Ted Noftall via bounce.secureserver.net
Good afternoon Branford,
As regards the attached memo can you please advise:
Where are the locations and sizes of the respective parcels that constitute the 15% your department will continue to mow ??
Have you prepared a budget in terms of manpower, equipment and costs required to service this mowing ??
Why were these areas not put out for completive bid ??
Additionally in the last short while I observed a truck marked Drainage with a trailer attached and an operator mowing around a medium sized retention pond west of Nova Road. In addition to the mower operator two other city employees were sitting on the tongue of the trailer. This situation remained un-changed for about the 30 – 45 minutes it took me to go to and return from a local job site.
My questions and they stem from the one I raised at the Tuesday evening budget is:
How do you set the size of your work crews ??
How do you measure their performance ??
Candidate for Mayor
City of Port Orange -2016
From: Rivera, Cynthia [mailto:CRivera@port-orange.org]
Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2015 11:32 AM
To: City Council
Cc: Johansson, Michael; Harden, David
Subject: FW: FY2016 Budget – Public Works Personnel Reassignments
Please see attached from the Public Works Director.
Executive Assistant to the City Manager
City of Port Orange
1000 City Center Circle
Port Orange, FL 32129
From: Adumuah, Branford
Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2015 3:32 PM
To: Rivera, Cynthia <CRivera@port-orange.org>
Subject: FY2016 Budget – Public Works Personnel Reassignments
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