Is the Recorder's office part time?

Will Phil Copeland be able to continue his work at the Local union hall? Hopefully he shows up for the Recorder's position more than he did for city council...

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I voted for him. Proud of my crossover vote.

Why you ask? Because the local GOP needs to be purged of these constant career local Repubs who are only in it for for the retirement. How many times does he have to lose to figure it out?

MikeyA

and would have asked the same question if Sarantou would have won the election. While you don't hear much about the Recorder's office, I do consider it a fairly important position that shouldn't be considered a part time job.

He barely was able to get a G.E.D.
He cannot speak intelligently at all.
He is as slow & dimwitted as that Ford fellow, who was Mayor.

And, like all Dims, he cannot get a job in the private sector for the life of him that pays what local job killing , home value killing, net worth killing, by a Dim does !

Whale dung low standards accepted by equally low standard citizens in this godforsaken D ruined berg, is terminal.

Ask the idiots who vote the straight D ticket in Detroit !

...in terms of pay, though many recorders with well-functioning offices don't work 40 hours a week.

Last time I checked, the pay was more than $70,000 per year, plus health insurance and PERS

losing was the one of the saddest parts of the election. I guess we need to watch and see what "stuff" Phil Copeland will do once he gets there. :) :(

that Copeland was elected. Honestly, I would have like to have seen a new indivdual run. Get some fresh blood in there...

My point exactly. For Stain having this coalition of young GOPers lining up to support him they don't line up to run or support those he does run. Winners are even more lacking under his watch.

MikeyA

Phil Copeland is one of the smartest people on Toledo City Council, period.

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I agree. He's borderline genius.

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