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John Beagle Posted - 04/12/2012 : 2:01:56 PM
The City of Monroe will pay just more than $1.6 million to the school district, of which $1.09 million of that payment is an advance from future payments. Six council persons voted in favor of the advance.

Commentary--------------------

If you got it, spend it. The $5 Million sitting in the General Fund isn't being used. Let's lend some out, free of charge, over a million dollars. Best of all, the schools don't have to put it in writing. Just come on in and ask, we'll worry about paperwork later.

Most on Council once again is going to show everyone that 'council does the right thing'. Monroe government will step in with taxpayer money.

"Fight SunCoke and save our schools, it's all in a days work."


All of council says there really isn't any debate, they all feel the same, all... except Todd.

What's wrong with Todd? Why does he always vote to not spend money when everyone else votes as if only one mind. Is someone controlling the thoughts of council? Does Todd have a tin foil hat?


Rest of council, do you mean to tell me that everyone is right and Todd is wrong? And what about our roads, our moldy city building and other city responsibilities to its employees and staff? Why does Suncoke and our schools take priority over city things?

All I ask is for someone on Council consider the other side of spending, once in awhile. Remember last year when the city was projecting a loss by 2014?

If we aren't careful, it could happen again.

John

PS. Hey, take a look at our $1.45 Million dollar beautification project at the interchange.


Construction began Tuesday March 6th on the Interchange Beautification Project. The contract for the project was awarded to Double Jay Construction out of Englewood, Ohio. The project includes the installation of large mixed season landscaping areas, lighting, decorative pillars, and decorative fencing that reads “MONROE” on it. The project costs approximately one million dollars of which 80% is funded through grants. The project is scheduled to be completed by October 31, 2012. Pictures will be posted on our website of the project as it progresses.
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John Beagle Posted - 04/22/2012 : 12:31:14 PM
"You blow things way out of proportion John"

Thanks, that's my job. lol

Otherwise it gets a bit boring around here.
Hornet89 Posted - 04/22/2012 : 12:03:23 PM
You blow things way out of proportion John. I lived in monroe up until fri at 5 pm when I closed on a house in franklin twsp...and I explained why my side of SB5 was important to me. And yes I dont post much anymore, used to alot. I grew up in Monroe, my family lives in Monroe, I love Monroe....I graduated a hornet and I worked as a police officer for monroe pd way back when, but since you have told me where to go, I'll stay off your site John. But make no mistake, Ill always be a hornet.
John Beagle Posted - 04/22/2012 : 10:46:25 AM
quote:
[i]Originally posted by Hornet89[/i]
[br]ok john, whatever you say, I dont post much....mainly because every thread turns into petty argument....and what you consider a little tirade, i consider defending my job, my pay, my fellow FOP brothers...I'm Middletown Police FOP president, its my job to defend my fellow officers. It wasnt as big an issue as your link being removed I guess.



Yea, your way above 'petty.'

1. Ok whatever you say - petty
2. I don't post much - only 4531 times - petty

Then you go on to say your side of an argument is more important. Ok, I see how it is. You're part of the establishment that says since I'm a government employee you have to listen to me. Anything you say is petty.

The rest of us who live unprotected by government unions need to be quiet and not question the government.

No Chris, not every thread turns into 'petty arguement'. Maybe you ought to real all the threads and not just one or two that have sincere but heated discussions.

Don't you live in Middletown? Let me recommend a forum in your city: http://middletownusa.com/forum/

Hornet89 Posted - 04/22/2012 : 10:04:18 AM
ok john, whatever you say, I dont post much....mainly because every thread turns into petty argument....and what you consider a little tirade, i consider defending my job, my pay, my fellow FOP brothers...I'm Middletown Police FOP president, its my job to defend my fellow officers. It wasnt as big an issue as your link being removed I guess.
John Beagle Posted - 04/22/2012 : 09:45:25 AM
quote:
[i]Originally posted by Hornet89[/i]
[br]Seriously? Tracy,Todd,John.....who really cares? Childish arguing and rants. Grow up, you look like fools on here.


