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Wayne Zingsheim

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City of Park Ridge

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City of Park Ridge

505 Butler Pl

Park Ridge, Illinois,60068

United States

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PublicWatchdog.org – Park Ridge » Is City Staff Waging War On Transparency?

www.publicwatchdog.org [cached]

So it was left to Public Works Director Wayne Zingsheim to come to McGuire's defense when Knight complained that McGuire didn't even include pricing sheets from the four consultants, although Zingsheim did so in a somewhat odd way.
So it was left to Public Works Director Wayne Zingsheim to come to McGuire's defense when Knight complained that McGuire didn't even include pricing sheets from the four consultants, although Zingsheim did so in a somewhat odd way. "I can't understand this [scoring summary] either, alderman, I've got news for you," said Zingsheim, who then also admitted that he "never even saw the cost sheets, ever. Or as Zingsheim explained: "We did it one way, he [McGuire] did it another. The problem as revealed in this storm water consultant process, however, was the lack of a uniform valuation standard ("Or as Zingsheim explained: 'We did it one way, he [McGuire] did it another.'"), which we understand was the exact same problem the led to a do-over of the City Attorney process; and other irregularities (e.g., Mitchell numerically evaluated, McGuire did not).


www.publicwatchdog.org

Shawn Hamilton, Finance Director Joe Gilmore, and Public Works Director Wayne Zingsheim get their hands around the cost of Park Ridge's share of the project - which starts at around $60 million and could go as high as almost $100 Million, depending on who's throwing the numbers around and what day of the week it is.


PublicWatchdog.org – Park Ridge » 2015 » February

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So it was left to Public Works Director Wayne Zingsheim to come to McGuire's defense when Knight complained that McGuire didn't even include pricing sheets from the four consultants, although Zingsheim did so in a somewhat odd way.
So it was left to Public Works Director Wayne Zingsheim to come to McGuire's defense when Knight complained that McGuire didn't even include pricing sheets from the four consultants, although Zingsheim did so in a somewhat odd way. "I can't understand this [scoring summary] either, alderman, I've got news for you," said Zingsheim, who then also admitted that he "never even saw the cost sheets, ever. Or as Zingsheim explained: "We did it one way, he [McGuire] did it another. According to Public Works Director Wayne Zingsheim (as reported in a 02.03.15 Park Ridge Herald-Advocate article, "Park Ridge mayor questions delay in plowing Uptown lot after blizzard"), City crews worked steadily from Sunday afternoon through Tuesday morning.


parkridge.suntimes.com

The Park Ridge City Council on March 10 is expected to review preliminary design proposals from Christopher B. Burke Engineering for flood-control measures within the Mayfield Estates subdivision and at Northwest Park, 1200 N. Dee Road, said Public Works Director Wayne Zingsheim.
Zingsheim told the Park Ridge Herald-Advocate that it is the intention of city staff to discuss the Northwest Park detention option with park district representatives once it is known for certain that the City Council wants to move forward with it. "This upcoming March meeting will tell us a lot more: whether [aldermen] want to go forward, whether they want to go to referendum and how they want to finance it," Zingsheim said.


www.chicagotribune.com

The nonstop snowfall has been difficult on staff in towns like northwest suburban Park Ridge, said Public Works Director Wayne Zingsheim.
"The duration of the storm kills any municipality with manpower," he said.


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