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Pony up for harassment

Dear Editor:

Following Mayor Mick Ireland’s logic that those who waste the most time at City Hall should get paid the most money is a very interesting management concept.

Is it possible that a compensation strategy like this could inadvertently bankrupt an

organization? And what was that other project City Hall was bouncing around recently? Something about borrowing a ton of money because we “ran out”? We must have some real professional time wasters in City Hall, huh?

Additionally, if Mick should get paid more money because of all the residents who harass him, the finance department better pad the budget big time for all the residents and employees he harasses!

Rebecca Doane


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