And leave the vehicles, cell phones, computers, etc. here when you go.
The story flashing around town today is about the resignation of Joe Santiago as the former police director for the city of Trenton. This inspirational move came on the last day of the 75 day period granted by last July's Appellate Court decision; a period designed to allow for the "orderly transition" to new leadership of the TPD.
Now, the wags are posing the question "How can he resign from a position that the courts determined he no longer held?" And it is a valid question.
Resigned or fired, it doesn't really make a difference (except maybe for the $136,000+ in legal fees our cash-strapped city spent on this ridiculous court case).
What does matter is that Mr. Santiago, the once and future former police director, has shown that after all that has occurred, he is a man of his word.
Last November, Santiago was quoted in the newspaper as saying he'd quit before he moved his family here. Ten months later, he's holding true to his word.
And to show how much we appreciate the former police director's integrity, we offer a similar response to his resignation that we gave nearly a year ago: