Wednesday, February 3, 2010

The Continuing Saga of CBIZ...

Now, both CBIZ and county solicitor, Barry Miller, want to charge Republican Commissioner Bruce L. Castor, Jr. and the Times Herald between $245.00 and $265.00 to obtain the documents that Castor should have the right, as a county commissioner (who's responsibility it is to make decisions for the County) to review it at his leisure.

Miller offered that Castor could review the documents in his office, but could not copy any of them himself and had 24 hours in which to review the 375 page document. I can't wrap my head around this one, as the county is not union and it wouldn't take away from anybody's ability to earn a living if he (Castor) were to copy them himself.

Castor has refused to pay for the documents or sign for the "privilege" to review them. The entire story is here, from The Times Herald.

Lisa Mossie also has great perspective in CBIZ, on her blog, Bluftoonie.

In my humble opinion, the state attorney general should be looking into this one...



Lisa Mossie said...

Hear! Hear!

Returned the link with an updated blog post at my site!

karlub said...

Good job, both of you, on staying on this.

Frankly, I've always wondered how much of this goes on in ChesCo which is just sotto voce, since we are pretty comfortably of one-party operation.

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