Plase make sure to connect to this link by CBS 2 News. Many Chicago City employees also abuse this privilage. http://email@example.com I suggest all you Chicago City workers keep an eye out this political season for the scammers using City cars for political work. Take pictures and send them to Dave Savini. We need to save money; Daley is bankrupting Chicago with his crazy Olympic dream. I do not like to see public servants using taxpayer money for their private vacations. We all need to cut back on waste and watch public Administrators much closer. We also need to find out who is paying Daley for all his trips around the world. We need to find out if Daley is on the public dole as he enjoys his trips on behalf of 2016 Olympic bid business. Who is paying? Is Daley and his Goons going to put these gifts on his ethics statements? Do we need to? Patrick McDonough. I also hope Dave Savini does a follow up on his famous frozen fire hydrant story.
Good news from former Chicago Inspector General David Hoffman
I hope all the city workers during this difficult time can reach into their pocket and support David Hoffman in his bid for U.S. Senate. Please click here and help, http://www.hoffmanforillinois.com/ I met David Hoffman when three city workers spoke in front of the Federal judge regarding our mistrust of Chicago to implement fair hiring. It was Bruce Randazzo, Frank Anton, and I that told the judge the city is not to be trusted. I also asked the Federal Judge if the City of Chicago would provide the Office of the Inspector General with additional funding. David Hoffman enjoyed that request. I am going to make a contribution to David Hoffman and I hope everyone can dig in and help. Let’s reward people that respect the taxpayers. My bone to pick with the Office of the Inspector General is the taking of furlough days; I want a complete independent Inspector General in Chicago. Crime takes no day off in Chicago, neither should the Inspector General. Chicago Clout has some unfinished business with the I.G.; I hope these concerns are still a priority. Good luck, Mr. Hoffman. Patrick McDonough