Tuesday, August 25, 2015

"“We bit off quite a bit in the past few months..."

“We bit off quite a bit in the past few months, and we're still chewing,” Brumfield said. “Now it's like we're losing a tooth.”

The 2016 Budget, killing deer, implementing a pedestrian safety plan, choosing a firm to conduct a national search for Feller's replacement, and ultimately finding a new manager is quite a mouthful, Dave. Uncomplicate your lives and call off the deer killing, Commissioners. Seriously, Commissioners, where are your priorities?

Steve Feller will start working for the nonprofit, Municipal Risk Management, Inc. Here is what Guidestar has to say about Municipal Risk Management. http://www.guidestar.org/organizations/25-1507999/municipal-risk-property-casualty-company.aspx Steve Feller is the fourth to retire. Marcia Taylor, Tom Kelley, Coleman McDonough, and now Feller have all announced their retirements under the current commission. Are the commissioners cleaning house or is staff calling it quits because of the commissioners? Or is it because of other staff members? Speaking of other staff members, come on, Susan, you're next. 

The acting manager will be Keith McGill, Municipal Planner.

Read more: Mt. Lebanon manager resigning in October to take job with nonprofit

Update August 25, 2015 9:02 PM Municipal Risk Management is in Guidestar and have filed up to date returns: http://www2.guidestar.org/ReportNonProfit.aspx?ein=25-1407783 They must have had a name change.


Jason Margolis said...

Say what you want about Feller, but he kind of held the insane asylum together.

If we think our local government has been reckless and chaotic, wait until what we see post-October 15th.

Anonymous said...

If Feller's departure is like "losing a tooth", I'd say he is one that bites. From personal experience, I can tell you that he lies and cheats and is more likely a player in organized white collar crime than he is the CEO of a non-profit.

Barbara S. said...

I have no words after reading 1:16's comments!