Money Wasted

Lake Worth Utilities
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... for an arc flash study that Mr. Reyes was qualified to do in house and at no cost to taxpayers.
... the estimated engineering cost of the express feeder which could also be done in house at no cost to taxpayers.
... wasted when insurance requirements were circumvented by the city manager and utility director.
... 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
... wasted when the Matrix organizational study to save taxpayers money was scrapped in favor of higher cost outsourcing by city manager Stanton.
... wasted engineering design cost of water piping and tanks (original county water deal) that will never be built.
... wasted when additional costs were incurred for not following insurance procedure on transformer repair.
... 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:

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Posted on Monday, August 06, 2007 @ 16:27:58 EST by admin

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“We did it…” was the announcement of the official results concerning the petition drive on the beach issue. Over 7,350 signatures were certified by the county on three petitions putting the city ordinances concerning the beach redevelopment… in question and probably on the ballot this November. Over the next few days, Lake Worth Media will have continuing video coverage on this important accomplishment as there has been talk of the city holding up the process. Here is the status report to all those who signed the petitions.


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by KatieMcG on Monday, August 06, 2007 @ 21:38:41 EST
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Congratulations to all who walked the streets to get signatures.Our beach is worth it! Thank you to all of the THOUSANDS of citizens that signed. Once again ,the PEOPLE of Lake Worth are having to shout HANDS OFF OF OUR BEACH!!!!!



by archy on Tuesday, August 07, 2007 @ 09:56:05 EST
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WOW ! You did it! I cannot tell you how thrilled I am! I am grateful to all of those who worked so hard to make this referendum a reality! You are a blessing to the community and to the future generations of LakeWorthians who will long reap the benefits of your hard work! THANKS! A MILLION THANKS! YOU GUYS ARE THE BEST!!!!!!!!!


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