Wednesday, December 18, 2019

JACKSON COUNTY EXEC FRANK WHITE GIVES COURTHOUSE WORKERS CHRISTMAS EVE BREAK!!!



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Jackson County Executive signs Executive Order

County offices and courthouses will close early on Christmas Eve

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Today, Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. signed Executive Order 19-33, declaring that all County offices and courthouses will close early on Tuesday, December 24 at 1:00 p.m.

“Once again, our Associates have gone above and beyond this year to provide the best customer service possible to the residents of Jackson County,” said Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. “The extra time to spend with their loved ones this holiday is well-deserved and I cannot thank them enough for all of their hard work.”

Jackson County offices and courthouses will be closed all day on Wednesday, December 25 in observance of Christmas Day and on Wednesday, January 1, 2020 in observance of New Year’s Day.

A copy of Executive Order 19-33 is attached.
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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Man is he ever one deluded sob.

Anonymous said...

Hope the Fed agents crime task force takes a good close look at Jackson County while they are here.

Anonymous said...

The direction of Jackson County and the state are terrifying. Poor leadership from the top to bottom. I had high hopes purchased a place a few years ago but will be selling to get out of this mess.

Anonymous said...

This is about as ridiculous as 2 gays getting pulled over for doing a 69 in a 65.

Anonymous said...

They wouldn’t be doing anything but eating food all day anyway, might as well let people think he’s this great guy for letting them off a couple hours early, I’m betting Frankie boy won’t be there anyway. Kc is the same way, no managers to be found the day before or after Christmas and New Years but by god you employees had better be there or else.

Anonymous said...

Maybe he can get someone in to fix the elevators and pipes while the building is empty.

Anonymous said...

What about the people’s tax assessments, though?

Anonymous said...

Maybe all of the employees should have just walked out anyway a long time ago