Thursday, November 19, 2009

Public Safety Director Candidate Resigns Job In White Plains New York

One of the four candidates rumored to be under consideration for Public Safety Director in Indianapolis, White Plains New York Public Safety Commissioner Frank Straub, resigned his job there late last week. The White Plains city council had planned to fire him at a special meeting scheduled for Monday according to The Journal News. Straub had been feuding with the council over work schedules for police and firefighters that the city negotiated with the unions, and that Straub claimed had saved the city over $400,000 in overtime pay and 2,600 hours of sick time. Other candidates for the vacant Indianapolis Public Safety position include interim Public Safety Director Mark Renner, IMPD Chief Michael Spears and Darryl Pierce.


Indy4U2C said...

This is an unnecessary layer of city government! The position should be eliminated by the city-county council.

Corruption in Indianapolis said...

If spears or Pierce are involved then the corruption will continue in this city. They are both dirty!!