Yea, seriously H89. I believe in standing up for what I believe in and so do you. Or did you forget SB5 and your little tirade against anyone who didn't agree with you.

Please don't belittle the conversation with your inane comment. Your much smarter than that.
Hornet89 Posted - 04/21/2012 : 7:32:15 PM
Seriously? Tracy,Todd,John.....who really cares? Childish arguing and rants. Grow up, you look like fools on here.
zapp2525 Posted - 04/17/2012 : 08:53:56 AM
quote:
[i]Originally posted by JimmyG513[/i]
[br]
quote:
[i]Originally posted by buckeyenut[/i]
[br][quote][i]

I can only assume the four were reelected because what was left was the 25-50 manly, party-on guys who realize only a woman can truly balance a checkbook demographic. I think Pete or Tommy could have affected a change had they been better known in the community. I don't think there will be any doubt Todd will be reelected next year.




You complete discount the outcome of the election with your analysis. Incumbents were voted back in for a reason; most are happy with them. This rally against SunCoke isn't the town battle cry that some people want to make it out to be.




If only the town's people would know, how much was spent.....and what little has come of it they would care.

I bet most people have no idea that over a million was thrown away. And if they did we would have different people in those seats on the hill.
JimmyG513 Posted - 04/17/2012 : 08:46:03 AM
quote:
[i]Originally posted by John Beagle[/i]
[br]

My link was indeed removed because I allowed support of all points of view on the SunCoke lawsuit and not just the talking points the city wanted to control. Since then it has been a 'living hell' dealing with people who spin the truth so hard they start believing the lie they are telling.



You keep telling yourself this to try and make yourself some martyr but it doesn't make it anymore true.

The fact of the matter is the City is under NO OBLIGATION to promote your website for you. None. Especially when your business isn't located in Monroe and pays no taxes into Monroe.

You want to talk about spinning the truth? That is all you and your group of posting names/employees do. Spin YOUR version of the truth here and the most clear version you have of what the town thinks of you and that spin were the results your friend whose campaign you managed did in the election. he didn't do to well and your connection to him DID NOT HELP.

Be honest John, working for the city of Monroe is beneath you. Your words. Now hurry up and delete them so you can spin spin spin.
JimmyG513 Posted - 04/17/2012 : 08:42:11 AM
quote:
[i]Originally posted by buckeyenut[/i]
[br][quote][i]

I can only assume the four were reelected because what was left was the 25-50 manly, party-on guys who realize only a woman can truly balance a checkbook demographic. I think Pete or Tommy could have affected a change had they been better known in the community. I don't think there will be any doubt Todd will be reelected next year.




You complete discount the outcome of the election with your analysis. Incumbents were voted back in for a reason; most are happy with them. This rally against SunCoke isn't the town battle cry that some people want to make it out to be.
johnwells Posted - 04/16/2012 : 11:43:33 PM
This thread really sums up why I started going to the council meetings. I first watched a group accept that one of them didn't even live in the same county and then watched them file a lawsuit against a pretty good employer that would keep another pretty good employer in business.
buckeyenut Posted - 04/16/2012 : 5:24:46 PM
quote:
[i]Originally posted by Tracy[/i]
[br]If that was true why did they get reelected?

quote:
[i]Originally posted by buckeyenut[/i]
[br]While I completely understand that Council needs to stick together for the greater good of accomplishment (not to mention appearances - you don't want the press getting wind of members always in disagreement or the residents will begin to believe in the conspiracy of raised eyebrows), having just one member as the continual dissenting opinion will just cause everyone to say "whatever, it's just Todd being Todd again".

But the truth is, more people agree with him than not & that's where Council sometimes gets it wrong.





