Saturday, June 10, 2017

Congrats To WHEC-TV News

You just earned the SCATS "Fake News" Award of the Week* for your story that aired at 11PM tonight regarding the "PNEUMONIA SPILL"  in Phelps!

Of course it was an AMMONIA SPILL, because the literate among us know that you can't "spill" an oft times communicable lung infection!

* There's so much fake news ... and downright stupid reporting by the nearly illiterate ... we feel the need to correct the record in an attempt to educate!

Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Leary Switches Party To Challenge Reilich


Anonymous said...

Democrats draft retired cop, and enrolled Republican, to challenge Reilich

When retired Greece police officer Jim Leary announced Monday that he would run for town supervisor as a Democrat, he became the second enrolled Republican to switch parties in the hopes of upending a GOP incumbent. 

Leary will challenge Supervisor Bill Reilich's bid for a second term. While his former chief, Todd Baxter, previously announced a run against Sheriff Patrick O'Flynn.
"You can sit on the sidelines and be a complainer," Leary said. "But if you want to change things, you have to get in the game."

The 61-year-old said he had been a Republican all his life but became dissatisfied with the local party, which controls all elected offices in town. He did not talk to Baxter before deciding to jump into politics, he said, but took encouragement from his decision to change parties.

Democrats hope to field a full slate of candidates for Greece town offices this fall, he said. Republicans hold a slight enrollment advantage, Board of Elections records show.
Leary is born and raised in Greece, where he lives with his two daughters. He lost his wife to cancer several years ago. He has been a volunteer firefighter and ambulance member and worked in other capacities, including sports leagues and local boards.

If elected, he said, he would "bring a culture in which I will have both an open door, and an open mind." Added Jamie Romeo, chairwoman of the Monroe County Democratic Party: "For too long, Greece Town Hall has operated as a surrogate office for the Monroe County Republican Party, rather than a resource for the residents in town."

Reilich, 60, countered by listing off various projects, from recreation to a new police station, a town Fourth of July celebration at no expense to taxpayers, and that he had not raised the tax rate while in office, adding: "I don't hear anybody really complaining."

"We're taking care of residents' needs," Reilich said. "Just ask anybody that lives on the lakefront."
6/05/2017 7:28 PM


Monday, May 29, 2017

Petition Seeks Overturn of Plan 2014

Anonymous Anonymous said...
To Stats: Maybe this could be a new heading?

Town of Greece creates White House petition to overturn Plan 2014

Supervisor Reilich took office January 1, 2004. His quote on "Today (1/1/14) is the day my team and I commit to serving the Town of Greece. I want to take a good town and make it great once again."
He knew of the waterfront policy of 2014, which is devastating to the Residence of the Town of Greece along Lake Ontario.
At that time he needed to start a petition drive. He needed to prepare a memorizing resolution opposing the plan, similar to what Maggie Brooks, her administration, the Town Board and Councilman Antelli did to oppose the wind turbine. They were not installed along the lake front.

Supervisor Reilich is closing the barn door after the horse got out…perhaps if he would pay more attention to the Town of Greece and their needs, instead of spending his time politicking as Chairman of the Republican Party, this could all have been avoided!
He is trying to promote too much too LATE. 
5/28/2017 8:56 PM

Thursday, May 25, 2017

We Told You FIRST!!

WHEC-TV Report Exposes Gulen School Connection To Rochester Academy Charter School

SCATS BLOG Covered This Story Over One Year Ago

Who's Operating The Charter School In YOUR Backyard??

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

The Sheeple of Greece Should Be Ashamed!

As we predicted BEFORE the BOE changed the voting locations, Greece's taxpayers stayed home by the thousands! Only 2539 showed up at the polls! Could this be a new record setting LOW TURNOUT?? Largely, today's voters were likely the in-school vote ...  district employees, PTA promoters & sports booster types.

Here's the results of the vote:

Budget – passes, 1,740-799
Proposition 1: Bus proposition – 1,653-868
Proposition 2: Bus purchase capital reserve – passes, 1,678-861
Proposition 3: District clerk proposition – passes, 1,836-658

Sunday, May 14, 2017

It's "THAT" Time Of Year Again ...

On Tuesday May 14th ... 

JUST VOTE "NO" on The Budget AND Propositions 1 & 2 *

We suggest a "YES" Vote on Prop 3 regarding Voter Registrations **

* As usual, they seek a bigger budget & more buses for FEWER STUDENTS (enrollment forecast to fall again) and no performance related standards.

** When/why did they STOP doing what Proposition 3 supports? ?

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Meet The Latest, Local Party Flipper

He wants to be sheriff.

"I pledge allegiance to be a Democrat ... 
so I won't have to primary O'Flynn ... "
SCATS ~~ As we've said for many years, party affiliation means NOTHING in local elections, but the sheeple of Greece still refuse to vote for a non-Republican.