Loudoun Supervisor Stevens Miller, ever the unionist, opposed a proposal to create a means of objectively assessing job performance of County employees and rewarding them accordingly. The story is in today's Loudoun section of the Washington Post, but, unfortunately, I haven't been able to get it online.
Miller opposed the measure because it wasn't "appropriate for
this Board of Supervisors to be setting workplace policy." What?! The
BOS just runs the County; why should they get into the details of how
well it's run? Yet another moronic comment from one of the two
painfully embarrassing bookends of Loudoun's BOS .
Thankfully, the majority of the Board ignored Miller, and passed the measure. Even more gratifying is that we only have two more months of him.