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    Just doing some followup for an OC event in Hines park and stumbled across this see item 14

    http://www.waynecounty.com/mygovt/dp...docs/rules.pdf

    Wonder if the Belle Ille event was legal maybe we should all turn ourselves in.
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    I found a potential remedy for this problem on that very same website.



    http://www.waynecounty.com/WCComplaint/Default.aspx


    Mission Statement
    Wayne County Executive, Robert A. Ficano, is determined to instill in Wayne County a culture of ethics and clean government. As part of that commitment the CEO has created within the executive branch the Office of Inspector General (IG). The IG is authorized to detect and, whenever possible, deter fraud, waste, inefficiency, misconduct and abuse of power in county government. The goal is to uncover misconduct, abuse and inefficiency and advocate appropriate remedies. Above all, the IG's principal objectives are to promote ethics, honesty, and efficiency, and restore and promote the public's trust in and respect for county government.

    The Importance of Reporting
    The cooperation of County employees and the general public is essential to accomplish the mission of the Inspector General. Persons working in or having regular contact with county government are in the best position to witness activities that may require investigation.

    When reporting possible fraud, waste, inefficiency or misconduct you may remain anonymous if you wish. You are encouraged, however, to identify yourself so that the IG may follow up on your mail or telephone call, and seek additional information helpful to a review of the matter. If you give your name, your identity will be protected to the maximum extent of the law. In addition, the state "whistleblowers statute" protects employees from retaliation under appropriate circumstances. If you believe that making a report to the IG will place you at risk of retaliation, you should inform the IG of this fact.
    When reporting to the IG please be as specific and provide as much detail as possible. The more information you provide, the more thorough the IG's investigation can be. Any relevant information or knowledge you acquire after making the report should also be provided to the IG in a follow-up communication.

    How to Report Misconduct or Inefficiency
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    Michigander wrote:
    Mission Statement
    Wayne County Executive, Robert A. Ficano, is determined to instill in Wayne County a culture of ethics and clean government. As part of that commitment the CEO has created within the executive branch the Office of Inspector General (IG). The IG is authorized to detect and, whenever possible, deter fraud, waste, inefficiency, misconduct and abuse of power in county government. The goal is to uncover misconduct, abuse and inefficiency and advocate appropriate remedies. Above all, the IG's principal objectives are to promote ethics, honesty, and efficiency, and restore and promote the public's trust in and respect for county government.[/align]
    +1 for the position of Inspector General!

    I find it very refreshing that a local government has appointed someone to find and eliminate corruption and misconduct within their own system. It just seems like that doesn't happen anymore, which is why when I read about this position I realized that my faith in humanity isn't completely lost.
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    Preemption over rules.

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    dougwg wrote:
    Preemption over rules.
    +1

    I read this topic from my Blackberry earlier and I was waiting to logon at home to reply.

    These are the rules for a public park?

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    kidaquarius wrote:
    dougwg wrote:
    Preemption over rules.
    +1

    I read this topic from my Blackberry earlier and I was waiting to logon at home to reply.

    These are the rules for a public park?
    Yes, land for public recreation maintained by Wayne County. Wayne County Parks System Rules and Regulations, see:

    http://www.waynecounty.com/mygovt/dps/depts/parks//

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    pmcqueen37 wrote:
    Just doing some followup for an OC event in Hines park and stumbled across this see item 14

    http://www.waynecounty.com/mygovt/dp...docs/rules.pdf

    Wonder if the Belle Ille event was legal maybe we should all turn ourselves in.
    Why did you use this heading, you know preemption applies, about gave mea heart attack, I thought it was something serious, now where's my nitro tablets?
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    oops, should have been "outlawed in Wayne County park system based on their rule book." my bad,
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