A private collection of material focusing on the never ending joys of the Trimet industrial complex and the problems faced by union employees within the complex
MY TESTIMONY TO THE TRIMET BOARD OF SOCK PUPPETS from al m on Vimeo.
My little zinger was cut off. xDFor those curious about my outstanding glorious remark that shook the ages (maybe): "I've never seen a board president so afraid of a conversation with the public."
That was my fault, my thumb was a little quicker than my brain on that one.
Haha, no worries. :P
We are waiting for the big files from Jason where all the speakers will be presented.
What the fuck are they hiding?
This is big business, and millions of dollars coming in for major projects. They won't do anything to disrupt that, not even for the public. Lastly, I for one do not want the binding Arbritration ended, they should uphold the agreement and stop trying to change it without bargining, the more their side loses, the less they have to bargain with.HB
Basically the members have no say in binding arbitration.All the decisions are made for us.I'm again it!
As long as I am a member, then NO. I do have a vote on this. Those days are long gone, along with those who "were" in charge.HB
This is big business, and millions of dollars coming in for major projects. They won't do anything to disrupt thatYou got that right, Henry.TriMet does not care about the public in public transit.TriMet cares about Siemens (a big German conglomerate), Stacy & Witbeck (a big Bay Area based construction company), Kewitt (another big company, I believe based out of Denver), Walsh Construction (Seattle)...anyone but the Portland metropolitan area residents who are TriMet's actual citizens.
Walsh Construction is Portland based.
One thing you have to remember is, just "who is" the companies "customer", you guys are mistaken into thinking that it is you, the end users.HB
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