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IS IT TRUE: November 9, 2010

IS IT TRUE: November 9, 2010

IS IT TRUE that recently defeated Vanderburgh County Assessor Jonathan Weaver allegedly fired two employees today? ….that our informants tell us that there are possibly three more employees of the Vanderburgh County Assessor’s office that may be fired shortly? …that these firings appear to be post-election political retribution? …..that the taxpayers of Vanderburgh County may be exposed to some legal liability that may be associated with these curiously timed terminations?

IS IT TRUE that tonight’s Evansville City Council meeting produced lots of drama?….that the agenda of the City Council meeting was altered in a way that would lead one to believe that the City County Observer’s IS IT TRUE of November 8, 2010 caused the alteration?…that Mr. Arena, John Kish provided Councilman Dan McGinn with a true itemization of the $88 Million of expenditures and/or committed for the Arena prior to the City Council meeting?…that the City County Observer pointed out the fact that no financial progress reports regarding the Arena spending had been made to the Evansville City Council for 14 months into the Arena project?….that two City Council members (Connie Robinson and Dr. Dan Adams) expressed a desire to table the $18 Million ball fields proposal until next year?

IS IT TRUE that a resident of the Historic District testified before the Evansville City Council that his daughter stepped on and was pierced by a hypodermic needle in the sand play pit at Sunset Park?…that this gentleman came to the City Council with that problem because he did not know where to go to seek a solution?….that the Park Rangers were all laid off by the Weinzapfel Administration?…that the Evansville Police Department was given the responsibility for the parks?….that this man’s testimony evoked audible gasps from both the attendees and the City Council members?….that this man is of the opinion that he needs to rake the sand to use the play pits in the Evansville City Parks?….that safe public parks are one of the basic foundations that are necessary for the City of Evansville or any other city to be considered a “good place to raise kids”?

6 Responses to IS IT TRUE: November 9, 2010

  1. Hypodermic needle in your sandbox capital of America Reply

    November 8, 2010 at 11:05 pm

    Not to make light of it, but was the mayor present?

    This man’s next option is to go to Samantha Bee and Jon Stewart.

    (http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/mon-november-17-2003/if-these-shoes-could-talk)

    • editor Reply

      November 9, 2010 at 7:38 am

      No, the Mayor was not in attendance.

  2. crash larue Reply

    November 9, 2010 at 5:18 am

    CCO go take a look at Lorraine Pool, closed all this year, and a complete screw-up. Will it survive the Weinzapfel Administration?

    • vvc1 Reply

      November 9, 2010 at 5:41 pm

      probably not, they don’t seem to be in any hurry to get it fixed,

  3. mfcdkw Reply

    November 9, 2010 at 3:49 pm

    Is it true one the people fired was recently fired from city inspectors office.

  4. Eville Taxpayer Reply

    November 9, 2010 at 4:59 pm

    How about taking a look at the insane coddling of our population?

    “Council member, Wendy Bredhold, expressed concern because of veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

    ‘There’s a lot of information out there about veterans having difficulties with fireworks,’ said Bredhold.” (http://tristatehomepage.com/fulltext/?nxd_id=215696)

    If a firework display one night of the year could effect sufferers of PTSD so badly to need this ordinance. They ought to consider removing our car horns and radios as well as significant muffler enforcement, too.

    Any ordinance that can so quickly be changed at the whim of an individuals request, probably has absolutely no business being left in place!

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