Thursday, August 12, 2010

GPD Recruiting Special Police Volunteers

Town's website says qualifications include: being at least 18 years of age, a United States Citizen, have earned a high school diploma, have a valid driver’s license, and must be medically and physically fit. Applicants must be able to volunteer a minimum of 12 hours per month and be a resident of Monroe County.

“This program helps strengthen our commitment to keeping residents in the Town of Greece safe. Our Special Police are a vital part of Greece being recognized as one of America’s safest communities.” ~~ John Auberger, Supervisor

SCATS ~~ After all that's happened, Supervisor Alzheimer still believes in the fantasy that Greece is one of "America's Safest Communities." Good golly gee whiz, I bet he believes he hasn't raised our taxes, too ;)


Anonymous said...

I doubt whether Auberger believes it though with his memory issues who knows.

More likely it is a convenient poltical fiction to employ like low taxes

SCATS said...

To 5:41PM ~~ The fact that Supervisor Alzheimer tries to perpetuate the lie of "Safe Community" folling the Greece PD debacle makes me wonder about his sanity/stability.

Anonymous said...

Thursday Aug 12, 2010 Greece Police patrol car traveled over curb and across sidewalk on Mt. Read Blvd and became disabled on grassy area overhanging a ditch.

Tow truck gave assistance 9:20pm.

Other facts are known.

What was the cause and is there a public record?

SCATS said...

To 9:53PM ~~ Interesting ...

Anonymous said...

Screw you John Alzheimer. This is an insult.