Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Greece Schools: Dirty Politics Still At Work

Anonymous Anonymous said...
You may need a new thread for this one. About 20 minutes ago i was at a traffic light on Black Walnut & Maiden Lane. In front of me was a Greece School District white work van. On the back the van there was a sticker stating "Vote NO" on the Constitutional Convention. I don't care what a person's position is on this but using taxpayer funded property to promoted one position over another is against the law. I will have to go out to check to see what other taxpayer owned property has these stickers on them.
10/11/2017 12:03 PM

Saturday, September 02, 2017

Greece's New Impound Lot Disappears!

Anonymous Greece Highway Union said...

Where did the Auto Pound go?

KimJungBill spent a ton of taxpayer dollars building it over behind the Library, right there on Town Hall Castle grounds.
He even went the extra mile and installed privacy slats so his friend's cars wouldn't be exposed to public ridicule for being in the Pound.

Last weekend, some men in green trucks slipped in and took the fence down. A Red Town truck caught them in the act, along with another camera not controlled by KimJungBill.

Where did the fence go?
Is it now at 299 Swamp Rd protecting all of the County's surplus asphalt millings hauled there by R&W after the Town loaded them?

Were any cars ever held in the Pound?
Was there a payoff to go back to private towing contractors impounding cats?


Is the Dem candidate for Supervisor looking into this?
He was a Detective for years, surely he can find the answers.

He really needs to expose this disappearing act.   9/01/2017 4:20 PM

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Arcadia MS: Construction Problems "Discovered"

WHY did it take from the early March windstorm until the end of August to "discover" this problem?

Was this another construction "error" on the part of those same companies that FAILED to provide safe buildings during repairs/construction in the 1990's?

How much will the "fix" cost taxpayers this time?

How will we know there are no more "hidden" issues with our school buildings??

From GCSD: As you may be aware, Arcadia Middle School’s roof was damaged during the March windstorm, and it is currently being replaced. Employees at the school recently discovered an issue with the fireproofing material installed on the underside of the roof deck above the second floor interior suspended ceiling. In some areas, sections of the fireproofing material have become dislodged. To ensure the safety of our students and staff, an outside engineering firm was hired to determine how widespread the issue is. Their preliminary findings, shared with the district on August 22, showed several areas of significant damage, as well as other areas of concern.
The fireproofing material in question was installed at the time the school was built (1993), and we are investigating the cause of the current issue. Based on the information we have, it is possible that all of this material might need to be removed from the second floor ceiling. We have not yet determined the extent of the problem, but in the interest of safety, we cannot use the second floor at this time.
With the start of school less than two weeks away, we are working to find solutions that keep all students and staff together on the Arcadia campus. There is still work to be done and questions to be answered. We will share our plan with sixth grade families during sixth grade orientation at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 30, in the Arcadia High School Auditorium. There will be two additional information sessions for parents of seventh- and eighth-graders on Thursday, August 31 – one at 9 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
We are committed to opening school on September 6 as scheduled and will share more details as they become available.

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Reilich Faces Ethics Complaint By Leary

Nitti's Lawsuit Ties Into Leary's Case Concerning Political Meetings Held At Greece Town Hall

In his ethics committee letter, Leary also noted that several members of Greece town staff hold additional political positions, "the intermingling of which may have led to this abuse of government property."
Of note, he said, Reilich is not only Monroe County Republican Party Chair, but also vice chair of the state Republican Committee; Commissioner of Public Works Kirk Morris is also the town's GOP leader; town attorney Brian Marianetti is majority leader of the Monroe County Legislature and Chairman of the Greece Republican Committee; and Greece Deputy Supervisor Michelle Marini is also a committee member with the state Republican Committee as well as treasurer of the Greece Republican Committee.
(Source: D&C )

SCATS ~~ No wonder AARP & the Greece Historical Society Got Booted From Town Hall!

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Election Scandal Revealed

GOP Party Boss Reilich & Greece Leaders Sued By Judge Nitti

Local GOP Party Tactics Likened "to those of notoriously corrupt historical figures."

SCATS ~~ Maybe this is why the words "crime boss" pops into my mind when Reilich's name comes up.