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Residency issue unresolved

January 15, 2014

GLOVERSVILLE — After a one-hour executive session with city Labor Attorney Bryan Goldberger, the Common Council and Mayor Dayton King walked away with no resolution on the issue regarding the......

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PAMOJA

Jan-16-14 11:48 AM

WHY DIDN'T SHE LOOK INTO THIS BEFORE HIS CIVIL SERVICE PROBATION WAS UP? SHE IS A YES MAN. SHE IS LISTENING TO A CITIZEN THAT HAS NOTHING BETTER TO DO THAN STIR UP TROUBLE.

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1stwardcitizen

Jan-16-14 10:55 AM

Wentworth is doing her job by looking out for the taxpayers in her ward. I didn't vote for a "Yes man". I'm glad she doesn't roll over every time the Mayor doesn't agree with her. Keep up the good work Robin.

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PAMOJA

Jan-16-14 8:47 AM

sounds like a good old fashioned witch hunt to me. leave the guy alone. why do you folks always pick on the employees that actually do a good job? time for Wenworth to go instead.

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