In my short time running for election, I asked residents who they liked on Council and why. The response were all over the map, from ain't it cool we have a rocker dude, to I like Bob because he's a man's man and knows the game to I'll always vote for the woman. Everyone liked Anna, Suzi commanded the most respect & the mayor was liked for his low key, never make waves attitude. Granted some folks just didn't care all that much who was elected but the majority wanted a more conservative approach and to get as far away from the Suncoke lawsuit as possible. That was shared mostly by the 50+ age group and they all preferred Todd. The under 25 group didn't feel voting would make much of a difference.

I can only assume the four were reelected because what was left was the 25-50 manly, party-on guys who realize only a woman can truly balance a checkbook demographic. I think Pete or Tommy could have affected a change had they been better known in the community. I don't think there will be any doubt Todd will be reelected next year.
Tracy Posted - 04/16/2012 : 3:56:11 PM
Originally posted by John Beagle[/i]
[br]It's not just about my link, its about ALL the business links that were removed to punish me.

Can you tell me how many business was hurt by the city removing the links from the web until a policy is created? Also if you are concerned about not having a policy for city web site why have you not ask the city manager to put your site back on? If you did what did he say? Have you offered to assist the city with the web site and ask the council to create a public committee on what the citizens of Monroe would like to have on the web site?

See John, you have many options but you choose to not do any thing. Why is that? You must not think the missing links are that important. Did you bring them up in the business luncheons? Did you send the council emails? Did you call the city Manager? We all know what you are tying to do with your link issue.


Punish everyone to get to me. And you wonder why things are the way they are.

options listed above, besides you are a business man How do you handle controversy at your business. Do you post on a web site or become pro- active and find a solution?

Perhaps trying something different will yield better results. Three years and still no linking policy. All council has approved for business is an additional income tax and an admission tax.

I can not speak to that anymore but I think over the past year they have had a lot on their plate and i am not sure web links were high on the list. Let someone know at the city you would like to help fix this issue but you have to let them know it is an issue.

Tell me again how you are pro business.
that was never a question on this post, Nice change of Topics.

John Beagle Posted - 04/16/2012 : 3:01:09 PM
It's not just about my link, its about ALL the business links that were removed to punish me.

Punish everyone to get to me. And you wonder why things are the way they are.

Perhaps trying something different will yield better results. Three years and still no linking policy. All council has approved for business is an additional income tax and an admission tax.

Tell me again how you are pro business.
Doc Posted - 04/16/2012 : 2:27:10 PM
Happy HarperValley Rez Posted - 04/16/2012 : 2:14:01 PM
At the risk of being personally attacked again...
I agree with you and your post.
As the economy continues to be questionable daily (or based on what info you read), the flex room Council has enjoyed for many years is dissipating. People are becoming more aware of local issues, taxes and levies. I predict changes will follow because people are stressed enough with their own life issues - stress and people spending our tax dollars wastefully - then want more money from the public .... will not get very far... this is JMO and thankfully,as a legal tax paying resident of Monroe, I am entitled to it...

quote:
[i]Originally posted by buckeyenut[/i]
[br]While I completely understand that Council needs to stick together for the greater good of accomplishment (not to mention appearances - you don't want the press getting wind of members always in disagreement or the residents will begin to believe in the conspiracy of raised eyebrows), having just one member as the continual dissenting opinion will just cause everyone to say "whatever, it's just Todd being Todd again".

But the truth is, more people agree with him than not & that's where Council sometimes gets it wrong.

John Beagle Posted - 04/16/2012 : 1:42:46 PM
"I requested to pull your link off the city web site. We did not have any policy on the content or links we would post. I had them pull all links at the time until we could get a policy in place." - Former Monroe Councilman Tracy Shell

1. Not a smart move to hurt all Monroe Businesses because of politics.
2. It's been 3 years, still no policy. Is it really that complicated?

This little link contradicts your statement that you requested council pull my link. And it wasn't pull all links, it was pull my link.

"...the recommendation is being made to remove your link from the City web site. Several of us are extremely offended by your actions." - Bob Kelley

Note "several of us." Who do you think he means by that? That threat was repeated more than once adding, several of us want to "talk" to you at the next council meeting.

