the town is crooked as hell. who's fault is it they have a drug problem? Just because you have certain individuals that are bringing drugs into the are, doesn't mean you have to be on a witch-hunt for every passing by motorists.
Having Coitsville Rd at 25 mph is baffling, especially when you have to give your car gas to get up the hill. I could have my foot off the gas, and I'm still going over 25. Yet they are giving people $160 tickets for going 35. Their roads are some of the worst in the area. Maybe they should worry about paving their roads, so your car isn't in the shop getting it's front end worked on.
It's a shame they have to do this, knowing most of the residents don't have the luxury to shell out $160 for a ticket. But this is the result of taking the steel mill jobs out of the area. Youngstown is in the same boat of having a shrinking tax base, without enough revenue to pay for the bills. They have to get the money somewhere I guess. Just don't expect me to drive thru your community.
March 16, 2014 at 4:36 p.m.
What a waste of an opportunity. The way Bo is going at Nebraska, they may all be unemployed by years end.
October 30, 2013 at 7:49 p.m.
What was the point of increasing enrollment when you knew there were kids that didn't belong at the university.? That falls on Dr. Sweet. He was more concerned with inflating enrollment to make himself look good. Waste of funding.
October 30, 2013 at 7:26 p.m.