Yesterday we told you about an article that mentioned new Louisville Metro Animal Services director’s “special training from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Emergency Planning for Animal Control.”
It’s one of the attributes Greg Fischer and crew have touted over the past couple days.
But you know what’s so special about it? You can get the same training in the same place he did… via the internet.
Yep – he’s getting paid $90K for that. He has a deputy from the auto industry making $81K. A communications staffer will make $60K. All while Metro Animal Services continues to beg the public to provide food for the animals.
I give this guy six months – tops – before a crisis hits. And then Greg Fischer will regret not hiring Becky Reiter. (Note: her facility has a 13% euthanasia rate with owner requests for medical issues.) Or maybe he won’t regret it. It’s not like he was in a hurry to get this shiz straightened out in the first place.
All ice machine, no ice. Welcome to possibility city.