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“To oppose corruption in government is the highest obligation of patriotism.”




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The clerks race. It's most important to reelect the incumbent. Elect the Democrat and I"m not so sure things will be on the up and up.
Elect the Democrat and Barb McKinney will be his puppet master.


Added: October 22, 2014
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In the know..... What old tricks are you referring to? I don't take the local rag so I'm depending on this site for info. Can you please explain?

Added: October 22, 2014
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This upcoming local election is too important to sit out.

We have an insane school board that needs to go.

A county commissioner that desperately needs replacing.

County attorney needs to go.. Only goes away if commissioner replaced.

New county council needs to be seated to protect us from MIDCOR, and Mayor Welch.

Looks like Wallace, Mike Hensley and Eblen are going to be shoe-in. Others need to work harder.

Julie Berry is like wilbur the rat --- look you in the eye and lie to you; she need to be put out to pasture.


Added: October 22, 2014
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I see Julie Berry is up to her old tricks again. Can't win an election fair and square. Now we are pulling out all the stops.

Admin reply: Beware of absentee ballots!!!! I didn't say that...


Added: October 22, 2014
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It is indeed refreshing to see the council conduct their business in a responsible manner. Their reaction to Mr. Stark and his request was handled exactly as it should have been. Nobody got all google eyed and excited about a new business proposal and they came to the logical conclusion. The ordinance providing oversight concerning matching funds was also a responsible decision. Thank you council persons for representing us well.

Added: October 22, 2014
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This is a snip it from the newspaper - ( link is above !). ((( Every show fills 179 of the Showboat's 221 seats. AND WE STILL HAVE NOT MADE ANY MONEY here for the last 8 or 9 YEARS." Potential profits are consumed by year-round expenses for a boat that is in use as a floating playhouse only from May through September. ))))
In summary what does this mean? So, if they can seat 179 of the 221 seats on every show in Cinci and lose money what will happen when it comes to Madison with a lower seat count ??? Lets see, yep we have a BINGO. It will not only LOSE MONEY but will COST US TAXPAYERS. We do not need another old rusty barge, let alone another dilapidated eyesore downtown, we do not need this ramrodded by some uninformed people trying to make a name for themself, and we sure as HE!! do not need another money pit that loses TAXPAYER money. VOTE NO CITY COUNCIL, VOTE NO, VOTE NO.


Added: October 22, 2014
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Per popular request numbers on total guests over several years will be available tomorrow. Readers may vote on the "concept" of whether or not to consider facts or not.

Added: October 21, 2014
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I also wanted to point out that City Council did the right thing by inserting in an ordinance on a non-reverting fund for maintenance of Indiana 56 when the City takes over control that any money for any grant matching from those funds must be approved by City Council first.

During the Finance Committee meeting on this which I attended, Councilpersons Henderson and McGee voted to take out maintaining sidewalks, which the City already fixes. Councilperson Hodges brought up they would need monies for plans that had been put together during the Active Living Workshop back in the summer. In fact, Andrew Forrester at the Aug 5 City Council said they were applying for a $400,00 OCRA Grant following that workshop. By Council doing what they did, it means Board of Works cannot authorize any matching funds from this particular fund without Council Approval. Good to see them providing oversight.


Added: October 22, 2014
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Somebody painted the old Bonnie Bell!

Oh and it appears to me the sign painted on the side of the boat exceeds HB allowable guidelines.

Seriously. Good job Larry Wynn. Nice to know there's a politician out there who's willing to encourage citizens to get facts and get a real plan together instead of passing out favors.


Added: October 21, 2014
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I think I see a vinyl window behind that rotting trim.

Added: October 21, 2014
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