December 15, 2017

Accountability

During the previous administration, the absence of executive oversight for four years had created a working environment at all levels that lacked order and control. We are responsible to the many taxpayers we protect for the dollars we spend on their behalf. Certainly, this is inherent in our approach to financial management, but extends to ensuring that our staff is accountable for their time and that equipment is put to best use.

  • Control overtime costs to stop discretionary overtime.
  • Require detailed reporting of time worked, vehicle usage, breaks & time off.
  • Corrective action taken when employee performance is deficient.
  • All permanent positions advertised in contrast to nepotism of past administrations.
  • Tracking of operational concerns code enforcement, property maintenance, absentee landlords, grants management,  fire hydrant monitoring.