3rd WARD COUNCILMAN

Filed under: Bob Mollette,ELECTION,Uncategorized — tkm October 28, 2005 @ 14:0 pm

For the past year, Bob Mollette has served as the Portsmouth City Council representative of the 3rd Ward. He has represented the interests of the people of all Portsmouth diligently. Bob Mollette has been a driving force in the movement to make our city government more accountable by limiting wasteful spending and calling for transparency in all matters of city business. “Let the sunshine in,” has been Bob Mollette’s repeated refrain. One of the things that profoundly sets Bob Mollette above his peers is his lack of any “grand scheme” to bring back some idyllic version of Portsmouth’s past. There is no skyscraper, no mall, no Kalbmahall that Kalb is so sure if the city would just build, manna would fall from the heavens. Mollette is a realist. You can count on him to keep both feet firmly planted on the ground. He understands that the foundation of good government, the reason the people pay their taxes, is city services: our water, sewer, streets, schools, fire departments, and police. If you want another Blue Cloud on the Esplanade, vote for somebody else; but if you want somebody who is serious about good government, re-elect Robert W. Mollette.

Shawnee Sentinel

BOB MOLLETTE
3RD WARD COUNCIL
A TRUE ADVOCATE FOR THE PEOPLE OF PORTSMOUTH

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BOB MOLLETTE FOR 3RD WARD COUNCIL

MAYOR

Filed under: EMINENT DOMAIN,Jim Kalb,Uncategorized — tkm October 24, 2005 @ 22:0 pm

To the citizens of Portsmouth, Ohio:

If you want to know how little regard your Mayor, Mr. Kalb, has for you and the LAWS of this city, then please read this.

On 10-10-05 City Council had to vote on the very controversial right of Eminent Domain. The council voted not to use Eminent Domain by a vote of 5 to 0 with Mr. Loper not voting as he was absent.

Then on 10-14-05 our Mayor went ahead and used it to close the deal for developer Neal Hatcher. They transferred the property at 1111 3rd St. to the City and then to Mr. Hatcher. This is the path of Eminent Domain. They violated the City Charter in doing so. They are telling us the law is only there to keep us little people under control.

If Mr. Rau and Mr. Hatcher have reached an agreement and want to deal that is a private matter. Our Mayor should not be involved. This behavior will only get worse if they get away with it. If we don’t clean up our government then why bother with cruisefest.

James K. Wilson, Chairman
Citizens for Responsible Government

MARTING COURT HEARING

Filed under: MARTING,Uncategorized — tkm October 13, 2005 @ 9:0 am

 

Today–Thursday
October 13, 2005 @ 1:30pm—Judge Marshall’s Court Room.
 

Ruling on Attorney Fees in response to the violations of law by City Council Members for their contribution in the purchase of the Marting property:

Injunctive Relief was formally documented on August 31, 2005 but initial implied by the November 2004 ruling and validated by Judge Marshall during the hearing of August 31, 2005–video available.

Mark your calendar for the above October date. Attend the Hearing and you will understand why we must hold our public officials accountable. If we don’t no one else will.

COVER-UP JOURNALISM

Filed under: PDT,Uncategorized — tkm October 9, 2005 @ 5:0 am

The man who reads nothing at all is better educated than the man who reads nothing but newspapers.
Thomas Jefferson (1743 – 1826)

–Read River Vices by Bob Forrey–

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SECURING RIGHTS

Filed under: Uncategorized — tkm @ 5:0 am

As Benjamin Franklin wrote, “In free governments the rulers are the servants and the people their superiors and sovereigns.” The ultimate powers in a society, therefore, rest in the people themselves.

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