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Group investigates TIGER grant for Route 422 corridor


Tried to email you, I use Chrome so I was afraid to reconfigure.

Atty. Joe Bishara of Roth,Blair , Roberts and Lodge is completing the packaging of historic cemetery land on the eastside , returning acreage to the community, with minerals and more land from the county Landbank. Flora of the Landbank and Atty. Samarone have been very instrumental on this specific project.
It is working because Bishara has the nonprofit ability for IRS land exchanges. My intentionally brief solution to the 422 project can work for the 422 corridor. Please inform this 422 group that Atty. Bishara is now experienced in distress land and revenue projects and might be able assist the county Landbank.

August 17, 2014 at 8:46 a.m. suggest removal

Group investigates TIGER grant for Route 422 corridor

The $2.5M can easily be realized with the new Mahoning County Landbank forfeiting all delinquent parcels around the corridor, requesting the State assign the 422 mineral rights. The Land and Minerals rights will likely have more value than the total requirement. Monetizing these assets will be expedient due to the amount of acreage enticing the market.

August 17, 2014 at 8:30 a.m. suggest removal

Local group looking toward grant to help rehab Route 422 corridor

Here is a solution that will give you RUST heads the 2.5 Million. First Typical RUST heads all you know is to beg for the entitlement instead of working creatively like normal Americans.
Solution, I spoke to your unqualified consultant and they must of ran away from me because I revealed their ineptness. Have the County Landbank forfeit all the delinquent abandoned land around the corridor. Have the State assign mineral rights under 422. The Minerals will probably be worth more that the Total required.

August 17, 2014 at 8:20 a.m. suggest removal

Poland Village advances bond issue for November vote

Yeah MO MONEY! What, a Village of 3800 and six councilmen, a Mayor and hugh staff. They sit on their butts as non leaders waiting for the benefits to continue as they retire.

The Village needs to reorganize their outdated form of Government.

May 21, 2014 at 8:25 a.m. suggest removal

Will fracking headlines affect charter vote for ban?

The AntiFrackers need to answer one question, they always avoid.

Why is it only the City of Youngstown, the Poorest of the poor in the Mahoning Valley, that they wish to ban? Majority of the poor Blacks, Latinos and whites of the City is who they only wish to ban. Poland, Canfield, Boardman, Austintown, Struthers, Campbell, the whole COUNTY are cashing in on their minerals, but NO, Ban the POOR from selling their minerals.

April 27, 2014 at 8:58 a.m. suggest removal

Marijuana Smoke Down in Wick Park goes bust

Was Hagan there?

April 20, 2014 at 10:46 p.m. suggest removal

Youngstown fracking ban on ballot for 3rd time

CeOSU, Wow! Finally some brains that drained looking to return. Finally, even just common sense speaking up against the ignorant of the Valley. Young man, you are right on, and the Hope for Ohio. As a young man once coming out of engineering training, I too was pumped about my generation's future. I got my start with Reagan's rearming of America and advancement in nuclear shipbuilding.
Yes, your future is right IN YOUR HOMETOWN. Youngstown and eastern Ohio is the only shale wet gas field in the world today. Unlike the Bakken, Eagleford, or Marcellus, your birthright zone is wet gas, and you being a CE student understand this.

Currently for your generation the energy company's are building VAST infrastructures in this zone, cryogenics plants, fractionators and pipelines to harvest this Ohio wealth.

What you and the young brains of Ohio must do, is help us educate the masses here in eastern ohio. As you can read on the blogs here, The brain drain in your hometown, has left us with low information people, who are being exploited to fight energy production. Low information people, that are being used by the very same countries that had America addicted to their crude for decades. Fracking, is state-of-the-art and American ingenuity unmatched for now, embrace it, fight for it, or America's economic power continues the spiral down.

April 14, 2014 at 8:17 a.m. suggest removal

Youngstown fracking ban on ballot for 3rd time

Boardman, can Frack, Canfield can Frack, Poland can Frack, Liberty can Frack, everyone can Frack, CASH in and have PASSIVE INCOME for decades. NO, not Youngstown if the Professors of Youngstown State University have their way. They and their little ilk only want the POOREST of the POOR, the poor Blacks, the poor Latinos, the poor Whites only who live in Youngstown will have THEIR MINERAL RIGHTS taken away from them. The POOR of Youngstown for a third time are having THEIR rights on the line by a few radicals.


April 13, 2014 at 11:22 a.m. suggest removal

To repeat: It's all about the pension


this is the only solution "Bert Man." Nothing will change, until the Golden Goose passes.

April 13, 2014 at 11:12 a.m. suggest removal



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