Allentown brush fire beaten back and residents allowed back in homes, assistant chief says

There are 30 comments on the NJ.com story from Apr 18, 2012, titled Allentown brush fire beaten back and residents allowed back in homes, assistant chief says. In it, NJ.com reports that:

A brush fire early this morning that burned up a hill off Constitution Drive in Allentown and threatened homes on Skyline Drive is mostly out and residents who had to leave have been allowed to return, Allentown Assistant Fire Chief Lee Laubach said just after 8 o'clock. No one was hurt and no homes burned, he said.

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Since: Jun 07

Allentown Pa

#1 Apr 18, 2012
Another great job by the Allentown Fire Department.
silly rabbit

Collegeville, PA

#2 Apr 18, 2012
Yes another great job by the AFD. Just wondering what happened to all the heating sesonal fires in allentown this year? Now they are brush fires that smoke damage is a copable claim against the insurers. The king hound from hell has his minions working off the books subcontracting. This will help pay for bonds for the arena. Just keep blowing smoke up the kings ass and playing wannabes together.

Since: Jun 07

Allentown Pa

#3 Apr 19, 2012
No claims will be made on the latest brush fire in Allentown. You are an idiot to suggest that anyone of any political interest had anything to do with this brush fire.
silly rabbit

Collegeville, PA

#4 Apr 19, 2012
sofa_king_cool wrote:
No claims will be made on the latest brush fire in Allentown. You are an idiot to suggest that anyone of any political interest had anything to do with this brush fire.
Wasn't the mayor going to harvest hardwood from that same forest. This was just another losing venture for allentown at the hands of palumpashitsky.

Since: Jun 07

Allentown Pa

#5 Apr 19, 2012
silly rabbit wrote:
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Wasn't the mayor going to harvest hardwood from that same forest. This was just another losing venture for allentown at the hands of palumpashitsky.
No. Not at all. Actually he wanted to do that along the South Mountain near the south reservoir. It didn't happen. And how would burning a 2 acre area along the river at Constitution drive help the city anyway?
That's absolutely stupid. As most of your crazy conspiracies are.
silly rabbit

Philadelphia, PA

#6 Apr 20, 2012
sofa_king_cool wrote:
<quoted text>No. Not at all. Actually he wanted to do that along the South Mountain near the south reservoir. It didn't happen. And how would burning a 2 acre area along the river at Constitution drive help the city anyway?
That's absolutely stupid. As most of your crazy conspiracies are.
New development, you can't see he is having chew st between7th+8th for the AFD that participate in his cronies insurance steering. Now we have to go past the future king palumpas palace o sport.

Since: Jun 07

Allentown Pa

#7 Apr 20, 2012
silly rabbit wrote:
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New development, you can't see he is having chew st between7th+8th for the AFD that participate in his cronies insurance steering. Now we have to go past the future king palumpas palace o sport.
What? The Fire Department has been stationed in the 700 block of Chew Street for 40 years. What does that have to do with Pawlowski? New development on Constitution drive? A brush fire could lead to the development of Constitution drive? What drugs are you on and where can I get them? Constitution Drive is nothing more than a utility road that is used mainly by the rail companies and gets next to no maintenance. It actually looks like they test bombs on that road. There is no plans to develop Constitution Drive.

So keep trying. You haven't provided anything that would have made this brush fire advantageous to anyone.
silly rabbit

Carlisle, PA

#8 Apr 20, 2012
Not today doc? You just keep trying to cover this advantagious criminal enterprise that has been based in allentown before the chicogo fire.
The same person blowing smoke up palumpas ass is the king.

Since: Jun 07

Allentown Pa

#9 Apr 22, 2012
silly rabbit wrote:
Not today doc? You just keep trying to cover this advantagious criminal enterprise that has been based in allentown before the chicogo fire.
The same person blowing smoke up palumpas ass is the king.
I'm pretty sure you have a mental defect of some kind. To believe that buring a couple acres on Constitution Drive is advantageous to someone??? That's just silly.
silly rabbit

Wayne, PA

#10 Apr 23, 2012
sofa_king_cool wrote:
<quoted text>I'm pretty sure you have a mental defect of some kind. To believe that buring a couple acres on Constitution Drive is advantageous to someone??? That's just silly.
Your man tommy williams is working at cookies bar in the 700blk of 7th st and last night there was a fire in the 800blk. He has to reep the 75gs that was a campaign donation to palumpashitsky that has not been recorded also stellar gave the same amount. The past heating season was not profitible so the distraction to the AFD+APD is advantagious.

Since: Jun 07

Allentown Pa

#11 Apr 23, 2012
silly rabbit wrote:
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Your man tommy williams is working at cookies bar in the 700blk of 7th st and last night there was a fire in the 800blk. He has to reep the 75gs that was a campaign donation to palumpashitsky that has not been recorded also stellar gave the same amount. The past heating season was not profitible so the distraction to the AFD+APD is advantagious.
So I guess it was Tommy Williams cooking at Cookies that started the fire too.
Secondly, Tommy doesn't have the contract with the city this year. So he's only gets the business that the insurance company throws his way. Being that he's one of only two businesses that does fire restoration services, it's a pretty good bet that he'll get hired quite often when fires occur.
Do try to explain how a brush fire was advantageous or profitable to anyone. You can't. You have your stupid conspiracy theories but they go nowhere because you're an idiot.
silly rabbit

Philadelphia, PA

#12 Apr 23, 2012
No him and stellar gave palumpashitsky 75gs each to a untracable campaign donation too alternate months. This year has not been a good year for either during the heating months so tommy boy has hire subcontractors to drumb up work. In 1995 he started his landlords house on fire and told him to collect the rent from his homeowners insurance.
To top that all there is the conflict of intrest because micheal yeger is ed yegers vp brother. Personally i smell some insurance steering that stinks a little more than this arena bullshit?

