Saturday, October 30, 2010

Another Fiscal Land Mine Goes Off in Walker's County Spending

This time it's millions in overtime - - despite a forecast to the contrary. How many times have the Walker budgets been soaked in red ink, despite forecasts (sic)?

He borrowed $400 million to prop up the pension fund. Nearly $400 million is also needed for deferred maintenance in the parks and county buildings, according to the Journal Sentinel.

His management of the county has been appalling, and costly.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I can imagine some 35 year veteran at the county missed this and promised savings. If they wouldve known it would end up creating overtime they would've been exempt from furloughs.