Thursday, June 26, 2008

Police, No Fire

Click on the department listing for Public Affairs & Safety on the city web site and you will discover that Director Martin Hellwig is only the boss of the police.

Whoever is overhauling the web site should be provided with an organizational chart, so that they might understand that the Fire Division is also under Public Affairs & Safety.

There used to be more under that department, but at least the two existing divisions should be recognized.

The shared services agreement between the school district and city only went to the end of this month, as I understand it. Who's next to sort out the details?

--Bernice Paglia


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did we ever receive clarification as to the shared services agreement? MP asked questions but were they answered? Too often outstanding questions do not get answered.

9:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And if you click on the link it goes to the Police Division which shows Chief Edward Santiago. Looks like the whole City need overhauling.

10:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

By now, we can only expect sloppiness from the administration. Hellwig is a political appointee, and they don't even care enough to get things right. Where are the RFPs, or is the bidding process no longer important? Read Councilman Storch on pay tp play! The press release section is a joke. Note that some of the press releases are dated AFTER the event, like the doubledutch event, in a "hurry-up" mode when the "communications" dept. and the mayor realized that they hadn't publicized it in advance. Also, note ALL THE TYPOGRAPHICAL and GRAMMATICAL ERRORS in the press releases. It's embarrassing to have communications people who don't know how to write a coherent, well-structured sentence!

12:02 PM  

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