Public money paid for this.
Hugh Jass April 23, 2014 at 07:33 am
Mr. Doroshewitz, I have complete empathy for you. One time in Jr. High School, I wasn't invited to aRead More sleepover that all the "cool people" were attending. You, myself, and the remainder of Township taxpayers have grown up and developed our moral compass. Let's face it, the two women voting on behalf of the residents are mannequins. I don't say that to demean women in any manner. I very much admire any woman's opinion and value their intellect. However, if these two elected official women each had another brain, it would be lonely. They are puppets. That leaves you, Mr. Curmi, and hopefully, Mr. Kelly to question every single move of the treasurer and supervisor, who react like pre-pubescent children when they don't get their way. Backroom secretive "playground" meetings? You betcha. Now I could rehash many "moving the township forward" decisions of the recent past (see land procurement, Plymouth Scholars, Hilltop, etc), but the only way to stop this madness is with state and/or federal intervention brought about by the actions of more than a handful of township citizens. The adolescent bravado of the treasurer and supervisor are willing to bet that apathy reigns in their kingdom. Let's prove them wrong!!
Bob Doroshewitz April 23, 2014 at 07:58 am
Were decisions made in violation of the Open Meetings Act or were they rubber stamped withoutRead More thought, discussion, collaboration, compromise? I sure hope it was the former rather than the latter. At least we can sleep knowing there was SOME deliberation by SOMEONE at SOMETIME, despite the fact the public never got a chance to hear about or weigh in on how their money is spent.
Duane Zantop April 23, 2014 at 10:02 am
It is so obvious to the public that there are Round Robbins discussions occur between the bully teamRead More members and all decisions are made before the Public Township meetings. At the last meeting Richard Reaume and the bully team members shut down discussions from opposing Trustee's and the loud cry's public and continued with their predetermined agenda to approve moving ahead with there amphitheater for one man puppet shows.
Patricia Rumsey/Craske April 22, 2014 at 01:37 pm
So glad they were put sooner. They were Disshonerd when they came home, and This was a slap in theRead More face.
Mr Rogers April 22, 2014 at 04:53 pm
Don't forget about the vets from the "forgotten war" - The Korean conflict. We don't hearRead More much about them.
Bryan Bentley (Editor) April 22, 2014 at 05:23 pm
Well said Mr. Rogers...