Update X3: (because I am done with this topic):
Before you all get your panties in a twist, I was told by a city worker that the sensors were still broken, yet some are saying they have been fixed. That is why I question. The article is marked under RUMORs & OPINIONS. Not news. It’s alleged that this is happening.
Besides, you should be happy that there is somebody in this town with enough balls to actually question certain happenings around here.
Blog = web log. Diary. Personal feelings. Enough said.
Update x2: Much like trucks on the boardwalk from a few years ago, I like to question things. This blog is not a news source or a news paper. It’s where I post personal feelings about Long Beach. I am not accusing a particular person of robbing us tax payers of gas, I am questioning what the deal is with the pump at the Bus Station. So far I am hearing so many conflicting reports on what is going on in the photo. That’s pretty much where I’m at right now.
Update: Some folks are claiming it’s a city owned car, yet some are claiming that it’s not. Yes, various reports from different city employees. Either way, I heard the gas sensors have been destroyed by Sandy. Is this still the case?
The photographer of the image below claims that it depicts a possible city worker allegedly filling their non-city car up with city gas. allegedly.
“I’m telling you the guy was pumping gas!! Not a city car, dressed in jeans/sweatshirt.”
Upon further investigation, I am told how there use to be a system where you had to type in your department code to get gas, but that got destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Before that the city vehicles used to have electronic collars around their gas tanks that would trigger the pump. Am I assuming this is no longer the case?