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Lake Worth Utilities
Waste Meter
$50,000
... for an arc flash study that Mr. Reyes was qualified to do in house and at no cost to taxpayers.
$200,000
... the estimated engineering cost of the express feeder which could also be done in house at no cost to taxpayers.
$591,898
... wasted when insurance requirements were circumvented by the city manager and utility director.
$123,098
... wasted when plant manager Dave Mulvay’s first attempt at writing a scope of work contained a defect that cost taxpayers an extra $123,098 for tainting the bidding process and giving unfair advantage to one bidder over another. - April 2009
$64,000
... wasted when the Matrix organizational study to save taxpayers money was scrapped in favor of higher cost outsourcing by city manager Stanton.
$450,000
... wasted engineering design cost of water piping and tanks (original county water deal) that will never be built.
$59,975
... wasted when additional costs were incurred for not following insurance procedure on transformer repair.
$82,620
... wasted when the commission unanimously voted to order transformers when we had equivalent replacements already in stock since the upgrade. - 15 Sep. 2009
Total Taxpayer Dollars Wasted:
$1,621,591
 
 

 
 
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  On File: William Coakley for Mayor
Posted on Sunday, October 11, 2009 @ 22:25:46 EST by admin

Lake Worth

William Coakley for Mayor

MUSIC - "Throw the bums out" featuring sound clips of city manager Susan Stanton CLICK HERE

The Democracy Project is my way of saying "I will listen to you." This tool will give you a voice in your government allowing for continual polling of public opinion.

The DEMOCRACY PROJECT is the first of its kind secure local voting system which I introduced two and a half years ago. It levels the playing field and for the first time will make public participation in government CONVENIENT AND EFFECTIVE reducing special interest influence, holding public officials accountable and providing Quality Control for government. It is ready to go NOW and has been fully tested. It will provide the public and the commission unprecedented information about the public will... an essential tool to bring TRUST back in government bring Peace to the city by legitimizing decisions with a consensus. The Democracy Project insures that government can become proactive instead of reactive as we see now.

==================================================== CLICK HERE FOR PLATFORM SPECIFICS

PLATFORM - VISION - VIDEO/ 2 minutes 12 seconds Political Ad paid for and approved by William Coakley for Mayor

PLATFORM - TOOLS - VIDEO/ 4 minutes 19 seconds Poltical Ad paid for and approved by William Coakley for Mayor

PLATFORM - IDENTIFYING PROBLEM PART 1

PLATFORM - IDENTIFYING PROBLEM PART 2

PLATFORM - SOLUTION - VIDEO

PLATFORM - CONCLUSIONS - VIDEO

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BIO - CLICK HERE FOR TEXT

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CLICK HERE TO SEE 30 second TV AD #1

CLICK HERE TO SEE 30 second TV AD#2

CLICK HERE TO SEE 30 second TV AD #3

CLICK HERE TO SEE 30 second TV AD #4

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CLICK HERE FOR PHOTO HISTORY OF THE CASINO PART #1

CLICK HERE FOR PHOTO HISTORY OF THE CASINO PART #2

Suzanne Mulvehill adopted COAKLEY PLAN C ("C" for Coakley) which was developed about 4 years ago. Suzanne used it and materials on this site as the central core of her platform to get elected in 2008. This was another long term vision I had to restore a sense of pride in the city. My ideas included upper level dinning (I will try to post pics taken from the upper level outside), hosting temporary space services for corporations, a museum since the site qualifies as an archeological site, an auxilliary commission meeting room, and possibly a gym which at one time... it had. Below is the link to the Lake Worth Beach History published about 4 years ago by LWM.

items not yet linked will be coming online today

Political ad paid for and approved by William Coakley for Mayor


 
 

 
 
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