By: Diane Benjamin
State Farm has an Employees Activities group, it sounds similar to the City of Bloomington except the activities aren’t during working hours. One activity I know they organize is golf tournaments.
This message was on the SFEA site today:
Another message was sent to past golf participants:
Many of you have probably seen or heard about the SFEA website message by now. If not, we have been informed there will be a post to the Enterprise Message Center tomorrow to officially announce no SFEA activities or events will be offered in 1st or 2nd quarter of 2018.This impact our golf league and is unfortunate as there are additional consequences that can impact our long-standing relationships with courses and our preferred tee times. After a discussion between the current league officers, we have agreed to continue to run the league in 2018, just outside of SFEA. We hope this is only a temporary change for the 2018 season (or possibly even just the first part of the season).
The private sector knows that when you are in a hole – quit digging. Is Bloomington going to cancel their Employee Activities Committee too? Or is Bloomington going to keep digging deeper?
State Farm policy holders can change companies is rates get too high. People can leave Bloomington if taxes are increased again.
The clowns running Springfield haven’t figured that out yet. Illinois lost 1 resident every 4.3 minutes in 2017 dropped 6th most populous state
Will the Bloomington City Council fail basic economics again?