Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Station 13 Desperate For Money After Salisbury City Lawsuit Now Sue Community Foundation

In the latest drama with the station 13 castouts , they have filed a lawsuit against the community foundation for the funds the organization gives out to fire companies around the area.

The foundation had been holding all funds until the matter had been settled, but with the big lawsuit against them now the Station 13 people are desperate for funds.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nothing like biting the hand that may feed you should things eventually go your way. Dumbasses

Anonymous said...

Do you know what you are even saying JT. We don't get any of that money in fruitland. That is for the 3 stations 16, 2, and 1/13 whatever they are called.

Anonymous said...

I'm seeing multiple perspectives on this issue.It's not easy figuring out what's going on.

Anonymous said...

1:28,

That's a result of Culver's conduct.

Anonymous said...

Culver some how behind this madness!

Anonymous said...

The Lacy fund is monies left the SFD Inc. Headquarters at the time now station 16. In 1990 Headquarters voted that the funds should managed by the community foundation and once those funds reached 1 million dollars the interest would be split three ways and the principle never touched. Since station 13 is no longer part of SFD station 16 had those funds rightfully cut off. Bill Gordy tried very hard to get his hands on the principle funds when he was in power but ran into a brick wall or he would have spent it all.

Anonymous said...

Move over, Jake Day.

The Wicomico County salary commission wants to increase the county executive's salary to $130,000 -- details here: http://www.wicomicocounty.org/DocumentCenter/View/5947

Anonymous said...

JT,

Please get the absurd salary recommendation and post it. Can't wait to hear how Assboro
presents it since he bitched about the pay raise they recommended for Salisbury's mayor.

Anonymous said...

Just saw that $130,000 salary for Bobbyboi recomendation:

The current annual compensation for this position is $85,000. If this amount, originally set by the Charter review Committee in 2006, is adjusted for inflation, using cumulative Consumer Price Index data· published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the current amount would have to be $113,442. In addition, members of the commission have looked at the range of compensation for similar positions in Maryland (Appendix 1}. Currently the Wicomico position has the lowest compensation level with the next lowest enjoying a difference of over $17,000 and the highest having a margin of over 244%. Average compensation for this position in Maryland is over $133,000. The members of the commission estimate that, when the Wicomico amount is subjected to a market adjustment, using the Cost of Living Index numbers published by the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development for each of these jurisdictions, the desired compensation level for the position becomes at least $127,807. At this amount the Wicomico compensation level would be the second lowest in the state but the gap
will be narrower and the amount will be better aligned with the complexity of the tasks at hand and the skill sets required by the job description for this position. The members also recommend that, the compensation level be increased annually using the same annual cost of living adjustment rate that applies to all County employees.
Commission's Recommendation: $130,000 plus annual COL adjustments beginning in 2019

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Move over, Jake Day.

The Wicomico County salary commission wants to increase the county executive's salary to $130,000 -- details here: http://www.wicomicocounty.org/DocumentCenter/View/5947

November 29, 2017 at 6:44 PM

They need to raise the city and county councils funding as well. Who really wants to work for that chicken feed.

Anonymous said...

Have you seen the new sign that "Station 13" put out in front of their Bingo hall on Snow Hill Rd??

Anonymous said...

Here's an age-old idea: YOUR RAISE BECOMES EFFECTIVE WHEN YOU DO.

Please Mr Culver stop costing us money in these juvenile spats. If you are challenged to navigate through them, please find someone that can.
Thank you

Anonymous said...

I guess the COUNTY is talking to ALBUTTO again. Talking about the WWTP. ALBUTTO IS RECYCLING NEWS. I guess Culver is retaliating for the law suit. SOOOOO OBVIOUS.

Anonymous said...

Damn BBQ chicken and Bingo must not have made them enough money for their laweryers fees.....A$$BURROW should float them a loan....he says he has a lot of money......if you can be a liar?????