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Another FAIL For Walker’s Privatizations

Posted by Chris Liebenthal on August 4, 2010

Years ago, Scott Walker privatized the 2-1-1 call center and gave it to an agency called IMPACT. Now, for the second time in two years, Walker, along with his new best friend, Lee Holloway, sent this out to workers, using the e-Notification system:

July 27, 2010

To all county employees and elected officials:

Volunteers are needed to handle the surge in calls relating to the flooding damage that occurred in Milwaukee County that are being received at IMPACT, Milwaukee County’s provider of 2-1-1 hotline services.

Volunteers will be trained to use a script to collect information from residents whose homes were damaged by the flooding. Resources are also provided for relief operations taking place in the community. The call center is in the City of West Allis in an office setting with comfortable accommodations. Ample parking is available, and several bus lines are within two blocks of the facility. IMPACT staff will be available at all times to assist volunteers with any questions.

Total training time is about 45 to 60 minutes. It is anticipated that volunteers will be needed from July 27 through August 7. Shifts range from 2 to 4 hours, with openings every day of the week between 8:00am and 9:00pm.

Please consider volunteering for this short-term, community health need.

To volunteer, call [name redacted] of IMPACT at (414) [phone number redacted].

Thank you.

Sincerely,
Scott Walker Lee Holloway
Milwaukee County Executive Milwaukee County Board Chairman

Same level of service for less money? Pffft, yeah, right.

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