Numb and Number: Dollars to Doughnuts Edition

Year-end 2016 deficit in Ottawa police operations budget, inflated by insurance and legal settlements, and “several costly and unexpected member retirements.”

Approximate golden handshake to OPS Spt. Mike Flanagan, who retired effective Dec. 31.

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3 comments on “Numb and Number: Dollars to Doughnuts Edition
  1. Patrick60 says:

    Dough nut ask what Ottawa can do for you, but what you can do for Ottawa.

  2. daveS says:

    Never mind the Fire Department.

  3. daveS says:

    Do I hear a higher number?

    “Bordeleau also tabled the 2016 financial report, which revealed a $6-million deficit.
    The chief said the majority of that – $3.7 million – “is associated with tax rate the city imposed, so that is not something controlled by the police service.”
    Another $2.1 million is attributed to payments made in the settlements of several civil cases, and an increase in early retirements.” The Petfinder March 27, 2017 8:07 PM EDT

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