Thursday, September 23, 2010

Town of Greece Cuts Deal With Brian Ball

  


WHEC-TV reports: The Greece Town Board met Tuesday night and authorized a separation agreement that will  allow him to resign pending a retirement. All disciplinary charges against Brian Ball are now formally withdrawn. Monetary compensation in the $95,000 range is still being decided. Ball is currently working as head of security at the Rochester Museum and Science Center.
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Anonymous said...

Firkins salary 2009 $92,961 and for 2010 $97,772 . Auberger was at 107,723 then this year 114,568. It must be a fiscal year that ended in July. Nice average raise they gave themselves of 6.5%per year.

But the police make more than the 2 "I am he and we are all together" duo. Steve Chatterton 126k last year. Pat Phelan is at 140k this past year. And some others with Steve's same last name do too. Public employees have to give up a little privacy to make their built in raises and forever pensions.    9/22/2010 7:25 PM

SCATS ~~ Well, well, well ... after spending $1 million leaving "no stone unturned" and hundreds of thousands of dollars more settling multiple associated lawsuits, it looks like Uncle Auggie and crew feel they deserve some nice fat raises for dodging the bullets of yet another scandal. The people of Greece are nothing but suckers for tolerating and even supporting the most dysfunctional local government in upstate!

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

who is in line to succeed Auberger?

Anonymous said...

when is the next election for Town Supervisor?
this is madness!

Anonymous said...

It is beyond comprehension for Firkins and Auberger
to have accepted salary increases following
this GPD train wreck.

Anonymous said...

$95,000! That is what Greece paid. What did their insurance pay? This amount does not even sound close enough for someone who was illegally fired, went without pay for a length of time.

Just some thoughts.

Anonymous said...

scats your just jealous your not making that kind of dough

SCATS said...

To 8:45AM ~~ Greece residents need to make that kind of money just to be able to afford our ridiculous taxes which Auberger raised as soon as he got re-elected. We'd be much better off with the "union boss" Maloney ;)

Anonymous said...

Who says crime does not pay, you people like it and would not have it any other way.

Anonymous said...

Town board members have some explaining to do.
These salaries and raises in this economy are an insult to those paying the bills.

To town board members; you got alot of nerve for approving this.

BTW Scats thank you for bringing this to light. So much for the d+c being on top of things.

Anonymous said...

And the saddest part is we can't blame their raises on unions. They "I am he and she is he" do not belong to a union. The town board must have approved their raises. When did that happen?

Anonymous said...

everything is hidden in the budget or the first meeting of the year usually on january 1st or 2nd held during the day.

SCATS said...

To 9:18AM ~~ You're welcome. I give credit to the reader who brought up the salary increases.

To 1:22PM ~~ Living in Greece is similar to living in a Communist country. No one has any idea what's actually going on in our local town govt because there is no discussion or debate at their public meetings that get broadcast. Everyone votes "Yea" without comment. Just a bunch of pod people who take an oath, drink the Kool-Aid and forget how they got their seat in office.

Anonymous said...

you guys are mad your buddy brian isn't getting his job back aren't you. it seems that you miss merrit too? i hope he wasn't doing favors for people that support him here.

SCATS said...

To 11:17PM ~~ I don't know who you are directing your comments to but Brian Ball is no friend of mine. In the overall scheme of things, he's a mere guppy. The big fish (Auberger) got away and got a salary increase besides. We're all paying for the entire 12 years of unmonitored mess Auberger has foisted upon the taxpayers under his anarchy.

Anonymous said...

I am not sure what topic this covers but is there any truth to the rumor that GCSD was late paying their rent to Kodak? I have heard they were going to receive an eviction notice. Isn't it true that they have now extended lease. What does this cost the tax payers? Why couldn't they just move into an empty school?

Anonymous said...

http://roc.democratandchronicle.com/assets/pdf/A22150551113.PDF

Anonymous said...

http://roc.democratandchronicle.com/assets/pdf/A22150551113.PDF
New York State Police Report on the Oliva case found 2013.