Chain of command
PRINCETON — Incomplete bills and the chain of command for commissioners came under question during Monday’s meeting of the Princeton City Council.
Commissioner Joel Quiram, who is the commissioner for the Department of Public Properties and Utilities, questioned a couple bills in his department which pertained to Phase 2 of the new water treatment plant project. One bill, to Vissering Construction, was for work completed but included a change order which Quiram didn’t know about previously. The other bill, to Farnsworth Engineering, was an itemized two-page bill, but only one page was included in the commissioner’s packet.
As commissioner of the water department, he said he should have known about the change order before seeing it on the bill; he also said he should have had the complete two-page Farnsworth bill to review. Quiram also questioned why the change order on the Vissering bill had already been approved by the mayor.
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