Don't act stupid people know
Don't act stupid people know
Well I'm sorry you must be stupid
i must be stupid too because I don't know what that comment was supposed to mean:
"Must be nice to live off the system why the working man pays your way"
explain it to us jbird?
I'm not getting into it remember oil always comes to the top. Wny just has to come clean about the deamons in his closet.
Day 4 of no recycling being picked up thank god are garbage is not picked up by these guys.
Some of us are worry about this earth and recycle got to slow down the global warming
The sun was shining again today in town, the AW trucks picked up averting a potential townwide catastrophe. Perhaps this was what the Mayans were referring to, but not to worry, our blue totes are once again empty and sitting in our garages waiting for our papers and plastics. After this disaster of epic proportions, I think we should go back to our own town recycling program. Re buy the fleet of trucks, hire another 20 peeps, and some supervisors, only pick up every other week, cardboard once every 3 months. Now that was some service! Ahh, the good old days
I thought Max had been forbidden from making his political phone calls.
From Cheektowaga Bee:
Max’s phone records remain at heart of political debate
by MATT KRUEGER
Max Frank Max, director of the Cheektowaga Sanitation Department, continues to find himself in the cross hairs of town Republicans.
And he’s getting sick of it.
Ted Morton and Mitch Martin continued their crusade against Max, the Cheektowaga Democratic Committee chairman, this week. They claim that during the first two months of this year, Max made more than 170 political phone calls from his office during town time.
Morton addressed the Town Board during Monday’s meeting to say calls had been made to Erie County Democratic Chairman Len Lenihan, the Erie County Board of Elections and the Democratic chairmen of the towns of Evans and West Seneca.
“It baffles me to figure out, and I’ve tried to figure this out, what any of those have to do with sanitation,” Morton said.
Max was previously reprimanded by the Town Board for making non-business calls from his office last year. But the issue didn’t stop there. Republicans have continued to attack Max, while Democrats on the board maintain that the issue has been settled.
Max and members of the Town
Board, including Supervisor Mary
Holtz, have said repeatedly that the phone calls have stopped. Max also has said he is being targeted for political reasons and that Morton is just upset because he was unsuccessful in challenging Holtz in last year’s election for supervisor.
“This is nonsensical, and I’ve had enough of talking about it,” Max said. “I’ve been out in the public attending meetings about garbage totes, and not one person from the public has said anything about the Sanitation Department. But Morton keeps getting up in front of the board to talk about a dead issue. He’s an embarrassment.”
Councilman Gerald Kaminski, who oversees the Sanitation Department, said he reviewed some of the phone records and found only five calls he questioned. He said he is reviewing the rest.
“The thing to remember is that this is a personnel issue,” he said when questioned after the meeting. “Because of confidentiality, I can’t talk about it. There are processes and policies involved, and that’s what I’m tied up in now. But I’m not the only one involved.”
Martin forwarded a list of phone numbers he claims were made by Max from his town office to The Cheektowaga Bee on Tuesday. He said it shows a “waste of taxpayer dollars” and that he wants to see the Town Board give Max an ultimatum to either work for the town or do political work, but not both.
Martin and Morton have both made it clear the formal reprimand Max received was not enough.
“I am currently taking this beyond the town, since the town refuses to police itself,” Martin said in his email to The Bee. He is looking to take legal action against the town.
Max is also talking about taking legal action against Morton and Martin for, as he said, spreading baseless lies with no facts to back them up.
Also during Monday’s meeting, the Town Board unanimously sponsored and approved a resolution to request that the U.S. Postal Service reassess its decision to close its processing facility on William Street in Buffalo. The move would force 700 employee layoffs.
“There are employees who live in Cheektowaga, and we have a lot of important mail going out to Rochester first,” Holtz said. “It slows down the process.”
Councilman James Rogowski said a 2006 mandate for the Postal Service to prepay for a health care fund that is costing nearly $55 billion over 10 years, is to blame.
“The U.S. government had no right to impose a health care plan that they had to prepay,” he said. “They should have negotiated a health care plan, instead of forcing them to take a prepaid plan. The U.S. government was wrong for doing that in 2006. It’s wrong today.”
The next Town Board meeting is scheduled for 6:45 p.m. Monday, April 16, in the Council Chambers at Town Hall, 3301 Broadway.
Yes, there are FOUR on the town board
So MM said he is going to take "legal action" - good for him.
I'm sick of hearing Ted Wozniak complaining about meaningless political dribble to just to hear himself speak. If there is truly anything to his claims it will get aired out in court.
Politically its a losing issue for Ted. It was aired out before the election and the majority of voters did not vote for Ted. Doesn't he get it?
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