Your meeting with the attorney was to answer the question, can we remove the MSM link from our website without any problems. The attorney advised we pull all the ads rather than just "John's link."

The link was pulled because I ran this ad.


I also ran this at at no charge:

The SaveBulter.org ad was supported by Gov Strickland, Representative John Boehner, Sheriff Jones, Mayor Mulligan, all Butler County Commissioners.

This despite the fact that I gave more than equal time to the opposing side and likely swayed opinion in favor of the lawsuit. A perfect example of this website support for all sides of the issue is these 4 videos, three in favor one against.

My link was indeed removed because I allowed support of all points of view on the SunCoke lawsuit and not just the talking points the city wanted to control. Since then it has been a 'living hell' dealing with people who spin the truth so hard they start believing the lie they are telling.
Tracy Posted - 04/16/2012 : 12:42:00 PM
If that was true why did they get reelected?

quote:
[i]Originally posted by buckeyenut[/i]
[br]While I completely understand that Council needs to stick together for the greater good of accomplishment (not to mention appearances - you don't want the press getting wind of members always in disagreement or the residents will begin to believe in the conspiracy of raised eyebrows), having just one member as the continual dissenting opinion will just cause everyone to say "whatever, it's just Todd being Todd again".

But the truth is, more people agree with him than not & that's where Council sometimes gets it wrong.

Tracy Posted - 04/16/2012 : 12:36:50 PM
Originally posted by John Beagle[/i]
[br]This sentence from Tracy is what gets me, "Your inability to work within the council to solve issues was very evident."

As a group the council will not have the same opinion on each issue. But as Community leaders, they have to work together for the good of the community you serve. The problem is when people believe their way is the only way to solve the issues. Todd almost never provides reasoning for his no votes, I remember a no vote from him simply because he did not want to be seen as one of the good old boys.

That statement is what is wrong with many local governments. Work within council is what got us in Fiscal Emergency in the early part of last decade. Working within the school board may have gotten the schools in trouble too.

John where were you when that was going on? You were living in monroe at the time. I know you were there as I bought your old house

Where is that person who questions things? I would vote for the person who shows some 'balls' and votes with his mind instead of his heart. Or worse, vote due to peer pressure, like you did Tracy.

John, we have you the watch dog of Monroe politics, To make sure things work as they should. Of course if i did not agree with your opinion then I did not have my own and was just following the herd. You only see what you want John. Run for council and then The citizen can vote for you and (your big Balls) when you hold the council accountable for all of their missteps.

Telling the city attorney you live in Monroe was a big lie.
Never lied to the city Attorney.

Pulling links off the city website because Hustler may want a link is another lie.
I requested to pull your link off the city web site. We did not have any policy on the content or links we would post. I had them pull all links at the time until we could get a policy in place. It was a smart move and our legal advice at the time was to pull them off. You wanted to think it was your little grade school spat with Bob but it was good business sense that removed your link from a middletown business on a Monroe city link. Talk to council and give them a reason to put your links back on the city... you will get better results there then whining about something that happened 3 years ago.

Council didn't have the desire to call you out on your residency because they knew they had you in the bag. It's bad enough you had one person on council who votes his mind, god forbid if another independent soul was appointed. Votes of 2 v 5 would just not be acceptable in our little Brigadoon.

The other council members were given the facts and the legal opinion from our attorney. Today all of that is not going to change a single thing in Monroe. The only reason to bring it up here is so you can try to shut me up or to discredit me. If you truly believed in free speech you would leave my posts up and answer my questions. Maybe you should run john. I would even come back to Monroe and pass your petitions around so you could run for office.
buckeyenut Posted - 04/16/2012 : 12:17:26 PM
While I completely understand that Council needs to stick together for the greater good of accomplishment (not to mention appearances - you don't want the press getting wind of members always in disagreement or the residents will begin to believe in the conspiracy of raised eyebrows), having just one member as the continual dissenting opinion will just cause everyone to say "whatever, it's just Todd being Todd again".

