Paul Eugene Johnson, 1950-2009

Filed under: Uncategorized — tkm March 30, 2009 @ 20:0 pm

Celebration of Life for

Paul Eugene Johnson, 1950-2009

Sunday, April 19, 2009
2:00 PM until 5:00 PM

Mault’s Brew Pub & Restaurant – Patio
224 Second Street; Portsmouth

Hors D’oeuvres and Beverages
Music by Steve Free, with Susan Sammons and John Starkey
featuring Steve’s hit tune, “Everybody’s Friend”

Celebration facilitated by
The Rev. Jeffrey Queen
All Saints Episcopal Church

Please RSVP to Kevin Johnson at
kwwj@roadrunner.com or 740-354-5690

Sunshine Week

Filed under: SUNSHINE LAWS — tkm March 15, 2009 @ 9:0 am

March 15 thru 21, 2009

Open the Government

Open Government develops a sound safety culture and security for our families, homes, and communities; holds our government accountable; and defends the freedoms upon which our democracy depends.

The American way of life demands our government operate in the open; to be responsive to the public, to foster trust and confidence in government, and to encourage public participation in civic and government institutions.

The public’s right to know promotes equal and equitable access to government, encourages integrity in official conduct, and prevents undisclosed and undue influence from special interests.

CLICK:  http://www.openthegovernment.org/article/articleview/29/1/15

Essman et al v City of Portsmouth

Filed under: PORTSMOUTH,Uncategorized — tkm March 14, 2009 @ 10:0 am

Essman et al v City of Portsmouth Appeal Case has been rescheduled for:

Thursday, April 23, 2009 @ 09:30 am
Chillicothe, Ohio

Essman et al v City of Portsmouth

Filed under: PORTSMOUTH — tkm March 4, 2009 @ 13:0 pm

The 4th District Court of Appeal’s hearing that was scheduled for tomorrow has been cancelled. Judge Harsha recused himself after this case was on the docket for 3 months. Was this a deliberate ploy to delay justice for the people of the Grandview area?

I think this development seems very questionable.

Why, after 3 months, would Harsha decide to recuse himself?

How inbred is Harsha in this area with local politics (this is his dad’s hometown)?

Was the unfair decision given by the 4th District Court of Appeal’s on the Mollette et al v Portsmouth City Council motivated by Harsha being deep-seated with the local politics?

How can the people of Portsmouth ever receive a fair shake when we can’t even rely on Judges to be fair and follow the law?

Sewage and water issues in the Grandview area.

Filed under: PORTSMOUTH — tkm @ 10:0 am

Mark your calendar: Thursday, March 5th, 2008 @ 9:00 am, Scioto County Courthouse

Joe Griffith notified all plaintiffs in the Essman and Murray cases that the Ohio 4th District Court of Appeals will be hearing the City’s appeal on the issue of soverign immunity in the Essman case.

Please attend and show your support for the people of Portsmouth!!

This could be you living in sewage!

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