmers-market.html

Anonymous said...

Hey 616, why didn't they pursue criminal charges in the beginning? Because there was none, the only thing gross is your comments on something you know nothing about....

I sprayed said...

To be clearer. We don't need trolls to come out from under their bridge and tell the rest of us how we should feel. Many of us had no problem with the health insurance changes or the court ruling on the former parks and rec. lady. That's for our elected and hired officials to handle.

Anonymous said...

Or to mishandle......

Anonymous said...

Actually our hired official handled it and then Albany reversed it. Another unfunded mandate. You can't fire someone for grossly neglecting their duty.

Anonymous said...

They didn't grossly neglect their duty...