State government accused of breaking promises over glendale cop’s contract
The Glendale Police Department has filed a federal lawsuit in federal court, alleging it failed to obtain a contract from the city of Glendale, California, on time, even though the department was required to do so by l더킹카지노aw.
The department filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles on Tuesday, hours before U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade gave testimony for federal prosecutors, saying the city’s contract with the Glendale Police Department was “obsolete and unduly burdensome,” according to a report by KABC-TV in Los Angeles.
“This is a perfect example of what happens when our government fails to do its work,” McQuade jarvees.comsaid.
An internal investigation and an internal review found a number of flaws with the contract that were not corrected by the city on time, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of California.
The Glendale Police Department says it has received $40,000 more in training fees as of this week 바카라사이트than it was entitled to under a contract signed in 2012, KABC reported.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office also said in its report that contract awards over a four-year period totaled $40,000 more than originally agreed upon, and the agreement, which took effect in November 2014, was “unfair, unreasonable and unconscionable.”
It also cited a contract between the U.S. Postal Service and the department which expired May 31. According to KABC, the contract specified that post offices give up to 100% of their contracts to the city, with the other 50% divided among Glendale-area police officers and a certain percentage going to Glendale for law enforcement training and other expenditures related to the Glendale Police Department’s relationship with Post Office personnel.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Thursday said the contract with the city of Glendale would be renegotiated to provide more officers, but Garcetti also said he doesn’t expect to get back the contract, despite the lawsuit.
An attorney for the city, Scott Eisendorf, told the Los Angeles Times that “we are in communication with the City Attorney’s Office,” but did not respond to further questions for this story.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department and the city of Glendale, which include Glendale, made several other public commitments to the city under a contract that was signed earlier this year, according to the report.
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