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Ron will do a great job!
July 14, 2014 at 7:41 a.m.
Ron is one of the best around ... He will do great!!!
July 13, 2014 at 10:33 p.m.
One of the few individuals I respect in Public Office. No one will ever replace him. The new meeting spot is Perkins and Sunrise.... I am sure the guys would love to see you.Good luck in all you do.
June 14, 2014 at 7:41 a.m.
Someone on here said the key word"Doing his job"That is what Chief ROZ has brought to CampbellNot a media hound....just letting everyone knowThe police force is doing their job.He and the Police dept. should be commended.
Good job Chief and force!
May 8, 2014 at 10:47 p.m.
February 19, 2014 at 10:22 p.m.
I do not think anyone would oppose Coach Tressel as a top notch - number one draft choice....but I believe a person who is just as solid is right on campus. Paul McFadden would be my number one pick...by no means any disrespect to coach...just my opinion. Can't go wrong with either one in my eyes.Eric C Ungaro
February 19, 2014 at 10:07 p.m.
My name is Eric C. Ungaro and I am the son of former Mayor Patrick J. Ungaro. I am also proud of my father’s reputation as well as the rest of my immediate family. I am writing to address a few issues that I had with Mr. DeSouza’s January 13th editorial regarding the Commissioner’s race and the Oak Hill situation.
1. My opponent is not seeking a third term. He is in his first term.2. The fact that I have never held public office is a true statement. My opponent, as well as another sitting commissioner, never held an elected office prior to being elected. It is obvious that the public does not mind people without elected office experience making decisions about their tax dollars.3. I also have a positive reputation in the teaching field working with Special Education students as well as coaching young men on the football field for over 18 years. While maintaining these important responsibilities, as well as raising a family, I have been working hard for a year to reach this goal of becoming a County Commissioner.5. Finally to answer Mr. DeSouza’s question on, “Why the owners of the McGuffy plaza did not recruit a challenger for my race,” it is because the owners won the law suit! They were paid a million dollars to get out of a lease that has not been signed for eight years. Does that sound like it was done in the best interest of the county taxpayers?In closing I want to say I have the utmost respect for all the writers at the vindicator, especially Mr. DeSouza. I think the county is tired of tough guy politicians that engage in personal wars with taxpayers’ money - As far as a race with substance? The voting public will decide that issue on March 4th.
Sincerely, Eric C. Ungaro
January 16, 2008 at 7:25 a.m.