But the truth is, more people agree with him than not & that's where Council sometimes gets it wrong.
Todd Posted - 04/16/2012 : 12:01:32 PM
The minutes are published.

http://www.monroeohio.org/departments/mayor-council
John Beagle Posted - 04/16/2012 : 11:55:07 AM
So you are equating posting on here to Monroe legislation? Really?

Short term? How long has Tracy been gone?

Do you remember the war between Bob Kelley and Tom Birdwell on 100% Tax Abatement. What one said to the other had to be redacted is was so evil and hateful. Kinda made the Instigator seem mild and understanding.

Funny blueblood, other than your love of UK and one or two little Monroe issues, we agree on just about everything else.

Go Bucks!
Tracy Posted - 04/16/2012 : 11:50:58 AM
Sad how you want to dwell on issues that no longer have any relevance instead of working with other council members to solve issues.

So Why do you think each of the other council members do not see things the way you do? The council is made up of 7 members and to pass any thing you need to have at least 4 members to agree or willing to work together to get anything done. how do you see your vote of no doing anything.

The half truths and misdirection you use now is to not answer my question and try to deflect the topic onto me .. you will continue to misdirect your following comments instead of answering the questions.. why do you feel the need to fight the council at every turn? What do you get out of being on council if you alone vote no on almost every issue?


quote:
[i]Originally posted by Todd[/i]
[br]
quote:
[i]Originally posted by Tracy[/i]
[br]I was there for longer then 9 months, but bending facts and using half truths are key elements in true political form. Todd, I sat next you for many a council meeting and you voted NO on a lot more than those 3 issues. Your inability to work within the council to solve issues was very evident. I believe you wanted to make a name for yourself by fighting the council. I think you have archive that goal, I am just not sure what that name is. I believe you had an agenda even when you posted on here under another name to stir up issue and start your political career.

one more note, you have taken shots at me on a few occasions and I am not even there any more. Maybe you should spend a little of that time on the current issue at hand and learn to work for your constituents and within the context of council to solve issue instead of trying to become one.

quote:
[i]Originally posted by Todd[/i]
[br]I would like to add one more issue that I forgot about. That issue was a Councilman living in Montgomery County for 9 months while being on council. That issue has passed and the intent was not there.



How long did you live in Montgomery County while being on council? I did not know the exact date but I knew it was longer than 9 months. I was told almost a year. You still renting that place on Sands for a dollar? Bending facts and using half truths are key elements in true political form.




blueblood Posted - 04/16/2012 : 11:44:37 AM
quote:
[i]Originally posted by John Beagle[/i]
[br]This sentence from Tracy is what gets me, "Your inability to work within the council to solve issues was very evident."

That statement is what is wrong with many local governments. Work within council is what got us in Fiscal Emergency in the early part of last decade. Working within the school board may have gotten the schools in trouble too.

Where is that person who questions things? I would vote for the person who shows some 'balls' and votes with his mind instead of his heart. Or worse, vote due to peer pressure, like you did Tracy.

Telling the city attorney you live in Monroe was a big lie. Pulling links off the city website because Hustler may want a link is another lie.

Council didn't have the desire to call you out on your residency because they knew they had you in the bag. It's bad enough you had one person on council who votes his mind, god forbid if another independent soul was appointed. Votes of 2 v 5 would just not be acceptable in our little Brigadoon.





Really? Funny you didn't feel like that at all when you were banishing Instigator from this site for totally illogical and outlandish/obscene statements. I know exactly what Tracy is referring to. You seem to have short term memory issues.
John Beagle Posted - 04/16/2012 : 11:28:49 AM
This sentence from Tracy is what gets me, "Your inability to work within the council to solve issues was very evident."

That statement is what is wrong with many local governments. Work within council is what got us in Fiscal Emergency in the early part of last decade. Working within the school board may have gotten the schools in trouble too.

Where is that person who questions things? I would vote for the person who shows some 'balls' and votes with his mind instead of his heart. Or worse, vote due to peer pressure, like you did Tracy.

