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Cheers and jeers

February 2, 2013

JEERS — To no answers. We echo Gloversville City Attorney Anthony Casale’s comment, “I respectfully disagree with the court’s decisio....

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Feb-05-13 9:18 AM

ataxpayer, this is a business that they are talking about. Was a Chevy dealership years ago then a local family who lives around the corner moved their repair shop in there and left the "mess".

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Feb-05-13 7:52 AM

TOT...speaking of reading, go read the article again, or have a democrat read it for you

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Feb-03-13 1:57 PM

I would so like to see the next Leader Hearld poll to be if New Yorkers would favor a "Snowbird" tax. We could use the funds to offset heating oil cost in New York. OK, so it will end up in a government slush fund; still.

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Feb-03-13 11:35 AM

Wow if democrats could read I bet there wouldn't have been 10 disagrees... Pelosi effect???

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Feb-02-13 8:37 PM

It's a shame that the homeowners left the property in such poor conditions. Sad, but true, the way things are going I believe we will be seeing more and more property owners abandoning their properties.

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Feb-02-13 4:32 PM

Doesn't the city understand, there is no money left after Bray and Sciocchetti took their money.

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Feb-02-13 10:24 AM

Maybe the City Attorney should take a course in legal procedures! What he is being paid in excess of $60K, he should know the rues of law! I concur with Adirondackal as the Mayor instead of understanding what his loan pool is all about always listens to his high paid city attorney, who continues to give him bad advice. Continue to spend taxpayer dollars as they don't know how to bargain in good faith.

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Feb-02-13 8:16 AM

Yes Cheers to our county standing up for our second amendment rights. These laws should never have been passed and should be rescinded as they do severely overstep the bounds that our government can go. Also Jeers to no snack (junk) food in schools, will this communistic tendency ever subside? What motivates the current mood towards restricting our freedoms further and further? These representatives should have our rights and freedom in mind when they pass these insane personal restrictive laws. What I eat drink and otherwise legally do to my self should be MY and my families choice. If you want to teach me why I should take care of myself OK but to force me again to conform is not the AMERICAN way! And finally Jeers to not for profit groups not allowing taxpayers to see where their money goes. Maybe if we could find a representative with a backbone they would cut the funding until we got the answers that we need to recoup what is ours to begin with! Freedom of information please!

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Feb-02-13 8:16 AM

Regarding the recent Court decision: Judge Aulisi did not say that the city wasn't entitled to the information. He stated that the Courts have rules and that the case has to be filed before discovery is allowed. Mayor King as we all know doesn't like to follow rules making this another waste of the city taxpayer's money.

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