Reassessing and Restructuring Public Agencies

by Elizabeth Wiley



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/18/2017

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 260
ISBN : 9781490784472
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 260
ISBN : 9781490784465
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 260
ISBN : 9781490784458

About the Book

This book is written by a brain injured citizen who experienced all that we taxpayers are paying for and NOT getting, by exploring and finding how these agencies are formed, the author has come to the conclusion that it is the duty of the citizens, who pay for all these services to explore how they are being rated, and how we the citizens can work to see that ALL citizens are getting what we pay for from income taxes and other public money, such as lottery and casino fees paid to the states and federal government. This is NOT a graduate level APA approved grammar offering to give educated persons a chance to do a grammar check. It is a kick in the rear to citizens to get out and find out what our government is about and do something before it is just another lost dream. Too many people have lost their lives and given their dreams for America to just become another Rome, or Pharaoh driven empire of the past. Insights, and thoughts on what COULD be and why we CAN make changes are included in the commentary of a Native American taking a good long look at the mess we are in and how we can get out of it with grace.

About the Author

The first Native California Woman to complete law school, the author passed half the Bar and was disabled from using a sample in the mail. During the eight years learning to walk and talk well enough to hold hot horses for her youngest son the author had a LOT of experience in how our public agencies are NOT working. The author has spent almost forty years volunteering in programs for single mothers, veterans and high risk youth. Carousel Horse is the inclusion book written by the author to help those who can not come to the stable for the equine therapy programs. After being hit by drunks racing six years ago, the author is on crutches and braces and hoping after a final surgery to be back with the horses and veterans. Three of those years were spent taking care of 23 horses and running the program on braces and crutches.