MOFD Board Candidates Funded by $31,000 of Union Money
Employee owned businesses are great. A public employee controlled public agency, especially one in which 85% of the expenses are employee compensation expenses, is beyond dangerous. It should be illegal but apparently it is not. The employees of MOFD are attempting to make it a reality. The only way to stop them is to vote for independent, community sponsored, candidates (BELL, SMITH and TALBOT).
There are three union-funded employees running for three Board positions which could control the five-person MOFD Board. They are running for four year terms. The employees’ union contract comes up for review in three years. They could give away the farm.
The facts are:
The only way to avoid a takeover is to vote for the independents who are representing the community, not 60 public employees who already earn almost $400,000 a year in salary and benefits.