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    Short tempered expert in everything.

    https://wsvn.com/news/local/browardh...0c9eedbe0eb843

    Once again, the fraud Sheriff Tony lost his temper at the commission meeting. Yelled at the Commissioner, questioning if the commissioner has ever run into a burning building. Tony has never run into a burning building and the only homicide suspect that he has come into contact with is himself. He doesn't want solutions for dispatch. This is all about power and control. He had no contingency plans in place, in case of an event that could affect the dispatch center.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Member1 View Post
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    Once again, the fraud Sheriff Tony lost his temper at the commission meeting. Yelled at the Commissioner, questioning if the commissioner has ever run into a burning building. Tony has never run into a burning building and the only homicide suspect that he has come into contact with is himself. He doesn't want solutions for dispatch. This is all about power and control. He had no contingency plans in place, in case of an event that could affect the dispatch center.
    When will the Govenor wake up and do his job ?

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    You are right on.

    When he yelled at Commissioner Bogan, he defended his deputies and Fire, not the 911 Operators, to who Bogan was referring. That was telling but not a surprise.

    I don't think the operators should have gone to the meeting like the Union told/asked them to do. It made it look like they supported Tony. Tony doesn't give a flip, in my opinion, and based on his lack of actions, for them.

    This is all about taking control of Communications, and dispensing the money how and when he wants. To muddy the situation, he wants a PSAP at the Public Safety Building, to bring together all the 911 operators. Doesn't he realize that his own Comm. Director, Angela Mize is the one that broke everyone up into three Centers? LOL

    Coconut Creek is leaving to work with Coral Springs. Maybe other cities should get together too to keep costs down and save some lives while the Commissioner "workshops" what to do.

    There is a terribly inhumane, hostile work environment. Bogan's sources were correct, and he didn't even scratch the surface.

    Tony "cares" now because he has been exposed. The money was there for raises, and according to the Union, he refused to negotiate. The Union, instead of waiting for the money that is supposedly forthcoming, was rushing the 911 operators into voting for a measly 3% raise. You should see the Union rep's e-mails to us. Hilarious. Can't expound on details if their lives depend on it. You can tell that they don't have the intellectual capacity, nor do they care about Communications, in my opinion. They are so defensive and have a vast complex. They're scared of people who are superior to them, making them sound as idiotic as they are. They fool no one. That's why they find themselves in the situations they are in.


    Quote Originally Posted by Member1 View Post
    https://wsvn.com/news/local/browardh...0c9eedbe0eb843

    Once again, the fraud Sheriff Tony lost his temper at the commission meeting. Yelled at the Commissioner, questioning if the commissioner has ever run into a burning building. Tony has never run into a burning building and the only homicide suspect that he has come into contact with is himself. He doesn't want solutions for dispatch. This is all about power and control. He had no contingency plans in place, in case of an event that could affect the dispatch center.

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    That CHIP ON HIS SHOULDER is larger than life. He came across as a bully, and all because the Commissioner dared to give the opinion that BSO's command staff doesn't know about Communications. LOL, I am glad he had that reaction; many were watching.

    Quote Originally Posted by Member1 View Post
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    Once again, the fraud Sheriff Tony lost his temper at the commission meeting. Yelled at the Commissioner, questioning if the commissioner has ever run into a burning building. Tony has never run into a burning building and the only homicide suspect that he has come into contact with is himself. He doesn't want solutions for dispatch. This is all about power and control. He had no contingency plans in place in case of an event affecting the dispatch center.

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    Tonie's loss of temper at commission meeting: Is that *also* the way he reacted when he shot and killed the guy in Philadelphia? Things that make you go, "hmmmm."


    Quote Originally Posted by Member1 View Post
    https://wsvn.com/news/local/browardh...0c9eedbe0eb843

    Once again, the fraud Sheriff Tony lost his temper at the commission meeting. Yelled at the Commissioner, questioning if the commissioner has ever run into a burning building. Tony has never run into a burning building and the only homicide suspect that he has come into contact with is himself. He doesn't want solutions for dispatch. This is all about power and control. He had no contingency plans in place, in case of an event that could affect the dispatch center.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hanagra View Post
    You are right on.

    When he yelled at Commissioner Bogan, he defended his deputies and Fire, not the 911 Operators, to who Bogan was referring. That was telling but not a surprise.

    I don't think the operators should have gone to the meeting like the Union told/asked them to do. It made it look like they supported Tony. Tony doesn't give a flip, in my opinion, and based on his lack of actions, for them.

    This is all about taking control of Communications, and dispensing the money how and when he wants. To muddy the situation, he wants a PSAP at the Public Safety Building, to bring together all the 911 operators. Doesn't he realize that his own Comm. Director, Angela Mize is the one that broke everyone up into three Centers? LOL

    Coconut Creek is leaving to work with Coral Springs. Maybe other cities should get together too to keep costs down and save some lives while the Commissioner "workshops" what to do.

    There is a terribly inhumane, hostile work environment. Bogan's sources were correct, and he didn't even scratch the surface.

    Tony "cares" now because he has been exposed. The money was there for raises, and according to the Union, he refused to negotiate. The Union, instead of waiting for the money that is supposedly forthcoming, was rushing the 911 operators into voting for a measly 3% raise. You should see the Union rep's e-mails to us. Hilarious. Can't expound on details if their lives depend on it. You can tell that they don't have the intellectual capacity, nor do they care about Communications, in my opinion. They are so defensive and have a vast complex. They're scared of people who are superior to them, making them sound as idiotic as they are. They fool no one. That's why they find themselves in the situations they are in.
    Mostly true but it was not up to Mize about the 3 centers.

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