Telling the city attorney you live in Monroe was a big lie. Pulling links off the city website because Hustler may want a link is another lie.

Council didn't have the desire to call you out on your residency because they knew they had you in the bag. It's bad enough you had one person on council who votes his mind, god forbid if another independent soul was appointed. Votes of 2 v 5 would just not be acceptable in our little Brigadoon.

Todd Posted - 04/16/2012 : 11:09:18 AM
quote:
[i]Originally posted by Tracy[/i]
[br]I was there for longer then 9 months, but bending facts and using half truths are key elements in true political form. Todd, I sat next you for many a council meeting and you voted NO on a lot more than those 3 issues. Your inability to work within the council to solve issues was very evident. I believe you wanted to make a name for yourself by fighting the council. I think you have archive that goal, I am just not sure what that name is. I believe you had an agenda even when you posted on here under another name to stir up issue and start your political career.

one more note, you have taken shots at me on a few occasions and I am not even there any more. Maybe you should spend a little of that time on the current issue at hand and learn to work for your constituents and within the context of council to solve issue instead of trying to become one.

quote:
[i]Originally posted by Todd[/i]
[br]I would like to add one more issue that I forgot about. That issue was a Councilman living in Montgomery County for 9 months while being on council. That issue has passed and the intent was not there.



How long did you live in Montgomery County while being on council? I did not know the exact date but I knew it was longer than 9 months. I was told almost a year. You still renting that place on Sands for a dollar? Bending facts and using half truths are key elements in true political form.


John Beagle Posted - 04/16/2012 : 10:28:40 AM
quote:
[i]Originally posted by Bill[/i]
[br]I don't believe any Middletown councilmembers post anything (at least under their own name) and you certainly don't see it on cincinnati.com. Ms. Andrew is the exception not the rule. But, yes, I agree that constituents ought to hear more from their representatives via this format.



Wrong again. Are you not paying attention? Where do you get those facts?

We have mayors, council people, superintendents, school treasurers and school board members posting on The MiddletownUSA Forum and The Voice over the past decade plus.

I have been operating these websites since 1999. I have plenty of facts to support my statement. But I'm not going to waste my time on your false and misleading statement.

Why don't you use your real name in your profile? I'll tell you why, you know you are posting a lie. But in the name of love your neighbor and turning the other cheek, have at it. You are my neighbor, right?

Bill Posted - 04/16/2012 : 10:04:33 AM
I don't believe any Middletown councilmembers post anything (at least under their own name) and you certainly don't see it on cincinnati.com. Ms. Andrew is the exception not the rule. But, yes, I agree that constituents ought to hear more from their representatives via this format.
zapp2525 Posted - 04/16/2012 : 09:37:20 AM
No wonder nothing can get done, to busy acting like they are in grade school.
John Beagle Posted - 04/16/2012 : 09:31:42 AM
quote:
[i]Originally posted by Bill[/i]
[br]Politicians and councilmembers, past and present, posting sniping comments on a blog? You don't see this in bigger towns. Only in Monroe...



Hugely wrong.

for example on MiddletownUSA's forum we have Marcia Andrew as a regular poster. Here is a sample of one of her posts:

"I am at work right now and do not have time for a lengthy response. However, there are a lot of inaccurate statements being made about the salary list and admin employees. First, the Journal list is based on old data. For example, it lists Dennis Newell, the former high school principal (and it lists him as a teacher). Carmela Cotter has been the high school principal since last July. We hired a new Treasurer last August, whose salary is approximately $85,000. I don't know why the list does..."

