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Dismay increases over Public Works Director comments regarding police station problems

Cross post from HatCityBLOG

Sources tell me that anger is increasing over comments made by Public Works Director Antonio Iadarola regarding the air temperature problems at the police station.

According to sources, members of the police department are in dismay over the claim made by Iadarola in which he stated that the temperature at the police station has never risen over 73 degrees. Sources tell me that photographs, which I’m in the process of obtaining and publishing, that were circulated among police officers, and city hall officials, allegedly show a very different picture.

In a video clip that has gained popularity and a sharp rise in viewership on YouTube since it’s initial posting six days ago, after Iadarola made the questionable temperature claim to the members of the council during their meeting this month, the director seem to backtrack on his temperature claim when confronted by Councilman Paul Rotello.

Sources also claim that the real problem that’s being overlooked by the public stems with problems people at the dispatch department are experiencing, as well as a host of serious problems with the new police station, which are well known among the many rank and file members of the police department who use the building every day.

It appears that Iadarola’s comment has probably opened Pandora’s box when it comes to the serious concerns over the LONG list of problems with the new police station that have been in existence since the opening of the new building.