Monday, July 11, 2016

Broken Promises ...


Where, Oh Where, Did 
'Slide The City' Go?

Deemed Unsafe Still?


11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Where oh where did the coffee shop go? And how about skating rink?

Anonymous said...

Must be a slow news day for you. Sometimes things take time or they don't go as planned. I'm sure that NEVER happens to you.

SCATS said...

To 5:53PM ~~ First off, others have asked the question on this BLOG in recent weeks.

Secondly, this event was something Reilich seemed hellbent on bringing to Greece last year. All we expect is a statement about the change in plans. Is that TOO MUCH TO ASK FROM A GUY WHO SPENDS SO MUCH TIME MEDDLING IN I-SQUARE'S BUSINESS? It should NOT be!

Slyde City said...

Slide City will not come to Greece this year. The schedule is already full, and the only place in NY Slide City will operate is Nassau County where evil politicians don't want their DEEP pockets lined as full as King William Demanded. The king of slippery gave Slide City a shafting last year and didn't even use lube.

King William is planning to have a Town Water slide using pool liners picked up off the side of roads by DPW trucks and duct tape. He may also use the liner from the slush skating pond. He knows how to manipulate taxpayers. His plan is to charge people 20 bucks to slide from the top of the salt dome down to the back yard of the Library. Slide City only charges 30 bucks per person for all the slides you can make in 3 hours.

Support Slide City

SCATS said...

To 1:32AM ~~ Ya know, I can actually visualize that! LMAO

Anonymous said...

Of course you can you wrote it Lol

SCATS said...

To 10:10AM ~~ I said I can visualize what 1:32AM wrote. I don't stay up all night writing into this BLOG. God knows it takes enough time as it is.

Anonymous said...

HOW MUCH DID ALL THESE IMPROVEMENTS AT TOWN HALL COST ?


Recreation and Park Society honors Reilich
D&C 7-30-16
Greece Town Supervisor Bill Reilich has been named Elected Person of the Year for 2016 by the state Recreation and Park Society. The group promotes recreation and park opportunities through education, training, technical assistance and other support to local, county, state and federal recreation and park providers and is made up of professionals in the parks, recreation and conservation industries.
The award recognizes elected officials who contribute to the advancement, support and advocacy of parks.
In a written statement, Reilich said providing high-quality parks and recreation opportunities for Greece residents will remain one of his top priorities.
His administration has invested heavily in town recreation and park programs. Improvements include a splash pad, walking trail, entertainment pavilion and new pickleball courts on the Town Hall campus. Additionally, the town has revised and approved its Parks and Recreation Master Plan. “The town will continue to seek new opportunities and innovative ways to greater enhance resident experiences within our parks and recreation programs,” Reilich said in a press release.

SCATS said...

To 12:46PM ~~ Interesting that you asked that now. A few days ago, I saw an article (D&C, I think) that showed various pork barrel funding awards/ projects by town. The pavilion cost $200,000. There were at least two other monetary awards each at, or exceeding, $100,000. I suspect it is safe to assume the spray park & pickleball courts were funded by that.

It's the old "if we don't take/use the money, someone else will. It's an ADDICTION by NY politicians.

Anonymous said...

Did slick Willy secure the $100,000 for a town pavilion (which he was going to build) while he was still in the State Leg so he could use it once he became stupidvisor ?

SCATS said...

To 9:40PM ~~ As I stated earlier, the pavilion cost us around $200,000, funded by pork barrel funds. Yee-haw!