When public officials allow false information to exist on a local public site, they owe it to their constituents to respond and set the record straight.
Bill Posted - 04/16/2012 : 09:15:26 AM
Politicians and councilmembers, past and present, posting sniping comments on a blog? You don't see this in bigger towns. Only in Monroe...
Tracy Posted - 04/16/2012 : 08:09:36 AM
I was there for longer then 9 months, but bending facts and using half truths are key elements in true political form. Todd, I sat next you for many a council meeting and you voted NO on a lot more than those 3 issues. Your inability to work within the council to solve issues was very evident. I believe you wanted to make a name for yourself by fighting the council. I think you have archive that goal, I am just not sure what that name is. I believe you had an agenda even when you posted on here under another name to stir up issue and start your political career.

one more note, you have taken shots at me on a few occasions and I am not even there any more. Maybe you should spend a little of that time on the current issue at hand and learn to work for your constituents and within the context of council to solve issue instead of trying to become one.

quote:
[i]Originally posted by Todd[/i]
[br]I would like to add one more issue that I forgot about. That issue was a Councilman living in Montgomery County for 9 months while being on council. That issue has passed and the intent was not there.

Bretland Posted - 04/15/2012 : 12:13:34 AM
John said I didn't have to ride in the back of the bus............:(
buck35 Posted - 04/13/2012 : 7:54:01 PM
Hey Todd those aren't my words watch John's video below!



When you ran for council you hit Mount Pleasant hard and played the SunCoke issue. There's no doubt in my mind that's what you did. Question will you come around the west side of Munroe if you run again.

Bob just keep throwing out those sound bites and maybe one day John will find a seat for you on the back of the bus with his gang.
Bretland Posted - 04/13/2012 : 4:55:26 PM
I can't see cutting on Mount Pleasant folks because they are loyal to Armco. Heaven forbid someone would see loyalty as a good trait. They're entitled to their opinion.
And they didn't put a gun to anyone's head to get the retirement they got.
Todd Posted - 04/13/2012 : 4:03:01 PM
quote:
[i]Originally posted by buck35[/i]
[br]
quote:
[i]Originally posted by Todd[/i]
[br]
quote:
[i]Originally posted by buck35[/i]
[br]As for the SunCoke issue I asked one question 2 years ago and it was answered.

Who did you ask? The folks that live next door to the plant, folks who live in Whispering Oaks?
Or was it the folks at Mount Pleasant? You know the ones with the AK Golden Egg retirement money!

Attorney Client Privilege



Odd you bring it up, but yet you invoke a attorney client privilege how convenient.

Why do you cut on residents who live in Mount Pleasant?

The person who answered my question was not a resident of Monroe.
Bretland Posted - 04/13/2012 : 2:19:21 PM
"I'm against a lot of things and when I feel strongly about being against it I show it."

me too...........:)
zapp2525 Posted - 04/13/2012 : 1:32:33 PM
Good for her, I wish I could say the same thing.
John Beagle Posted - 04/13/2012 : 1:30:45 PM
Just funnin ya Doc. You're really not a sock puppet. And I know for a fact that you work harder than Ann Romney. She's never worked a day in her life.

Doc Posted - 04/13/2012 : 1:17:27 PM
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[i]Originally posted by John Beagle[/i]
Nope, its got 2 issue, not one single issue.
So it's partially about Suncoke then?

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What about all those votes for Susan? How does that work in your little formula.
It doesn't. You fully backed and supported the 13.2% candidacy. That platform aligns directly with the >1/7th statement that you're speculating.

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I'm surprised you are calling me classless.
Saying that you have less class than I counted on does not equate "classless." You, sir, have reading comprehension issues.

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You sir are nothing but a human sock puppet.
Yeah. That's how you do it.

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How's that for a comeback. Classy enough fer ya?
About what I expected, honestly.
John Beagle Posted - 04/13/2012 : 1:09:59 PM
"That's not what the big, bold text in your original post says." - Doc
Nope, its got 2 issue, not one single issue.

"Well, given the voting results - the folks who agree with that political stance is right around 13.2%. 1/7th equals 14.2%. So...not only are there not a 'heck of a lot of people' who agree with you, there's less." - Doc

What about all those votes for Susan? How does that work in your little formula.

"...you had more class than to accuse City Council of wholesale corruption." -Doc
I'm surprised you are calling me classless. You sir are nothing but a human sock puppet.

How's that for a comeback. Classy enough fer ya?

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