Since: Jun 07

Allentown Pa

#13 Apr 23, 2012
silly rabbit wrote:
No him and stellar gave palumpashitsky 75gs each to a untracable campaign donation too alternate months. This year has not been a good year for either during the heating months so tommy boy has hire subcontractors to drumb up work. In 1995 he started his landlords house on fire and told him to collect the rent from his homeowners insurance.
To top that all there is the conflict of intrest because micheal yeger is ed yegers vp brother. Personally i smell some insurance steering that stinks a little more than this arena bullshit?
Untraceable huh? But you somehow know about it? That's asinine comment number 10.
Actually, neither Stellar nor City Line have the contract right now for boarding up places. So you're wrong again.
As for the heating months. It didn't get that cold.
Who's Michael Yeager and Ed Yeager and VP of what?

Again, how was this brush fire advantageous to anyone? Who profited and how?

You're a moron. Your conspiracies are getting deeper and even more silly sounding. You really should see a doctor. The voices you're hearing are dangerous.
silly rabbit

Collegeville, PA

#14 Apr 24, 2012
Ed yeager is tommy boys vice president of cityline const. Than micheal yeager is eds brother that is the pesident of lehigh muthual insurance the underwriter for most of the lehighvalley innercity cores. This in itself is a conflict of intrest, over payments to family members without question. Than there is the certified public ajusters integrity claims. This is a company that is owned and run by the insurance company.

Since: Jun 07

Allentown Pa

#15 Apr 24, 2012
silly rabbit wrote:
Ed yeager is tommy boys vice president of cityline const. Than micheal yeager is eds brother that is the pesident of lehigh muthual insurance the underwriter for most of the lehighvalley innercity cores. This in itself is a conflict of intrest, over payments to family members without question. Than there is the certified public ajusters integrity claims. This is a company that is owned and run by the insurance company.
It's not. There are two companies that handle fire restoration. Cityline is one of them. If they offer the lowest bid, they will get the contract. It's really as simple as that.

Since: Jun 07

Allentown Pa

#16 Apr 24, 2012
How again was this brush fire profitable to anyone?
silly rabbit

Philadelphia, PA

#17 Apr 24, 2012
sofa_king_cool wrote:
<quoted text>It's not. There are two companies that handle fire restoration. Cityline is one of them. If they offer the lowest bid, they will get the contract. It's really as simple as that.
Thats totally bull$hit there is insurance steering of some sort and also pure outright insurance fraud because of the conflict of intrest for personal family and freinds gain.
The people that truely suffered the loss do not even recieve what the insurer has paid for or even compairable.
Case in point the 600blk of allen st total loss now the city takes 30% off the top. Simple math skills say that =70% of the house that was theres. However u look at it sofa the money to by a different house is only 70 dollars on a 100!

Since: Jun 07

Allentown Pa

#18 Apr 24, 2012
silly rabbit wrote:
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Thats totally bull$hit there is insurance steering of some sort and also pure outright insurance fraud because of the conflict of intrest for personal family and freinds gain.
The people that truely suffered the loss do not even recieve what the insurer has paid for or even compairable.
Case in point the 600blk of allen st total loss now the city takes 30% off the top. Simple math skills say that =70% of the house that was theres. However u look at it sofa the money to by a different house is only 70 dollars on a 100!
The explain how Stellar gets so much work. If the steering is sending all the work to Cityline, then Stellar wouldn't get all the work you keep complaining about.

The city takes 30% off the top? The insurance pays what the insurance policy allows. The city doesn't make a dime on the deal. Not unless the city had insurance on the property. But since the city is self insured, that isn't the case.

Nice try with another BS conspiracy theory that has no basis in fact. But do try to keep those lies coming. They're fun to debunk.
ponzie skeem

Wilmington, DE

#19 Apr 26, 2012
Hey sofa are you one of the firemen that have been burning out buildings around allentown with your boy tommy for years. You and him are in on the arena project blowing smoke up the mayors ass. You are the young cute firemarshal that drives in the ford EXPLORER AFD on the side. The arena and your flopping of properties are very simmilar.

Since: Jun 07

Allentown Pa

#20 Apr 26, 2012
ponzie skeem wrote:
Hey sofa are you one of the firemen that have been burning out buildings around allentown with your boy tommy for years. You and him are in on the arena project blowing smoke up the mayors ass. You are the young cute firemarshal that drives in the ford EXPLORER AFD on the side. The arena and your flopping of properties are very simmilar.
flopping of properties? What's that?
Burning out buildings? Which ones? And explain how burning someone else's property is advantageous to me, Tommy, or the mayor.
And how would I have anything to do with the arena?

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