No surprise here. That crazy Christmas party held by 911 dispatchers in Montgomery County involving the exchange of booze and sex toys did not endanger the public. You didn't think the county would admit to anything, did you?
Reporter Margaret Gibbons says a holiday gift exchange held last December by some 911 dispatchers at Montgomery County’s emergency communications center in Lower Providence did not impact the health and safety of county residents.
Of course not. Isn't the embarrassment of having government workers violating about a zillion policies bad enough? Why open the county up to possible lawsuits? It's better to say nothing happened and move on.
Read the full story in today's edition of The Mercury.