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Nice touch, Jim Amico. God bless, Merry Christmas.
That would sum it up for me Bob. Conned. Our elected officials all held hands and fell in line from the biggest to the smallest and let the IBEW and UWUA unions, my hunch, dictate the cleanup. Can't remember crews not working overnight in a restoration effort like these ever. Either somebody forgot to get extra... what are they called... oh yeah, LIGHTS! (sorry I yelled) or the unions rule. I don't mean to single out the unions so allow me to throw con ed's management team under the bus too. Mayor French is a lousy advocate for Rye. Welcome to the new normal.
Toggle Commented Nov 8, 2012 on Bradford Park Just Went Dark at
Holy Crow. What has gone wrong with this administration? Are they beholden to no one? The disconnect between the city (manager) and the people at Rye Golf Club is absolutely astounding:
Maybe the city's attorney can get to the bottom of this...
Why can't someone just have an opinion with somebody else getting all uptight about it? "There will always be difficult to please people in this world; whether a neighbor, work colleague, client, or friend that is always finding something to complain about. " Well, Mitch, you just became that person. Mr. Z's comments become your bad meal he had at the golf club. He complained about the tomatoes, you complained about his complaining. Why can't he just have his opinion and you have yours. Restaurant's get reviewed. That is the way it goes. The castle needs to be able to compete in the private sector, it can't just hit up its members to sustain it. What will they do next, require you have a wedding or a bar mitzvah there when you join? I think Mr. Z's larger point was that he felt the castle was "forcing" people to spend money eating there via gov't dictate. I applaud Mr. Z for providing his honest opinion to the citizens of The City of Rye. Keep up the good work and don't let a small group of negative people distract from the good things that you are doing Mr. Z.
Toggle Commented Jun 27, 2012 on Meet at Whitby for $300 Bar Tab? at
§ C4-5. Vacancies. A. If a vacancy shall occur in the office of Mayor or Councilman, the Council shall, by a vote of a majority of the members of the Council remaining in office, appoint a person to fill such vacancy. The person appointed to fill such vacancy shall hold office by virtue of such appointment until the first day of January following the first general election after the happening of the vacancy. A vacancy occurring before September 20 of any year in any elective office of the city shall be filled at the general election held next thereafter, unless otherwise provided by law, or unless previously filled at a special election. [Amended 3-18-1981 by L.L. No. 1-1981] B. If a vacancy shall occur otherwise than by expiration of the term in an appointive office having a term, it shall be filled by appointment for the unexpired term.
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