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I used to work for TMH. At that time they were a good employer. Back then The largest reason that TMH lost employees, (doctors don't count) is folks move away to other communities, and those moves are driven by the work demands of the employees spouse.
I am not sure what is going on today.
Howdy folks: some government budgeting 101:
Capital budget 101: land, buildings, vehicles, safety equipment.
operating budget; salary, insurance, fuel, utilities, work-mans comp.
The cost of maintenance for capital items can be either capital or operating.
The Fire Board is using their funds correctly. Anybody with a basic understanding of the process knows this.
Further more: an auditor has come in and said so. Why is this still an issue?
I also want to take a moment to inform the CDP to hire an editor.
I quote" During audience comments members of the Craig community were invited to say their peace about the structure and "
The word "peace" is not appropriate in this case. the correct word would be "piece" .
you are welcome
The City Council did their job. They approved a project that was in accordance with the city code. It is not the purview of the City to tell another division of government what they should and should not do. Would the city folks want the county to come in and tell them what businesses can be built in the city? Can the city council tell the state what to do in Fort Collins? NOPE! The biggest problem is the ill-informed public. Why are they ill-informed- well let just say the press has a lot to do with it.
I am glad to see there are still compliance checks. Back in the day; I was the 19 year old who CPD detectives would send in to buy. Unfortunately, I was able to buy at 9 out of 12 stores.
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