Monday, September 20, 2010
Rumor has it that Beau may not even be living in Worcester County. He may be residing in the county in which he works. Although it is not a violation for him to live in another county (because his record of address is within Worcester), it's just odd, don't you think?
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 9/20/2010 05:00:00 PM
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 9/20/2010 03:00:00 PM
What needs to happen is Salisbury needs to be more business friendly and make people want to start a business here where more jobs would be available which would then help the economy. Salisbury is a very very poor City and the people that must live in these conditions of no jobs, no money, no place to live are sadly going to see crime as an easy answer to their problems. Recently Bryan Brushmiller who was considering building in the old Fire Station downtown ended up in Worcester County with his plans because they offered him a great deal on the land and incentives to come there instead of here. The restaurant in the old train station the impact fees were so incredible they moved on and passed on Salisbury. This is the real problem in the City and do you hear Jim offering any solution to that problem??no he is obsessed with rental units in the Camden Neighborhood.
If half the time and money wasted on this dumb legislative package that attacks renters was spent on figuring out ways to make the success of events like Third Friday last the City could see a turn around, sadly with a leader like Jim we can only look forward to voting him out so a real leader can do what really is needed in this City.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 9/20/2010 02:30:00 PM
I could not believe the little crappy attitude that Phoebus gave when answering the Daily Times regarding Charles Otto winning. "The citizens of Somerset and Wicomico counties expressed a clear preference to have a farmer represent them," And what is that supposed to mean John?? Try the citizens picked the right man for the job because that is a dig at his profession like it's beneath you. I mean you want to spend every chance you can calling Joe Albero with all the dirt you can provide on the people that were running against you, but want to make a comment regarding a "farmer".
John your political career is over before it began and thank goodness the people in Somerset showed you how much they care about you or the amount of money you spent ,and sent a clear message on the company you keep. Give you some advise John just quit speaking now and you can stop embarrassing yourself
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 9/20/2010 01:30:00 PM
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 9/20/2010 12:30:00 PM
Mills Announces Next Fundraiser
Dustin Mills, candidate for House of Delegates, has announced his next fundraiser to be held October 4, 2010, at Market Street Inn, from 5:30-7:30. Tickets can be purchased at $30 per person or $50 per couple. Dustin will be speaking about small business and its increasingly adversarial relationship with state government. Dustin will present his views of how legislators in Annapolis can help small business. “I am pleased to be having my next event at a vibrant local business. Market Street Inn has been successful for several years, even during the current economic situation. I am humbled that they would be willing to host my event.”
Mills knows small businesses are very important to Maryland and critical to its economic rebound. “Small businesses are the lifeblood of Maryland, especially on the Eastern Shore. Legislators must do everything in their power to allow these businesses to flourish. We must stop creating new taxes and fees. We need to stop increasing and cut those taxes and fees that already exist. Entrepreneurs have a strong history of success on Delmarva and we must make sure that tradition continues and individuals are given the tools they need for success.” Mills believes that the tax burden on small business is too high and that a reduction is needed, such as cutting the sales tax increase, reforming the unemployment tax and reducing the corporate income tax, all of which are critical for returning Maryland to prosperity. For more information or to set-up an interview, please contact us at www.electdustinmills.com or e-mail: email@example.com.
Marylanders for Dustin Mills
Small Business Fundraiser
October 4, 2010
Market Street Inn
$30 per Person, $50 per Couple
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 9/20/2010 12:14:00 PM
Ed Wise and Susan Wood both City Employees, are facing some very serious criminal charges and we must look at the problem. City employees are supposed to be held to a higher standard and the problem is that Jim is appointing these people out of friendships and not qualifications. We have murders already and now it seems once a month we have a City Employee being charged with serious Criminal charges. Jim needs to stop hiring people out of loyalty and hire honest hard working people in these jobs.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 9/20/2010 11:00:00 AM
Why do you ask? O it's very simple because politics are more important than helping the Citizens of Salisbury. Jim Ireton is so obsessed with his dumb Rental Legislation crap he is letting people be slaughtered on the streets as he takes his time capsule back to 1936 to look for non conforming properties. Debbie Campbell along with Terry Cohen and Mark McIver they aren't going to say a word because they ultimately got what they wanted. How can they say anything now with Allan Webster gone because it would make them look like fools.
Mike Lewis sadly ran unopposed and is out teaching so often he has no clue what is going on or what to do about it. Mike Lewis as he likes to prefer to talk about himself in the third person is only good at talking points and speaking to cameras. This is clearly showing the inadequacies of Mike Lewis as he was a one trick pony in MSP anyway. Drug Interdiction was the only thing he was even good at but that can only go so far. The real problems in Wicomico County he has zero clue how to deal with.
I hate the fact that I have to talk badly about the City I love which may turn people away from wanting to live here, but we cannot keep sticking our heads in the sand. Politics need to be put aside and worry about the people that live in the City not what party or political group they support. We need help, we need a leader and we simply don't have one.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 9/20/2010 10:00:00 AM