Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Well it seems in the plan to continue to get what they want, the Camdenites have decided there will be no supporting Jim for re-election and they will be running a candidate against him who will be more in line with the desires they have for the future of Salisbury. Names already being circulated are the queen of Camden herself DC and John or Carolyn Hall
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 4/13/2011 03:44:00 PM
In a move that has people baffled Norm Conway found a way to railroad the process of an elected School board. I found very few people who were not supportive of this move but Norm decided we should have a hybrid group of appointed and elected which to me defeats the purpose. I think it comes down to trust, I understand the concern that the people elected could be linked to special interest groups but I also give more credit to the voters of Wicomico County to do what is right for their Children.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 4/13/2011 01:30:00 PM
When Maryland passed in state tuition for illegal aliens, our politicians legitimized criminal activity. I guess MD politicians believe it is ok for these criminals to commit identity theft to obtain social security numbers. Welcome to the People's Republic of Maryland.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 4/13/2011 12:53:00 PM
I had forgot to mention this little goody from Monday night and that is this building will finally be demolished to help that neighborhood begin to renew itself. I am also hearing that Debbie Campbell and Terry Cohen will be on hand during the demolition because they have concerns over Dragon eggs being hidden on the property and they want to document them for their book on mythological creatures and Salisbury.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 4/13/2011 11:30:00 AM
DELMAR — Whitney Lynn Bennett, 23, of Delmar died in December 2010. Born in Seaford, she was a daughter of Franklin and Robin Bennett. She was a homemaker, attended Delmar High School, and was a mother of three.
In addition to her parents, Whitney was survived by her children, Brian and Aaliyah Tanner of Laurel and Jayla Koole of Preston, Md.; three sisters, Christina Bounds of Salisbury, Michelle Fothergill of Delmar and Jamie Bennett of Delmar; a grandmother, Shirley James of Hebron; a grandfather, Kenneth Bennett Sr. of Delmar; and several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her grandfather, William Bounds; her stepgrandfather, Cody James; and her grandmother, Margaret Bennett.
A memorial service will be held Saturday at 4 p.m. in Nelson Methodist Church in Hebron. Pastor Jim Riley will officiate. Donations in Whitney's memory can be sent to the education fund for her three children, c/o Michelle Bramble, Hebron Savings Bank, 415 E. Carroll St., Salisbury, Md. 21804.
Arrangements are being handled by Hinman Funeral Home in Princess Anne. To leave condolences, please visit www.hinmanfuneralhome.com.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 4/13/2011 10:41:00 AM
It seems my personal favorite legislator silver tongue Mike McDermott has been only patrolling very rarely and yet continues to get paid big bucks for his "protection" of the citizens of Pocomoke. Mike must have built up some incredible comp time to be able to not worry about meeting the requirements of his job at the Pocomoke PD.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 4/13/2011 10:30:00 AM
Desperate times call for desperate measures? I understand the reasoning of trying to even out the loss of money because of the tanking housing market and values, but wow the word tax right now is like a swastika to people and I don't think it's going to go over very well. I do appreciate Rick Pollitt working better with the Council this time regarding the budget and I'm sure with the Conservative majority he will get an earful on this idea.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 4/13/2011 08:53:00 AM