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
I don't understand how any of this can happen. Oh wait a minute...ReplyDelete
I never go to the Upper Village anymore. The sidewalks are all cluttered with bicycle stands that no one uses, parking is impossible, people ample about aimlessly and hang out for hours pontificating. I barely recognize the place or the people any more and what I do, I just don't like or understand. Last time I was there there was some crazy march and I couldn't even go to church.ReplyDelete
Please give it another chance.Delete