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    Hb 400

    Check out House Bill 400. It changes SRX (SFS) requirements, but at the end of the bill is the language to make Capt & above select exempt. Guess it's official.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Check out House Bill 400. It changes SRX (SFS) requirements, but at the end of the bill is the language to make Capt & above select exempt. Guess it's official.
    Good, now they can get rid of VN, RT, SM and especially FF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Check out House Bill 400. It changes SRX (SFS) requirements, but at the end of the bill is the language to make Capt & above select exempt. Guess it's official.
    Good, maybe Hartman can turn us into a real law enforcement agency and get rid of a few dirt bags who are not deserving/qualified.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Check out House Bill 400. It changes SRX (SFS) requirements, but at the end of the bill is the language to make Capt & above select exempt. Guess it's official.
    Maybe they will get rid of wasted positions like MG, if they get rid of FF! Keep your fingers crossed.

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    If this portion of the bill passes it will be the only way to get rid of some of these people that were hired as political favors or beneficiaries of the "good 'ole boys and girls club". The only problem is the door is open for the next round of "good 'ole boys and girls club" members to join the ranks, but they will leave after a while as well when the new secretary, director, or chief comes in with their crew. It will be like a Sheriff's Office, every four years you better be on the right side of the vote or just stay quite throughout the process .

    To see VN, RT, And FF just to name a few, leave would be a great day for this agency!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    If this portion of the bill passes it will be the only way to get rid of some of these people that were hired as political favors or beneficiaries of the "good 'ole boys and girls club". The only problem is the door is open for the next round of "good 'ole boys and girls club" members to join the ranks, but they will leave after a while as well when the new secretary, director, or chief comes in with their crew. It will be like a Sheriff's Office, every four years you better be on the right side of the vote or just stay quite throughout the process .

    To see VN, RT, And FF just to name a few, leave would be a great day for this agency!
    The director is a smart man. He knows where is cancer is and select exempt captains and majors is all the scalpel needed to remove the cancer.

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    Who would ever want tp be captain? You would cringe everytime the phone rings cause it could be the call telling you your done.

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    Its actually house bill 689. 400 is epa

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    RO is the njcest guy ever

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    Point Counterpoint

    Humor me for a moment and put yourself in the chief or director's shoes. You have 8 captains, three that came up through the ranks of ABT. You have 3 majors, one of which came up through the ranks. Every time you try to implement your vision of what the agency should be or direction it should take, you have captains and higher telling you it cant be done. The very people that know nothing about what has been done because they were literally handed their jobs are telling you they are right and you are wrong. They undermine your authority and poison those under them. The negativity and discontent permeates the ranks. The ignorance is on both sides of the agency. Those in TCO know nothing. Those in the field care about nothing. I don't care about all your incredible management experience or your advanced degrees or your friends in the governors office. I care about you making decisions that are good for the people that have spent their time here, hoping things would get better. I care about people that came here to do a good job for people that appreciate them both inside the agency and the public and the industry. Let's say the director is trying to make this the place we want it to be. How can he do that when he runs in to opposition within his own management team? Having the ability to build something takes more than a box of nails and some wood. It takes a hammer too. Make ABT Great Again.

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