Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Hee-Haw!! Nepotism With A Side Of Pennsyltucky?


Anonymous said...

These jokers (Greece politicians*) are more inbred than a bunch of hillbillys!

Diana Christodaro is the Asst. Dept. Co. Clerk of Monroe Co. and worked under former Dept. Co. Clerk Kirk Morris (former Robach Chief of Staff), who was appointed Greece DPW Commissioner, which was a position once held by Ed Marrianetti, whose son, Monroe Co. Law Dept. employee Brian Marianetti, was appointed to fill the vacant Monroe Co. legislature seat of Rick Antelli, who lives on Talnuck Drive along with Diana Christodaro.

All appointments, of course, are decreed by Town Supervisor and Monroe Co. GOP Chairman, Bill “Uncle Jed” Reilich, who recently appointed Little Ricky Antelli, Jr. to the Town ZBA. Sounds like little Ricky has the perfect career path lined up!

I’m my own Grand-paw!!!!  2/25/2014 8:31 PM


* Added by SCATS to provide clarity.
  

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

The difference in Greece is that "Clampett" doesn't end with a vowel.

SCATS said...

To 11:15PM ~~ I'm not quite sure what you are suggesting ... is this a reference to certain ethnicities?

Anonymous said...

IGET IT, Uncle Jeb referrs to actor Buddy Ebsun who played Jeb Clampett the Hillbillies TV show. and yes
11:15 comment was ethnicity laced.What a ZERO!

SCATS said...

To 7:01AM ~~ Oh, I "got" who was meant by "Clampett". Thanks for stopping by, Daisy Mae ;) lol

PS ~~ Actually, 11:15's point seems reality-based, sadly.

Anonymous said...

So pussy, if in fact you already knew the ethnic implications of 11:15 post, then why did you ask for clarification.??

Anonymous said...

11:15PM Are you complaining about Italians?

SCATS said...

To 12:58PM ~~ Not exactly. I knew about the reference to Clampett, wasn't certain about the rest.

To 2:46PM ~~ They are everywhere! Some of my best friends are Italians :)

Anonymous said...

Would you believe that 10 years ago, I conducted a personal survey of the town tax rolls and discovered an amazing fact
At that time, 32.3% of the population of Greece was of Italian decent or are married to a person of that ethnic group. Given the increase in town population over that time, I doubt those figures have changed much.
You are right Scats, they are every where.

SCATS said...

To 7:19PM ~~ Some 20+ years ago, I recall a TV news item saying that in Monroe County, the largest ethnic group was of English descent. Italian was # two ... I wonder how/if those stats have changed.

Anonymous said...

Scats, I am not aware of the news item you refer to or the study they quoted. However, that study at the time would be somewhat flawed as was mine if our references were identical.

I was told by those who do these surveys professionally, that my source , tax rolls, would be inaccurate. In the case of those of Italian extraction, a margin factor of plus 5% was necessary to come near the actual numbers??The reason given was the fact that back in the late 40's and 50's, many first generation Italian men ,because if the discriminate climate that existed, found in necessary to "Americanize" their last names to find employment or start a business this area. This was done in some situations as simply dropping the vowel at the end. In some cases, changing the name completely or adopting a part of their last name. For instance, a. friend of mine named Barry, told me his father changed the family name Barbario, to Barry.
Unfortunately this was necessary at the time to survive. It was sad but true.
My point of course is, the spelling of a name on a tax roll does not always reflect the ethnic heritage of that person or family.

SCATS said...

To 7:17AM ~~ Tax rolls would be COMPLETELY flawed, if for no other reason than the fact that women who change their name upon marrying would be wrongly counted much of the time! My reference was related to something I heard on the news. I have no idea how they arrived at their conclusions, since it's years after the fact. I can tell you, my neighbors are and have been predominately Italian, regardless their name.