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Some workers got 2 or 3 raises, 11 got 40% or more

Unbelievable! People, when are we going to wise up. NEVER NEVER NEVER VOTE FOR A CONTINUOUS RENEWAL TAX ISSUE! When the private sector is struggling to keep their heads above water and the public sector is getting raises way beyond any justifiable reason, something is wrong with this picture. Plato said, "One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors." Such is the case in Mahoning County. Vote NO for any Continuous Renewal Tax Issue in the May 6 primary.

April 6, 2014 at 1:26 p.m. suggest removal

Despite shoring work, engineer warned of courthouse peril two years ago

Unbelievable! All the county's responses sound like a CYA story. e.g. For Righetti to say that she does not recall seeing the Stevens letter until this month is an outright lie. Does she think that the public is that stupid to believe that that letter wasn't discussed among all three commissioners as soon as it was received on or about Aug. 25, 2011? Then for Righetti to assert that the delay in moving forward on the restoration was the fault of the architectural company originally hired because of mediation... come on, really? Mediation efforts didn't commence until late September 2012. So what was the reason for the delay from 5-28-2009 (I believe the date of the orignial contract signing) until around the end of September 2012? Let's see that's about 3 and one third years. Righetti says the money was there, okay... so what's the reason for the delay?
Not only have these commissioners bungled the Oak Hill Project when original costs were ineptly estimated to be around 4 to 5 million at the project's beginning but according to last Sunday's Vindy story costs will be around $20 million with interest when finished.
There should be an IQ test before anyone can run for office.

September 22, 2013 at 4:43 p.m. suggest removal

Staph infection threatens Ed Port’s progress

Although my wife and can only send $100.00, if we had hit the lotto we'd have paid for it all. He is a class act and has endured more suffering than most of us can imagine. There is no donation too small, so please Youngstown, let's help Ed.

May 21, 2013 at 8:43 p.m. suggest removal

McNally’s seat draws lots of attention

Having worked with Mr. Tablack, I can honestly tell you that nothing would be worse for Mahoning County than having him serve as commissioner. It is sad and unfortunate because he has an obvious grasp of financial matters but his ego and personality work against him. No matter how smart you are, getting along with people is a key incredient for success in any field, especially politics. When he left for Florida, I predicted he wouldn't last three months in his new position once his coworkers got to know him.

November 21, 2011 at 12:46 p.m. suggest removal

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