Well it seems that documents should be presented to the public of the source and expenditure of the money for these glass walls. I have to side with you on this one. I don't think citizens would or did support putting up this barrier. If the threats where made, police reports should have been made. Anyone can say someone made threats. Proof should be made to the public. I want to know where the money came from for this. Just cause someone says homeland security paid for it is not good enough.<quoted text> We are being forced into a police state everywhere you go.
Crazy people are out there but you can't fix crazy, it just makes normal people feel less normal in my opinion and brings out the worse in everyone. I heard the reason the walls went up at City Hall was the "threats" they had received. I never heard any discussion during the Council meetings about the walls happening, why it was being done, or who paid for it. Just more tax money being spent on things that don't matter. As far as I know the ladies up front that are now "protected" were not the ones being "threatened". And the glass I am told is not bullet proof.
So what it is protecting is someone coughing on them in reality and separating them from the Citizens they serve.
I don't agree to all this extra security. I think it puts a barrier between government and citizens. Nor should anyone have to make an open records request for these documents either.