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City looks at ways to improve fleet

January 15, 2013

City Manager John Szerlag wants the city of Cape Coral to have one of the top fleets in the nation, just as it was in 2005....

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Jan-15-13 11:55 AM

Wow 2009 was before the so called RAG had five members on the council.

2009 Terry Stewart was the city manager.

2009 as always no recorded data complete. Thus no way to tell what was owned, sold or taken. It always comes up to a lack of documentation or as the prior city manager Gary King showed ALL the residents the city had a chronic history of poor or no accounting practices in place. So far Gary King had uncovered and disclosed everything our new city Manager Mr. Szerlag is discovering as well. Sounds like an echo, doesn't it!

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Jan-15-13 12:52 PM

@ lightswitch: And King did what beside uncovering & disclosing what staff had already done? Nothing. This fool of a Mayor voted against the new and improved fuel program so what does that tell you? The RAG's weren't about change, they were about stalling progress and finger pointing. Take a moment and ask yourself, What did the RAG's or the Sullivan era build, construct or do that they can point at? The answer is...NOTHING. The infrastructure debacle falls at the feet of the current Mayor. Make him explain why fleet, City infrastructure & the MWH investigation are total failures? Thousands spent and nothing to show for it. Why?

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Jan-15-13 7:51 PM

Just think Sandy if the staff was doing the competent job of checking the fuel, recording the fuel and not playing around with pin numbers and taking out O rings a fully automated system would not have had to be purchased period. If you were at the meeting Murphy even mentioned a staff member of the city was let go (finally), it was intimated for not doing his job. He sure made it sound like it was either in fuel or fleet. They built a basic accounting system that in 40 years those before them just figured basic accounting should be part of a 40 year old city. You seem to be of the ilk that no questions should be asked, just throw more money at the problems. Oh I forgot you do not see any problems. Really it it you are not able to discern a problem, analyze it, or even provide a solution.

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Jan-15-13 9:16 PM

Did they figure out how many cars the City owns and insures and maintains yet? I'll be all happy happy for them to buy new/more cars when they can tell me how many they now own and end the idiotic take home car program.

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