Wednesday, January 28, 2009

No office in 28 days and now a stop work order to show..



Looks like Elizabeth Crowley still does not have her district office up and running. You would think that after 28 long days she would be able to start servicing the constituents of the 30th Council District. But we have to give credit where credit is due. We thought she would prove to be an abysmal failure as an elected official after a few months in office, however she exceeded our expectations by proving she is incompetent in less than 28 days. Way to go Liz!

To add insult to injury, she is renovating her new district office located at 64-77 Dry Harbor Road without the proper permits from the Department of Buildings. There are numerous complaints against the illegal construction. One complaint states that she is creating a dangerous situation for pedestrians and school children. Today the DOB has issued a StopWork Order because or the illegal construction. Looks like the new Councilwoman has no clue about DOB procedure. What a mess!

Hey, let's look on the bright side, we only have to put up with her for another 278 days and then we can vote her out of office.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Non union labor used for the work. Didn t the unions support her big time?

Anonymous said...

Is this true? Can you post that order and give copies to the media. I want to see if channel 5 does a story on a Democrat.

Anonymous said...

Her constituency are the big losers in this mess. Evidently, she has no conception of how to do anything. DUH!! By the time she figures out what to do it'll be Nov. and time for elections.

Mike said...

Elizabeth Crowley has no clue about how the city runs or its its laws. She violated campaign finance laws, she lied for a corrupt politician and she will continue to bend the rules for her own political expediency

Anonymous said...

She's a democratic cog in the corrupt machine.

Linda said...

She's the cat that Obama dragged in

Anonymous said...

Hey crappy why no comment

Anonymous said...

hey linda, worry about Molloy