Gerald Joyce

There you go confusing people with facts and logic.

Maybe poor and disadvantaged families should raise their children to respect the law. Wouldn't that be special!

If no one else comes forward it surely negates ranked choice voting.

No good deed goes unpunished. The City could have and should have laid them off. Instead, many if not most of the employees were eligible for unemployment, plus wages earned, plus the $600/week from the Care Act. AFSCME gives unions a bad name. No work/No pay. How did the City Attorneys n…

This should have nothing to do with Qualified Immunity. This "accident" was preventable. The worker should not have been allowed to touch this work. He was not an "electrician". His immediate supervisor should have prevented him from performing this work. It is also not just this manageme…

A complete whitewash by NM OSHA! The fact that anyone other than an electrical journeyman, following proper Lock Out-Tag Out safety procedures was performing that work is in violation of OSHA regulations. Most likely the lighting was 277 volts, which is considered high voltage. His title …

And gee, I thought Americans would be.

Khal, I have emailed Sean Thomas and asked him to contact SFPD regarding the upgrades to the property evidence facility along with the newly hired full-time civilian personnel. The changes are state of the art, impressive and will continue to address all items in the report and it's recom…

I understand that the contractor or vendor submitted a bill for the work. This would normally mean that a purchase order or contract was issued to the company. That PO would describe the work being performed and include any transport and storage if applicable along with the company's liab…

Thank you Khal.

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