To: Tim Hunt
Original post made by Arnold, Another Pleasanton neighborhood, on Aug 28, 2012
To the critics who whined about this settlement, chill. The city has worked with its unions to reach reasonable accommodations and is one of the leaders in doing in the state.
Yes, the situation needed to be addressed and total employee costs as a percent of the overall budget still need to come down. But, there has been significant movement in the right direction in key groups."
Tim, you have no idea what you're talking about. It is this gross mis-represantation of the truth that confuses the issue. A first year Firefighter with only a 12th grade education can earn a compensation package worth more than 100K per year.
If you don't believe me I'm willing to debate the issue, with you, right here on this forum for everyone to see.
"To the critics who whined about this settlement, chill. The city has worked with its unions to reach reasonable accommodations and is one of the leaders in doing in the state."
- No, Tim. That statement coundn't be further from the truth. It is BS!
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Readers' Choice Ballot is here
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