Wednesday, June 24, 2009

WHERE ARE THEY GETTING THE FUNDING FOR THE PD INVESTIGATION?


"To date, this two-month internal investigation has cost Greece taxpayers more than $94,000." ~~ WHEC.com

SCATS ~~ Mr. Auberger, TELL US WHERE IS THIS MONEY COMING FROM?

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's obvious -- from the franchise fee slush fund

Anonymous said...

LOL 12:49! Finally it's being put to a good use!

Anonymous said...

Not to mention that high priced new lawyer sitting on the left of Lozzie. I thought the town paid Diraddo for the job of attorney? Or is he still too busy incorporating off shore accounts for criminals like Schwab?

Anonymous said...

This will help explain it. Thanks for the earlier link SCATS!

http://www.changegreece.com/component/option,com_myblog/show,Get-your-buckets-ready-Its-raining-money-.html/Itemid,82/

Anonymous said...

Do yoy really think $94,000 is a lot of money in their budget? Wake up!

Anonymous said...

It may be "their" budget, but it's "OUR" money, and you bet it's alot to pay for Auberger to be able to pin his illegal behavior on Merritt Rahn.

That's what you and the republicans fail to remember - it's OUR money. You work for US. Got it?

Anonymous said...

HAVE YOU HAD ENOUGH???? Well, I have and I am sick and tired of our town being fodder for the media staining this town's reputation, not only county wide, but state wide.

I am tired of the ribbing I get at work every day from my fellow employees who live elsewhere.

I moved to Greece several years ago because of its good reputation as a place to live and raise my family. What a mistake! I would describe myself as a moderate Republican and I have always voted for Republican candidates. Not any more, at least in the town and county elections.

Faced with the police scandals and the emerging Robutrad scandals, this November I could stay home and not vote for the other guys. I have decided not to stay home and give up my right to vote. Instead, the other guys are running candidates, thereby giving me a choice. I choose to vote for something else. This year I will vote for the other guys.

Anonymous said...

John Auberger was voted in as the executive chief of our town. With that came his responsibility to put in place a team of professionals who would work to safe guard our interests while we are at work earning the dollars necessary to keep our homes, and feed our families. John like an excutive of a large company has the reponsibility for keeping costs down and allowing a margin of profitability for it's sharholders. These shareholders are the residents and tax paying folks of this town. The profitability is the market comparables of our property, redueced taxes, a safe community with good schools, job opportunities and resources.
What young family when hearing of the goings on in this town and school district will be eager to move in.
John you have failed us and you should with integrity remove yourself from the executive position. But then integrity might mean something entirely different to you then me.

Anonymous said...

@9:18 - I never thought for one minute that Greece democrats would defend Merritt Rahn just to try and take out Auberger. Next thing you know they'll try to get rid of the GPD and replace it with a "metro" force. Oh wait...

Anonymous said...

While 11:31 makes many good points the poster is in error on one big point. A municipality is not a private enterprise and should not be run as enterprise. The public good is not a matter of privater profit or profitability.

I think the analogy confuses more than it clarifies.

SCATS said...

One thing I can say for sure about the whole GPD scandal is that I think we as a community owe a Rochester HUUU-JAH "thank you" to Nick Joseph. Without his brazen stupidity, it would still be "business as usual" and Robu-trad would be Auberger's biggest problem.

"THANKS, NICK!"

Anonymous said...

12:18- I take offense at your comment about Greece Democrats defending Merrit Rahn. Are you kidding me? That is your opinion that has no merrit. I being a democrat have great respect for officiers in the Greece Police Department who honorably serve at making Greece a safe community. Auberger has done a horrible job in regards to his responsibilites as a Town Supervisor. Besides costing the Greece taxpayers thousands of dollars in scandals, law suits, and back door deals. He along with his cronies who are all Republicans on the Greece Town Board do not listen and act in the best interest of the citizens in the Greece community. They are taxing people out of their homes. The time has come for new Greece leaders to emerge who have integrity and willingness improve our community by working with all citizens by being fiscally responsible. The Republican oligarchy needs to held accountable for their actions. This November 3rd the people have an opportunity to use their democratic power and vote out the rubber-stamped Republicans.

Anonymous said...

And vote in rubber stamping democrats!

Anonymous said...

After seeing the Greece Democrats in the parade and the way the crowd cheered, I sure am seeing the tide change.

Thank Greece for having the common sense to throw Auberger and his bums out.

Anonymous said...

Damn right, there is no better reason to vote than to throw the bum out.

Just look how well that's been working out since last November. How's the stimulus plan working out at your house?

Anonymous said...

How's it working out for YOU is a better question:

NBC/Wall Street Journal poll: The overall popularity of the Republican Party has now dropped below even the abysmal level of approval enjoyed by Dick Cheney.

The poll found that 26% of respondents have a very positive or somewhat positive view of Cheney, up eight points from April. Meanwhile, it found that the GOP overall is viewed very or somewhat positively by only 25%, down four points from April.

Okay, the difference is within the margin of error, making this a statistical tie. But still, this is pretty awful for the GOP, given that for a long time Cheney’s historic unpopularity seemed to define a kind of low-water mark among Republicans.

June 19, 2009

http://msnbcmedia.msn.com/i/msnbc/sections/news/090617_NBC-WSJ_poll_Full.pdf

Anonymous said...

The Greece POLICE Department is the best thing that ever happened to the Greece SCHOOL DISTRICT!

Anonymous said...

For 12:12
Not to debate it but to clarify. Enterprise is based on profittability (the accumulation of wealth in the dollar sense for the shareholders).
Muncipal profittability is based on (the accumulation of equity in the dollar sense for the shareholder"resident tax payers).
Whatever the case, the town supervisor has done more to fracture the infastructure of the town for his sake of control then he has to create a homogeneous structure. Which ends up as a loss in equity for the tax payer