Saturday, January 13, 2007

City broadens path to police command

City broadens path to police command New Cmdr. Ross, 50, of Lincoln Place, will run Zone 3, which covers the South Side and South & West areas of the city. The 27-year veteran of the bureau rises from the rank of sergeant, which has long been a launching point to commander.
Cmdr. RaShall Brackney, famous for making Duke's Tire do a re-model of the building so as to not change the tires on the street as had been the practice for 30+ years, is headed back to her former stomping ground in the East End.


Thomas Leturgey said...

Said tire store sold used tires for $25...I've had my tires changed there incalcuable amounts of times over the years. Are you saying that I won't have the precision efficiency that no one else can touch at affordable prices?

Anonymous said...

Thanks goodness she is gone out of ZONE 3. She was one of the worst CMDRs this end of town has seen.

Thomas Leturgey said...

She actually wasn't all that bad. We've had worse in recent years. Fact is, it's been a revolving door down there with no real long-term leadership. I just wish that we'd get a good leader and have him/her for a while.

Mark Rauterkus said...

Duke's Tire is fine. They survived. They suffered a big kick in the teeth on repeated instances and had to put in a different garage door. They changed the drill and pulled the cars into the building.


A great example of the city not playing well with others -- even its own residents and small business owners.