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Re: “Mechanical Failure

Kazoo, your allegiance and support of the city is admirable. As a citizen, you should be asking questions, for instance one question you could ask is this; the city owns the old Crenshaw Shop as well as the new, the old shop has a regular concrete slab, ready and waiting for lifts to be installed, why haven't they been installed yet? That shop should have been ready to roll when the mechanics arrived, yet still it sits, unused. Corruption and incompetence runs a muck in the city, it's blatant and tolerated. This isnt just about Fleet but the entire city. The citizens need to start digging, asking questions, and demanding answers. It is after all your money they are wasting.

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Posted by rollwiditpaadna on 10/26/2013 at 8:07 AM

Re: “Mechanical Failure

Its interesting to note the gravel parking lot. With snow season coming up one might think that could also be a hindrance to operations during a snow event. I would think a gravel lot would be difficult to plow in order to allow essential vehicles such as police units access to the shop. Ive also heard the shop is not equipped with proper equipment such as hoists to lift the plows and spreaders off the trucks. Im sure they have a plan for this though.

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Posted by rollwiditpaadna on 10/24/2013 at 12:17 PM

Re: “Richmond Police Go Old School with Two-Tone Cruisers

Do they come with lifts?

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Posted by rollwiditpaadna on 10/24/2013 at 11:11 AM

Re: “Mechanical Failure

The fact that the shop at the Boulevard is still standing with lights on and lifts sitting unused proves the incompetence of leadership in the city. Moving into a shop that is not equipped to do the job is like buying a new car with out wheels, it looks great but is completely useless if it cant roll. To say that the lack of proper equipment has no negative impact on productivity is ridiculous, assuming this comment must have come from someone in the management structure of fleet one has to wonder, is outsourcing the answer to fleets woes or would it be more beneficial to place people in charge who are actually competent in the operations of a municipal fleet?

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Posted by rollwiditpaadna on 10/24/2013 at 6:20 AM

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