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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Point-of-Sale Inspections Without A Vote?

The 2007 Budget as released by the City of South Euclid indicates appropriations for the Building Department for: "Inspector - Point of sale- 6 months" to be paid the hourly wage of $17.00. The individual who will fill this position is shown as having hospitalization coverage for a "family" as opposed to "single" coverage, so perhaps there may even be a candidate on deck. "Building Department Capital Expenditures 2007" reflects, "Car for Point of Sale Inspector" to be purchased at a cost of $14,000. Does this mean that the matter of Point-of-Sale inspections is moving ahead without voter approval? If so, why does the city feel the citizens are not fit to weigh in and decide such an important matter?

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm not opposed to the idea of POS inspections. In many ways, they're good for the community. What is disturbing is the method the City is taking in enacting this program. I don't need to vote on every issue that faces the City but I certainly expect our elected officials to be open and honest. Public meetings, public hearings, articles in the newsletter, public input, etc. are all necessary to implement this program successfully.

Anonymous said...

I understand about too much retail space. It is just too bad that store property owners on Mayfield between Warrensville and east of Green are not expected to keep up their properties. They are so uninviting to go into to shop. Has the city got any clout or whatever to reguire them to do something about external features or as they say in the industry "curb appeal". Mayfield needs "a makeover".

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