Comments by dod
Posted on May 8 at 11:34 p.m. (Suggest removal)
I was given a ticket for an open container , which was an empty can of beer. The police sent the woman to approach my car so they could most likely have a reason to search my vehicle. I did not ask the woman to enter my vehicle she approached from the rear opened the door and sat in my car. Seconds later officers surrounded me and tore apart my vehicle. There was nothing in my car that was illegal. I passed my field sobriety test and was cuffed and booked for an empty can of beer.
Today I was fired after working for 13 years at the facility. The explanation I was given was it was a result of my actions last night... Which was the incident explained. Further I am a father of two. Thiis woman that I never seen before enters my vehicle uninvited now the media is making it out to be something it wasn't. Schdy PD may have known she was a hooker to me she was a nut job that took it upon herself to open my car door and sit inside. Before I could figure what the hell she was trying to say through her highly impaired state officers pulled up and proceeded to arrest me followed by our Mayors swift reaction to fire me when I was CHARGED not even guilty of an open container.. Can I remind people The schdy police officer accused of brandishing his weapon and threaten people in plain clothes is on a 30 day suspension..
Posted on March 26 at 9:46 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Actually clerk jobs are hard to find within Schenectady County considering the nepotism slant that factors into almost every hiring that takes place. Civil Service is such a weakly veiled agency of supposed fair hiring practices, still the general public has no idea they do not stand a chance of being hired from a list for an "open" position for which they took a test for. However, every county employee knows they play hand in hand with the dirty political department heads' agendas and seniority or rank on a list means nothing.
Coercion of this sort is nothing new, it's rampant in many departments. The Democrats are quick to try to cover up for these indiscretions, lest their stellar repuations become tarnished. It is not uncommon for a small promotion or pay raise to be denied as retribution for rebuking unwanted advances. It's not the first time a case like this has come to light, and I can't imagine it will be the last. The ones from Rotterdam seem to be the worst.
Posted on December 12 at 7:57 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Really? Why is the gazette reporting on the sentencing of a common criminal and trying to turn him into some type of twisted story book character? REPORT THE NEWS WITHOUT YOUR LIBERAL TALL TALES.
Stop trying to romanticize Schenectady's crime!
Posted on October 30 at 10:39 a.m. (Suggest removal)
The roundabouts at Fuller and Washington are just newly opening. In fact, they are not even complete. It takes about a month for folks to get used to them and, once they do, most find them superior.
As to fender benders, here's a question for wmarinic: If your son or daughter was T-boned at a new signalized intersection that could have been a roundabout, how would you feel? A fender bender is minor property damage. A T-bone is bodily injury or death (oh, in addition to MUCH great property damage). Kudos to manjoe - he's right on the money.
Kudos as well to the Gazette for not only giving this issue clarity and focus, but for having the guts to reassess its position noted in 2007. There aren't too many institutions these days that will admit they were wrong, but I resepect the Gazette for being 'real'.
One final comment - the roundabouts under discussion in Malta are only one-lane. The others in Malta, and at Fuller/Washington, are two lane roundabout. The one-laners are super simple to navigate.
Posted on October 2 at 3:11 p.m. (Suggest removal)
It includes the County of Schenectady, not the School District
Posted on October 2 at 8 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Right on, Mezz. The welfare benefit package is huge in Schenectady and the oversight on the fraud is practically non-existent. It's so easy to get on welfare here, I was thinking about going to apply myself. What the heck? It's technically my money they are giving away anyway. And if they give money to people with active warrants, there's no way I'm going to be denied. I'll just go in there with an entitled attitude like the rest of the dregs.
Posted on September 30 at 5:46 p.m. (Suggest removal)
It was a great show, will put effort, putting city owned properties back on tax roll is a task, thanks to sponsors and those who participated and attended.
"investment in Schenectady brings prosperity "
Posted on August 10 at 5:18 p.m. (Suggest removal)
I need to get in shape. I will never get in the shape these athletes are but I need to exercise to lose weight and get in better shape!
Posted on July 28 at 8:10 a.m. (Suggest removal)
And there are many more cases like this...with little to no investigative work being done, due to the liberal constraints placed upon the Department of Social Services by the Commissioner, Dennis J. Packard. There are people applying for and receiving benefits with active arrest warrants! My tax dollars should be paying for police officers to come and arrest these people, when instead they are used to aid lazy, fat, self-entitled scum to sit at home while I rush to work...I want my money back!
Posted on January 23 at 12:05 p.m. (Suggest removal)
@WordWiz78: (Spelling Bee) Ms. Diamond has raised a logical question, so why she should be shame of that. It is Gazette who should post the effective and motivating column.