Sunday, May 22, 2016

City To Firefighters: There's No Hidden Agenda | WWNY TV 7

       City Councilman Steve Jennings is gradually coming forth as the leader on the Council for reducing the size of the Fire Department. That is the agenda, hidden or otherwise, and Mr. Jennings this week said his colleagues don't share his willingness to lay off workers and he thought the proposal by the City Manager to cut and demote was too mild.
    All of this could be good cop, bad cop, orchestrated by the maestro, downstate labor shark Terry O'Neill,
     Mr. Jennings was originally the chosen candidate for interests wanting to pare the FD, but while he was not elected Mayor, he is the most strident in his views on Firemen.
City To Firefighters: There's No Hidden Agenda | WWNY TV 7 - News, Weather and Sports for | Local News

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

We already knew who voted to hire the big guns from down state. Good for them. Good for him. Good for the tax payers. Good for the future of the city. Good if we ever want to see the zombie homes come back to real life.

Anonymous said...

Your absolutely right 12:49. Zombie houses will be burned down and to the ground because nobody will be able to respond, and new ones will be built. Your exactly right. About time someone had some common sense here on the matter.
Nice Job!!

Anonymous said...

6:21 PM, you mean 14 people will respond instead of 15? I'm actually surprised nothing else has burned like the warehouse on VanDuzee Street

Anonymous said...

10:55, they set three cars on fire too.
What he really means is 10 people will respond and the other five will be on a fell off the toilet call, trying to beat the ambulance their by 45 seconds. But in the long run, the other five will be home waiting to be called in.

Anonymous said...

Snapshots of the budget only peeve the the narrow minded. Cuts need to be across the board so everyone can contribute to a lower tax increase. What a novel idea; too bad a fair management team does not understand such logic.