Comments: 1521 • Responses: 37 • Date: 2016-01-13 17:11:39 UTCsource
ScrumHalf-Wit33 karma2016-01-13 19:42:19 UTC
When I win the Powerball tonight, what would you guys do with the million dollar slice I would donate to your P&R Department?
Edit: That is to say, if you guys had the funding you really wanted, what would you guys provide that you can't provide now?
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Chera101449 karma2016-01-13 20:17:59 UTC
We can currently provide you with plans to upgrade P&R city wide for a cost of around $800 million. Past that, give us a few days to find use for the rest.
The majority of our funding need is maintaining current facilities. There was a time where maintenance was not a priority to those who decide where our funding goes. We are currently spending most of our funding on band-aid fixes, rather than more expensive permanent fixes or upgrades at all.
SanchySan26 karma2016-01-13 18:57:31 UTC
Do you work with any small government, libertarian types as extreme as Ron Swanson?
Chera101461 karma2016-01-13 19:15:56 UTC
Since none of us have seen the show, couldn't tell you about Ron Swanson extremest. But yes, all of us come from different political backgrounds. I don't think I would consider anyone extreme within our group, but we do have people within the city that have extreme views.
Newest hot topic brought up in staff meeting: Should we all conceal carry?
Jgooods2 karma2016-01-13 19:15:50 UTC
Is the actual day to day job as much as a comedy as its portrayed in the show?
Chera10143 karma2016-01-13 19:31:02 UTC
Never seen the show.
PhilSchifly2 karma2016-01-13 19:32:10 UTC
I just graduated with a BS in Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences. Just out of curiosity, did any of y'all ever study under Dr. John Crompton? Or have him as a professor? Hands down one of the best Rec and Parks professors I've ever had!
Chera10142 karma2016-01-13 20:08:35 UTC
Everyone says nope! But congratulations on your graduation!
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