Tri-Met employee highlight: Making a difference
Whether he’s helping a Spanish-speaking rider over the phone, mingling with riders on board a bus, or working with community partners, Martín González—TriMet’s limited English proficiency outreach coordinator—uses his finely-tuned voice of advocacy to help others.
I started a search to see what else I could find out about Martin Gonzalez and his salary and one of my first Google results came from a very reputable source: myself.
I forgot that back in January of 2008 I reported how $500,000 was being spent on this outreach to our non-English speaking friends.
I'm so glad to hear that Mr. Gonzalez is still at the public trough and helping keep Tri-Met crime free. No wait, that would be a security guard. I'm glad that Mr. Gonzalez is helping criminal aliens navigate our taxpayer funded transit system.