Here are some questions answered by Gary Neumann: Read the rest of this entry »
Posts Tagged ‘Q & A’
I do sometimes get emails like this and try to offer a respectful response. I removed the name of the sender.
Question: Why not lay off some building safety employees? Read the rest of this entry »
I have been getting this question often and the answer is always evolving. Here is the latest.
Question: What in Rochester is affected by a state shutdown?
- July LGA biannual payment may not be made on time. LMC.org
- Here is a pretty complete list courtesy of the League of Minnesota Cities.
- Per Library Staff: Workforce development functions at the Public Library will cease.
- Per Public Works: Zumbro River Dredging project that we had intended to start in mid to late July, is a victim of the State Shutdown. Corey Hanson, Mn DNR, called and told us we cannot work in the “Public Waters” during the shutdown.
I’ll update these as I hear more.
This is probably one of the most common questions council members get.
Question: What can we do about cars speeding through our neighborhood?
Answer: Throw life like dolls in front of vehicles, scream, tend to the doll, traumatize drivers. Read the rest of this entry »
Paid consultant Glenn Dorfman made the claim that developer fees cover the cost of development. As it turns out he didn’t actually check the facts. But I did… Read the rest of this entry »
I can not understand way the Rochester city library would need two full time maintenance people, with so few amenities, it is not very well spent dollars. Read the rest of this entry »
Here is another question that I received:
Question: Does the city do work for people who don’t pay their taxes or fees? Read the rest of this entry »