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Airborne Trooper  
wilson cty  
August 21, 2013 2:49pm
 
Richard, yes you are right, things are like this because of the people we had on council, Mayor and city manager in the past. Today we have audit committees to ensure what we are doing is right. They now have to raise taxes to make up for all the loses the previous administration created. This city is filled with employees who are relatives and friends with the previous council and their incompetence has led us to where we are at now. The Police chief needs to take a hard look at what he is wanting and prioritize to what is really needed. If there is nothing wrong with the current vehicle fleet, then don't ask for SUV, maybe just upgrade the equipment in these vehicles. We don't need big V-8 with capabilities for high speed chases. The police chief not only has to be certified as a peace officer, but he should have some business background to understand budgets, planning and prioritizing the true needs for his force. Seems to me like they just threw things on there as a wish list. The city cannot afford 6 new SUV, but maybe it could some of the upgrades in equipment. This is the greed that needs to stop so we can get back on track in this city.
     
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