Comments by schdyres
Posted on November 21 at 12:13 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Once again in Schenectady-who cares about the residents, neighborhoods, and taxpayers!!!! Institutional zoning rules. It's time to change the BZA and PC memberships and challenge those who made the hack appointments. Strichman useless as usual.
Posted on November 9 at 8:37 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Very sad as the outcome of the election would not have been different if he had been honest. The Gazette failed to followup after the debate and should have investigated and reported this prior to the election. Probably the reporter had the story and it was held by the editors. My comment raising these questions was posted at the end of the Gazette debate story and was then later pulled by the Gazette. Why?
Most importantly, Kathleen Moore's story remains incomplete----Other "facts" not investigated-- his age?? --and his "claimed" educational background?? Let's have the full story now!
Reporting on the election also was inadequate as she failed follow-up and ask the Republican candidate Kelleher about his stated support for some "Tea Party" positions.
Finally, Carl Erickson's comments are silly and disturbing!
Posted on November 2 at 2:12 p.m. (Suggest removal)
What are the Tea Party"great points" Joe Kelleher agrees with? Government shutdowns?, attacks on Obama?, repeal of healthcare? I dare him to respond in specifics! His wholesale attacks on the Democratic party sound very Tea like ! "take back the country", "take back the city"--Senator Cruz rhetoric for sure! We want people who will work with all in a nonpartisan manner.
Posted on November 2 at 10:39 a.m. (Suggest removal)
It appears that the SCDC has no respect for its own candidates! Carl Erikson is to be commended for his response to this party failure to clear all mailings with their candidates. If in fact, any of the city council candidates do support the agenda of the Tea Party that would be important information that should be available to voters prior to the election. Unfortunately, that question was not posed by the reporter. While it is common to blame local leaders for most of the problems facing the city it is clear that many years of republican control of the federal government and recent obstructionist tactics pushed by the Tea Party gang are fundamentally responsible for our financial troubles.
Posted on October 30 at 12:34 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Let's further investigate further the problems with the grant submission. Perhaps someone dropped the ball and should be held responsible for a grant screw-up!
Posted on October 20 at 9:55 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Anyone who is unwilling or unable to disclose their place of employment or educational institution should not be elected to any public office including the Schenectady City Council. Perhaps Mr Mootooveren is unemployed or has not completed a degree as he claimed. We expect full disclosure of all elected officials. This is essential for the public to know of any conflicts of interest when legislative decisions are made. If he wishes to put his own interest ahead of the citizens' right to know even before elected that is most unfortunate and a reflection on his understanding of his ethical responsibility
Posted on September 13 at 2:10 p.m. (Suggest removal)
As Roger Hull correctly said some time ago Margaret King is the ultimate" rubber stamp" always eager to please the boss!
How can anyone reasonably assert that"experience required" means getting it after being hired.
KIng has shown absolutely no leadership as Council President and rarely has any comments or contributions to make at City Council meetings except as a booster of local downtown events. She has never owned property in the city nor has she ever paid a cent in City or School taxes.
Posted on September 9 at 4:46 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Excellent story. A welcome change! I hope they will take an interest in the nearby neighborhood (unlike those departing!)
Posted on July 19 at 9:39 a.m. (Suggest removal)
A little fact checking needed for the caption accompanying the photo: first act dancers wrongly identified as second act characters. The photo shows a happy Giselle with her friends in the village, not with the ghostly Wilis from the second act.
Posted on July 18 at 5:56 p.m. (Suggest removal)
"Updating" has already been done by Peter Wright for this company. Further changes would most likely alter the look and feel of this timeless piece and prevent the audience from seeing the beauty of the original choreographical intent. One can appreciate the pace of this production and savor every moment for the classic that it is.