Public Management Contracts: “FISCAL IMPACT: The PSM Initial Proposal results in a fiscal impact of $82,994 over two years, or $9,222 average cost per employee”

3 Jan
Here's our next Book In Common

Here’s our next Book In Common

It would be so easy at  this time of year to wrap up in a shawl and retire to a rocking chair with a good book. The urge to hibernate through January is almost overwhelming. But, there’s a council meeting Tuesday, and there’s contracts on the table.

The Public Safety Management proposal is available for viewing here:

Read it yourself – they want automatic raises and more benefits. Bend over and squeal like a collective pig Chico taxpayers, as if we could stop Sorensen from handing the candy jar to the employees who got him elected. Go down there and shake your fist at that bad, bad man!

Better yet – let’s put our heads together and figure out who we can find to run against Sean Morgan in 2016. Getting rid of Morgan might restore some balance to the council, right now Sorensen and his little friends are on a tear. They are going to lead us into bankruptcy if we don’t do something to curb the salaries, benefits and pensions they are handing to management employees.

I know, you want to hibernate, me too. That’s the best time to make yourself a monster pot of java and stay alert.

4 Responses to “Public Management Contracts: “FISCAL IMPACT: The PSM Initial Proposal results in a fiscal impact of $82,994 over two years, or $9,222 average cost per employee””

  1. bob January 3, 2016 at 10:27 am #

    We have taken it and will continue to take it from all sides. Here’s more info on PG&E really sticking it to us. People will be in for quite a shock, especially this summer, when they get their utility bills.

    America’s Largest Utility Hikes Rates Most In 9 Years Despite NatGas Price Crash
    Happy New Year Californians – behold the power of monopoly and regulatory capture.

    We are ruled by special interest puppet criminals at every level of government.

    All the puppets on the city council are trough feeders in one way or another. They all do the bidding of the special interests at our expense. And when these criminals decide to put a tax increase on the ballot it ought to illicit fury.

    • Juanita Sumner January 3, 2016 at 7:47 pm #

      Thanks Bob,

      I keep coming to the same conclusion. I keep reading stuff like this coming out of Sacramento, and I keep waiting for the public backlash.

      And I wait and I wait.

      • Publius January 4, 2016 at 7:44 am #

        I vote for bankruptcy. I would love to find out whether they think all the management would leave if they weren’t paid more? I suppose it’s the only way to get management to make more than the rank and file.

      • Juanita Sumner January 4, 2016 at 5:28 pm #

        Thanks P, that would be interesting. What was that story about the guy who went out with the lamp, looking for honest men? I wonder, could we find 10 people who would put the public interest before privilege? Five? What do you think? Where should we look?

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