WEST COVINA – Councilman Mike Touhey wants City Hall open seven days a week to accommodate working people, at a time when civic centers are slashing hours.
In a Dec. 3 letter to City Manager Andy Pasmant, Touhey requests a “one-stop counter” in City Hall where a cross trained part-time employee works Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Touhey asked for the idea to be placed on the next City Council agenda.
This comes at a time when cities such as Covina are changing its hours and moving to a four-day work week to save money.
Below is the letter sent last week:
I would like to agendize a one stop counter for the next council meeting. A counter on the 1st Floor of City Hall where we have one cross trained Part-Time employee to work Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Also volunteer counter people to help the staff member similar to our SHOP Program. So residents can take care of business when they are off of work. Making City Hall more available for the people. City Hall open 7 days a week to serve you, I like the sound of it.
Friday 4 PM 9 PM
Saturday 12 PM – 5 PM
Sunday 12 PM -5 PM
I have had great concerns since we have gone to a 4 Day work week I think it’s poor customer service for the Residents.