A letter from the latest edition of THE GAZETTE regarding the dummy light, RFP's, Simco, the village board, the Bicycle Pedestrian Committee and much more:
"The televised mess at the February 4 Board of Trustees meeting should prompt a review and overhaul of procurement policies in Croton. . . . Comments by the Board, the Village Attorney, and the Bicycle-Pedestrian Committee (BPC) indicate at least a cavalier disregard if not outright ignorance of both state law and procurement best practices. In addition, the lack of transparency makes a mockery of the public deliberations since the public is deliberately kept in the dark."
Read more about A CAVALIER DISREGARD OF STATE LAW & BEST PROCUREMENT PRACTICES at https://bit.ly/2UYhWvV
Or at http://www.crotonunited.org/news-views/2019/2/15/a-cavalier-disregard-of-state-law-and-procurement-best-practices
AND MORE BACK STORY FROM THE GAZETTE PLUS....https://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2019/02/reminder-excellent-gazette-article-on.html