There was a question during the April 27th city council meeting, about a law firm’s invoice to the city. The question was from councilwoman Margaret Van Houten I was just picturing her in my mind snapping her finger, and saying “oh no you didn’t.” She asked if the administration was offering settlements before they come before the council? This got me wondering since reading nobulls post about a certain someone who use to work for the city, and the fact that they are in negotiation with the city for a settlement.
So are the negotiations that Van Houten is referring to with that very same person, and is this being done behind the city council’s back? Yes it is, yes an offer was made, and then that offer was rejected. Was that offer for that very person, how the hell did they make an offer to anyone before they brought it before the council. Oh, Margaret, you did not press hard enough, and once again they are let off the hook in front of the taxpayers of this city. Not sure what or who the offer was for, but an offer was made. Oh, and just in case you wanted to know how much this bill was one bill was $5,910.50 the other was $2,772.50 just one invoice from just one firm, for March only. Oh just to remind you they are supposed to give you a detailed bill, telling you what, and who the negotiation was for.
If that negotiation was taking place, and an offer was made in March. If that offer was for a certain someone who used to work in the city, that would mean that an offer was made less than one month after they left the city. Why is there such a rush to offer them anything? Oh, this stinks, maybe I’m just thinking the worst, but there is something so wrong with that.