Mayor Daley's Petitions Circulated at Water Department

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The Chicago Tribune reported a story about Mayor Daley’s petitions circulated at 3901 South Ashland. Also petitions were circulated in the North District Yard on Sunnyside. At 3:00 p.m. December 8, 2006, workers were warned not to “use a pencil, pen, computer, anything on city time or property for politics”. The warning was given by Tom Talley, however I did not hear him give the punishment if caught, a promotion maybe? I never said anything about the guy that was circulating the petition and one of the ladies that signed it because I had my plate full on another issue. However, the cat got out of the bag. If you want to stop politics in the Water Department remove Mayor and John Daley’s propganda posters on Chicago Taxpayer property. Click here for Tribune story,1,7954856.story?coll=chi-newslocal-hed

4 Replies to “Mayor Daley's Petitions Circulated at Water Department”

  1. I agree. It is unprofessional to have political posters at a municipal work place. Rip them down.

  2. 2 sets of rules.

    This is going on for so long, they actually don’t see it and believe it is right.

    John Daley looks like a mongloid inbred retard.
    His corruption is unbelievable.

  3. Carl Segvich is posting al of his posters for election to alderman illegally. He does not know legal from illegal. This is like when he was fired from his job as a vendor at White Sox Park. He was stealing the cups from Mike LaPapa. Take those posters off city property or I will call the police.

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