Adonizio lands another poltical job
You have got to love Pittston Area Board politics…
Just days after John Adonizio wins a seat on the Pittston Area School Board, he lands a job down at…wait for it, wait for it, wait for it…the Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority (WVSA).
Now, who is Pittston City’s Representative to WVSA? Wait for it, wait for it….Joe Oprendick.
Now, who is Joe Oprendick’s step son? Wait for it, wait for it….Kevin Booth who just happened to get a nice promotion and raise at Pittston Area. Read More ...
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|Musto just might be crazy like a fox |
When I read the transcript of the FBI wiretapping Ray Musto and Lew Sebia I said to myself “Ray Musto is not guilty or was the smartest guy in the room.”
Now, after reading the article and viewing the actual interview Ray Musto had with the Citizens Voice the day of Musto's arraignment, I said to myself “Ray Musto is crazy or he so smart, he’s pretending he’s crazy.” Read More ...
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Goldsworthy another possible contenter in the 120th
As we reported, it looks like my contact in Harrisburg was right on mark with State Representative Phyllis Mundy’s retirement.
We wrote last week that West Pittston resident Laura Dennis might just be in the mix. And, a few months back we speculated West Wyoming Council President Eileen Cipriani would be in the mix. This actually made it to PoliticsPA.com (click here to view)
Another possible West Side contender would be former West Pittston Mayor Bill Goldsworhty. He ran four years ago but as you know, Phyllis was tough to beat. Read More ...
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Disappointed in Republican Gov's tax increase
How’s that property tax relief going?
Former Governor Ed Rendell promised serious property tax relief as a result from gambling revenues.
What did we get? Stugots!
Oh, I’m sorry, about forty bucks a year.
Now, Republican Governor Tom Corbett will be raising taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel.
Gasoline will be raised approximately 30 cents while diesel fuel will be raised by 40 cents. There will be additional increases in things like fines and licenses. Read More ...
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