Is the August 21st wrong sizing decision of the Supervisors in our community's best interest today and in the future?
COMMENTS FROM FORMER ASST. ROADMASTER BOB WIBLE
I hereby forward my concerns with the Dhillon Management Study. In article B. of the study "Mr." Dhillon stated that staff arrived at 7:00 and contemplated the work for the day until 8:00. "Mr." Dhillon was never present at the township building at the time indicated to eyewitness this account. This is completely here say based on what the "supervisors" have told him. If the road crew was simply "hanging out" then the other personnel (office staff) would have been witness to that account. On page 26 of the study, "Mr." Dhillon did not specifically state that the Asst. Roadmaster position be eliminated. My role was more of a lead worker instead of Asst. Roadmaster. With my seniority, why wasn't I stripped of the title Asst. Roadmaster and given the opportunity to continue my job as a laborer? The first time I was to meet face-to-face with "Mr." Dhillon, he was 20 minutes late (costing the taxpayers money). He met with me for 5 minutes. The second meeting, which was held on a job site due to his (Mr. Dhillon) lack of punctuality, lasted about 15 minutes. There were no specific questions concerning the day-to day operations of the township. I did ask him personally if he was looking to outsource or downsize. Mr. Dhillon said, "you (the township) have a good combination of in house and outsourcing. There will be no downsizing."