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#26 Oct 8, 2009
You can partially thank those who decided that "oh my God, we need more water infrastructure" and then created the Kismet water plant which is not needed currently.
#27 Oct 12, 2009
Yeah what the HE LL are they going to do with that New plant..... oh they can make a big break room for the union guys , while they hide from work LOL
By the way with Queen beds for their mistresses....
Way to go..thats where I want my tax dollars
#28 Oct 12, 2009
Thats some sad,but true Funny shit
#29 Oct 12, 2009
Chiquita Lock could reopen Wednesday
Denes Husty III [email protected] October 12, 2009
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Twitter 9:19 A.M. Final steel placement will take place Monday morning and the City of Cape Coral has scheduled the crane to be onsite Tuesday morning to set the gate in place.
This process will take most of the day.
If the work is completed successfully, the lock will reopen on Wednesday.
The Chiquita Lock has been out of service since Oct. 2 when the west gate became inoperable.
Crews have been working on the repairs all of last week.
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Wow THIS is record history for repair time , Tell me did they loose some GREAT employees at Facilities , who knew what they were doing . And the cost of overtime????Out the window..I would like to see the actual paper maintenance sheets for the last year or two. We have 2 people over there that dont want to work & spend, Until the BIG breakdowns then comes "OH SHI-"Get with the maintenance guys and gals ,good management in the past didnt reflect CRAP like this....Pay attention and work harder.
10/12/2009 6:00:10 PM Wow THIS is record history for repair time , Tell me did they loose some GREAT employees at Facilities , who knew what they were doing . And the cost of overtime????Out the window..I would like to see the actual paper maintenance sheets for the last year or two. We have 2 people over there that dont want to work & spend, Until the BIG breakdowns then comes "OH SHI-"Get with the maintenance guys and gals ,good management in the past didnt reflect CRAP like this....Pay attention and work harder. kaylan
#30 Oct 13, 2009
#32 Oct 17, 2009
Bad place to work if your not in the CLUB!
#33 Oct 18, 2009
we can begin, in earnest, to set in place a new arrangement on a road to financial recovery, restoration of the public trust, promotion of "public and private" interests, control of spending, reduction of taxes, fiscal responsibility and accountability. Vote Nov. 3 for John Sullivan (Mayor), Jim Martin (District 1), Chris Chulakes-Leetz (District 4) and John Cataldi (District 6). Let's continue to conspire for positive changes and new path forward!
#34 Oct 24, 2009
Nothing is being done to the Union Presidents sons salary IS IT!! He's salary just keeps going UP and UP and UP!!!
Tuesday Oct 6 Judged:
Why sure he's IN THE "GOOD OLE B0YS CLUB" we all know that what about LAURA shes diong better than wallys wife so the storys are told
#35 Oct 28, 2009
Dont forget to VOTE!!!!!!!!!!
#36 Oct 28, 2009
Public Trust Benchmarks
Comparison to benchmark
Value of services for the taxes paid to Cape Coral Below
The overall direction that Cape Coral is taking Below
Job Cape Coral government does at welcoming citizen involvement Below
Job Cape Coral government does at listening to citizens Below
Overall image or reputation of Cape Coral Below
#37 Oct 28, 2009
FIGURE 70: RATINGS OF CITY EMPLOYEES (AMONG THOSE WHO HAD CONTACT) BENCHMARKS
Perceptions of City Employees (Among Those Who Had Contact) Benchmarks
Comparison to benchmark
City employee knowledge Below
City employee responsiveness Below
City employee courteousness Below
City employee Below
#38 Oct 29, 2009
This IS very helpful and informative PLEASE VOTE
Cut and paste you will learn Alot "WE need change"
#39 Oct 30, 2009
Watchdog group wants Cape Coral auditor Kessler to return
By Brian Liberatore July 18, 2008
An audit, which two years ago blasted the city's handling of its utility expansion program, continues to poison the public's faith in their government, some council members say.
One local city government watchdog group and more than 1,500 residents say the only way to restore that trust is to bring back Michael Kessler, author of the controversial audit.
John Sullivan, who heads the Cape Coral Minutemen, has so far helped collect more than 1,500 signatures from residents demanding the city rehire Kessler to take a broader look at its utility expansion program.
While there is support on council for another audit, others are soured by the thought of another visit from Kessler.
"I want him back," Sullivan said. "He's the only one that had the guts to stand up to the city staff and to MWH (the company overseeing the UEP). The best thing that can happen is they bring this guy back and he finds nothing wrong. If this city is ever going to be run right, it needs the trust of the people."
Mayor Eric Feichthaler agreed the 2006 audit still casts a cloud over City Hall, but wanted a different auditor. He claimed there were errors in Kessler's 2006 audit, bad blood between Kessler and city staff and shaky allegations from Kessler of wrongdoing.
"I would be very interested in conducting an additional audit from an independent third party," Feichthaler said. "I think we need to get another set of eyes."
Accusations in Kessler's audit, which suggested bid rigging from contractors working on the utility project, spurred an investigation from the FBI. Nothing has come of the investigation yet.
Councilman Pete Brandt, who earlier this year pushed to bring back Kessler, offered support for the Minutemen's survey.
"I think the number (of signatures) was significant," Brandt said. "I think people are fed up with a lot things. They feel that Kessler coming back can help them get over some of their frustration."
Kessler said he would be willing to take a second look at the UEP to see where improvements have been made and whether problems still persisted.
"There is follow-up work that could be done," Kessler said. "Normal course is once the deficiencies are pointed out, it would be routine to go back and be sure that deficiencies are being addressed and the same that things that were done in the past aren't being done now."
So far, Kessler said he hasn't heard from the city
Sullivan said his group would continue to collect signatures until the city brought back Kessler.
"We're going to keep running up the score," Sullivan said. "They (council members) are either going to have to listen or look pretty foolish."
#40 Nov 5, 2009
I knew he would run if any "CHANGA" took place----WELCOME MR. SULLIVAN..Bye Bye Big Guy lollollol
#41 Nov 9, 2009
Karma!!! Nuff said , Bye Mr Stewart!
#42 Nov 22, 2009
Thats the truth LOL
#43 Dec 11, 2009
THEY are "all resigning"??????? Whos next
#44 Jan 3, 2010
#45 Feb 7, 2010
That place sucks!
#46 Feb 13, 2010
They are constantly on the news for some wrongdoing!
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