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pr356 said...

It appears there is corruption amongst the Erlanger administration. This whole situation looks like a clear anti-trust violation because Walden was given a 10 month advantage over the other bidders. I think a criminal investigation is in order and that should include the Trustees.

August 11, 2011 at 7:09 p.m.
pr356 said...

Erlanger Police officers were dedicated, but Erlanger did it’s officers dirty. Doug Fisher, Mike Walden and Sheriff Hammond are all friends. Erlanger officers didn’t stand a chance. Now the citizens will have to pay double for less security… go figure!

I think there should be an investigation from the top down. They are spending our money foolishly.

August 7, 2011 at 6:26 p.m.
pr356 said...

The move away from in-house security is NOT a cost-cutting measure... it is just the opposite. The current budget for Erlanger security is roughly $700,000. Walden will be paid $2.4 MILLION DOLLARS. This is going to cost Erlanger $1.7 MILLION DOLLARS more than they currently spend. Does this make sense? If you are an Erlanger executive it does, but if you are a county tax-payer, HOW CAN IT?

The Sheriff's deputies who will staff the ER 24 hours a day will cost Erlanger an additional $262,000 per year. This move by the Erlanger execs and board will cost the tax-payers an additional 2 MILLION dollars. And for this extra money, there won't be any police presence in this huge hospital except for the emergency room.

March 24, 2011 at 3:51 p.m.
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