If a legal dispute has no Internet footprint, is it still relevant? Scranton City Council meeting, April 16, 2015 Scranton Ordinance: “Quality Of Life” restore-r, or New Revenue Gatherer All aid to Israel is illegal 9/11 Evidence comes to Scranton

If a legal dispute has no Internet footprint, is it still relevant?

What if it involved the wife of the sitting Wilkes-Barre City Council vice chairperson?

Scranton City Council meeting, April 16, 2015

Infrastructure issues raised, audits contracts approved, among other matters

All aid to Israel is illegal

And has been for some three decades contends Gazette writer Jason Scheurer

9/11 Evidence comes to Scranton

2,300 Architects & Engineers Reveal Explosive Evidence at the 3 World Trade Center Towers on 9/11

Events

Tom Wolf “Job Approval Poll” Report Misleading?

Governor Tom Wolf, the newly elected champion of the Left, has essentially been hailed as a return to the good ol’ days kind of liberal Democrat. He preached taxes . . . taxes on natural gas, the re-bloating of school budgets, spending, not being Tom Corbett, and doing mostly anything the opposite of Tom Corbett. This writer dubbed him “Tom Wolf-In-Sheep’s clothing” for The Inquisitr, as he generally spoke in vague platitudes. Like most things in life, you just had to read between the lines to find the truth.

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If a legal dispute has no Internet footprint, is it still relevant?

A few months ago we were notified about a complaint filed in the Luzerne County Court of Common Pleas in December 2006 by Little Flower Manor nursing home (located in Wilkes-Barre’s Heights section) against one Betty Jane Barrett and her sister, Suzanne MacNeely. Betty Jane was at the time, and remains to this day, the wife of Wilkes-Barre City councilman Bill Barrett.

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Scranton Ordinance: “Quality Of Life” restore-r, or New Revenue Gatherer

Scranton City Council passed an ordinance that they claim is meant to combat blight in Scranton. Problems arise once you extend the list of offenses beyond the violations that have been reported thus far. We are correctly told that penalties range from $50 to $1,000. Obviously, that does not sound like a small chunk of change. So, what is covered under this “quality of life” ordinance and inevitable ticketing?

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Scranton City Council meeting, April 9, 2015

Scranton City Council heard several opinions regarding the city’s interest in forming a “Land bank” to deal with blight, overall economic climate, city financial consultant Henry Amoroso, non-profits, and taxes. Citizens Lee Morgan, Ozzie Quinn (president of Hill Neighborhood Association), Ron Helm, Joan Hodowanitz, and Marie Schumacher expressed their views to council.

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Wilkes-Barre mayoral candidate Kelly says we must outsmart the bad guys

We are clearly encountering major gang violence and so instead of saying we do not know what the problem is or whether it was drug related, we need to identify the problem post haste. Only with a quick ID can we can crush it before it crushes us. We have to see it that way, and we have to call it that way or none of our efforts to fight it can be successful. No unidentified problem has ever been solved.

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The Inventors Guild of the Poconos welcomes the public to April 11 event

Andy Hrehorovich, co-founder of the Inventors Guild of the Poconos says, “If you have a great idea, don’t lose that ‘aha’ moment!” The Guild will meet on Saturday, April 11, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the East Stroudsburg University (ESU) Innovation Center. “We want to provide a platform for inventors and entrepreneurs to take their concepts to the next level.” The general public is encouraged to attend this free event.

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