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Dunkirk retirees leave holes to fill

April 9, 2013

There are a few familiar faces which people won’t see as often around Dunkirk’s City Hall....

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hadenough

Apr-09-13 8:35 AM

There you have it. The city has just saved the taxpayer over $100,000 plus benefits. A kittle work never hurt anyone and people will just have to wait a little longer for the services they wanted. Man a $100.000 savings. Now the city is one the right track. See all good things come to those who wait and the taxpayer is getting back some of the money.

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rumblefish

Apr-09-13 4:22 PM

park & rec is a seasonal job, and should be treated as such, no need for a full time supervisor, taking one less full time pay,benefits job off the city payroll is a small step toward lowering the budget

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rumblefish

Apr-09-13 4:27 PM

add to previous post, but unfortunately this administration as the previous will find a way to justify a full time parks & rec supervisor, after all the mayor has to have a friend or relative who needs a cushy job

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Captain

Apr-09-13 7:14 PM

Tom Sr was hired many yrs BEFORE his father-in-law became mayor, but you can bet Jr (Frey's grandson) was given special consideration when granmps was in charge.

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