Wasting time on city payroll
Original post made by Vic, Ventura, on Sep 25, 2006
11am: Arrived Mitchell Park and observed orange shirt Utility worker socializing with two park maintenance workers.
12Noon: The group finally breaks up after 1 plus hour of chatting. Park workers go about in their little cart together scooping up trash. The utility scoots to a shady spot in the parking lot with his truck and begins to munch on a sandwich.
12:04pm: We go home shaking our heads in disgust.
Anyone else observe roving city workers on their cells, reading the paper, or snoozing in their trucks?
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