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Taxpayer5

Dunkirk, NY

#1 Feb 14, 2012
Is it true that Mr. Szot is working 95% 0f the time for the City of Dunkirk and 60% of the time for the County of Chautauqua? If this is true that would add up to 12.4 hours a day. Amazing.
Hogboy

Bronx, NY

#2 Feb 15, 2012
Math is wrong. Don't forget, city only works 35/week, not 40.
Knows the Story

Fredonia, NY

#3 Feb 15, 2012
You people can throw all the mud you want, but in just a short time he has already proved the need and worth of a full time City Attorney.
Not impressed

Buffalo, NY

#4 Feb 15, 2012
With his accident, or the way he responded to it some years ago...
Overrated

Hamburg, NY

#5 Feb 15, 2012
Leave the guy alone, he works and pays taxes! You people are unreal.
nanny

Orchard Park, NY

#6 Feb 15, 2012
Knows the Story wrote:
You people can throw all the mud you want, but in just a short time he has already proved the need and worth of a full time City Attorney.
are you nuts.the guy show not be allow to be in any goverment.a poor excuse for attorney.the city will spend more money for outside attorneys ,because this guy cant handle it.
Looks Like a Fool

Fredonia, NY

#7 Feb 15, 2012
First thing he should do is get a hair cut! Really...a "grown" man and city attorney with hair like that? Disgusting!
Taxpayer5

Dunkirk, NY

#8 Feb 15, 2012
Hogboy wrote:
Math is wrong. Don't forget, city only works 35/week, not 40.
Sorry I didn't know thats what they work. Not all workers are 35 hours. Any way that still 10.7 hours a day and $40 plus an hour. Are we getting our moneies worth?
Hogboy

Bronx, NY

#9 Feb 16, 2012
Taxpayer5 wrote:
<quoted text>Sorry I didn't know thats what they work. Not all workers are 35 hours. Any way that still 10.7 hours a day and $40 plus an hour. Are we getting our moneies worth?
Yes.
Joe Blight

Bronx, NY

#10 Feb 16, 2012
Wait, so someone is worried a public employee may be working too much?!

10 or 11 hours isnt even that much to begin with.
Krystal

Dunkirk, NY

#11 Aug 26, 2012
Not impressed wrote:
With his accident, or the way he responded to it some years ago...
His accident, or the one he caused...he ruined my life. That man should still be sitting in jail. I was a 22 year old single mother of 2 small children, on my way home from work. He (during work hours) was drunk driving, hit me and drove off. Im still waiting for an apology! I dont think anyone knows the details of that accident really, but let me tell you, after years of immobilizing pain and surgery, I still get up and go to work every day to provide for my family. If the roles were reversed, Id still be sitting in jail for being drunk and driving off. The least this "amazing" man could do was apologize. Im still waiting. Really impressive..
Frank

Fredonia, NY

#12 Aug 26, 2012
Krystal wrote:
<quoted text>
His accident, or the one he caused...he ruined my life. That man should still be sitting in jail. I was a 22 year old single mother of 2 small children, on my way home from work. He (during work hours) was drunk driving, hit me and drove off. Im still waiting for an apology! I dont think anyone knows the details of that accident really, but let me tell you, after years of immobilizing pain and surgery, I still get up and go to work every day to provide for my family. If the roles were reversed, Id still be sitting in jail for being drunk and driving off. The least this "amazing" man could do was apologize. Im still waiting. Really impressive..
Well here is your chance,post all the details and accident report. I'm sure you have all that correct?
Leonard

Dearborn, MI

#13 Aug 26, 2012
Hogboy wrote:
Math is wrong. Don't forget, city only works 35/week, not 40.
And the refuse workers only 25 hrs a week.:)
Cares

Fredonia, NY

#14 Aug 26, 2012
Krystal wrote:
<quoted text>
His accident, or the one he caused...he ruined my life. That man should still be sitting in jail. I was a 22 year old single mother of 2 small children, on my way home from work. He (during work hours) was drunk driving, hit me and drove off. Im still waiting for an apology! I dont think anyone knows the details of that accident really, but let me tell you, after years of immobilizing pain and surgery, I still get up and go to work every day to provide for my family. If the roles were reversed, Id still be sitting in jail for being drunk and driving off. The least this "amazing" man could do was apologize. Im still waiting. Really impressive..
God bless you, sweetie for taking care of your family and pushing forward after all that happened to you. Life is so unfair sometimes. All I've got to say is to hang in there. Karma always has a way of coming back around and evening things out even when people get away with something.
Dog

Dunkirk, NY

#15 Aug 27, 2012
Things happen all the time to people. President Clinton shouldn't have been the president either. If he caused an accident sue him, make him pay you for your pain. On the other hand $40 a hour for an attorney full time, any kind of attorney is cheap. He could work on his own and make $100-150 per hour easy. Be happy you got a cheap attoney for the city.
Dog

Dunkirk, NY

#16 Aug 27, 2012
Krystal, how much was the settlement? Not that, that takes away the pain but if you had a good attoney's office and had a good case you should have hit the jackpot.
long ball hitter

Albany, NY

#17 Aug 27, 2012
Dog wrote:
Krystal, how much was the settlement? Not that, that takes away the pain but if you had a good attoney's office and had a good case you should have hit the jackpot.
Krystal-forget about the apology, go for the money because that's what will care for your family.
ADA

Buffalo, NY

#18 Aug 28, 2012
Looks like this man has a history of getting away with "stuff".....and now he is City Atty. What does that tell us. No wonder Dunkirk is called a crap hole. Gotta say one thing - the powers that be cover very nicely for one another.
philly j

Orchard Park, NY

#19 Aug 28, 2012
him and dolce ,what a pair.
Jay

Buffalo, NY

#20 Aug 29, 2012
Taxpayer5 wrote:
Is it true that Mr. Szot is working 95% 0f the time for the City of Dunkirk and 60% of the time for the County of Chautauqua? If this is true that would add up to 12.4 hours a day. Amazing.
That adds up to 155% of the time total-are you saying he's working extra hard?

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