Comments by JIMOCONNOR
Posted on November 13 at 11:03 a.m. (Suggest removal)
SCARY SCHOHARIE. Resistance to change is mind boggling. Clearing up financial and legal commitments are necessary. However, bind siding, antagonizing, and embarrassing a potential neighbor and investor is stupid. Was the investor allowed to describe his clientele. Was he asked to give income and tax revenue estimates. In fairness, why did his initial site fall through. If i can come up with these questions, why couldn't the attendees.
Residents must awake to the fact that there are no more creel walking openings. They must diversify their tax base some way. This guy offers options to bring money in. He's not looking for residents to pay to jump rope, or, use a step-master.
Posted on November 12 at 10:44 a.m. (Suggest removal)
HELP I'VE FALLEN, AND CAN'T GET UP AND DON'T GIVE A CRAP ABOUT YOUR PENSION.
Posted on November 12 at 10:31 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Don't forget inhalants folks. You've got a sizeable group wasting away on TRUE-TEMPER, and ARMOR-ALL
Posted on November 9 at 11:09 p.m. (Suggest removal)
This also reflects on whatever the county/city democratic committee's vetting process is. This is why we are shackled by the Type A Lady, and are cleaning up after Brucker's vapid antics.
Posted on November 7 at 4:44 p.m. (Suggest removal)
I'm perplexed over a 12 year old being given such a forum in the first place. What happened to bifurcated confidentiality. Aggrieved parties can not unilaterally waive their rights to confidentiality. Isn't this a breach of this SED policy. Empathizing with this child and family should be taken for granted as the thing to do. The school board needs to look to itself to protect students by enacting procedures baring public airing of such graphic details by students.
This is a confidentiality issue. It is not a free speech issue. I guess the board could have given this family their due by hearing them out in executive session. Now that it has happened, what action can the boys families take against the board.
Posted on November 6 at 9:18 a.m. (Suggest removal)
HOORAY for MOOTOOVEREN. If i had to carry porterfield and the self proclaimed 'type A' woman, i'd hang my head too Mr Erikson.
Joey Lazzari, you gotta get a couple more endorsements buddy. Follow Riggi's game plan. Hammer away at em in their PRIVILEGE OF THE FLOOR. Hammer at the type A lady's silly ideas.
I hope you don't give up Joe.
Posted on November 5 at 7:58 a.m. (Suggest removal)
She waited a week too long to pose such a spurious non issue. A week ago would have had her name out there once more, and deflected away from her absence in REAL budget issue dialogue. Like mezzz3131 says, we are too savvy for such pap.
Posted on November 2 at 6:50 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Joe Lazarri is a good person. A real patriot. He was a good cop when there were plenty of bad ones around. He's earned my vote by showing deliberative approaches to issues. His insight into how certain crime cases are what drive overtime costs is more plausible than railing against contracts, or, retirement ballooning.
Posted on November 2 at 10:22 a.m. (Suggest removal)
VOTE FOR ERIKSON, MOOTOOVERIN, KELLEHER, LAZZARI. REMEMBER THE D.C. BACKED BRUCKER, AND THAT OTHER ONE....KING, ERIKSON, AND RIGGI HAVE SHOWN INSIGHTFULL DUE DILIGENCE, AND COOPERATION WHICH LEADS TO GOOD GOVERNANCE.
Posted on November 1 at 9:37 a.m. (Suggest removal)
I take issue with beer, jewelry, mortgage, and insurance companies paying live actors to portray families with deployed members to hock their wares. I view this as the pandering to weakness in its worst form.