One of the best ways to prevent pollutants from entering our local Warwick streams, ponds and Bay is to promptly remove them from our city roadways before wind, rain, and water carry them into our storm drains. Anything on the streets, sidewalks, parking lots, or driveways can wash into storm drains and all of the pollutants are carried directly to local waterways. DEM Director Janet Coit last night referred to that crucial pollutant maintenance as "mundane".
Apparently David Picozzi can't keep up with managing the 400 miles of Warwick roadways with 3 street sweepers. Maybe they should all catch on fire and be replaced with brand new ones that actually operate efficiently?
I have been living in Warwick for almost 11 years and I have never once witnessed a street sweeper going through our neighborhood.
What about you?
The video below shows the typical "Napoleon Complex" syndrome symptoms that begin to fester when scrutiny exacerbates the afflicted individual, in this case, it's Warwick city DPW Director, David Picozzi.
Last month, David Picozzi was recorded on the mic speaking with his bestie crony, councilwoman Donna Travis, that members of the public who ask questions need to "shut the f*ck up."
David Picozzi then stated I needed to "shut the hell up" as I was leaving Warwick City Hall last night, and, he has also stated in local media outlet stories that I "need to be silenced."
Apparently David Picozzi can't handle the scrutiny.
This is the highest paid DPW Director in the state of RI also working part time as the city of Warwick's Chief of Staff making a taxpayer salary of almost $143,000 annually.
What an absolute disgrace.
Warwick tax dollars being invested ever so wisely, thanks to Mayor Scott Avedisian.