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Mr. Greenwood's staff of 2, make more salary than the previous coroner had for a an annual budget. I should hope they are putting it to good use. Just because someone is likeable, doesn't mean they are the most qualified. Let's put a person in office that can medically fulfill the position, and not have to rely on outside contracting.
But that is exactly my point, Mark. Is more money going to make him un-see what he has to? Did he think he would just be picking up elderly from nursing homes? He must have known what he signed up for
Perhaps if the position is TOO much for Greenwood, he should not run for re-election
I encourage anyone who thinks it should be a 3 lane road, to come on out and watch traffic for a day. My office window looks out at Rose street, and I have witnessed some pretty scary driving during this construction. People in wrong lanes regularly. People passing busses that are stopped for loading/unloading passengers, right out through the cones and into oncoming traffic. Imagine that when the cones aren't there, how many people would do this. The people that do abide by the rules today, have been lined up two blocks deep, waiting on the bus. 3 lanes is not safe! With 4 lanes, at least there is a flowing lane of traffic.
go to their website if you want updated info. signs don't say anything about that
Why didn't they contact the current Coroner?
This guy lives in an alternate plane of reality
Don't waste your time with City Hall on the goathead "issue". The Railroad owns the right of way, and the City will tell you as much. They drive a big truck down the tracks once a year, and that is their idea of maintenance. The trees, also fall into their right of way. It took a safety issue, after a wind storm, to get the City to step up and trim them back.
It's great to hear that the Sheriff is up to date on labor practice, but let's not break our arm patting ourselves on the back....Geesh
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