What has Wazowicz done for Justice
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Bubblehead

Lombard, IL

#41 Mar 24, 2013
hrmf wrote:
What has the village improvement party done for justice, btw?
They've been absent for the last two years and rarely attend board meetings unless it's election time. Haven't been out to volunteer for anything in the village unless it's a door knock to beg for a vote.
Both parties are a mess but the village improvement party hasn't done anything for the residents and can't seem to figure out how to file basic papers-thus their 'new' party name.
It's not even March and here comes all the negative election shilling. Just what we all want to see money wasted on again this year.
Thanks for the reminder, they didn't file their election finances papers right either. They got stung by the state board elections and can you say Jessie or William Beavers?
Bubblehead

Lombard, IL

#42 Mar 24, 2013
Insideman wrote:
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The Village Improvemeny Party IS a new party, accept it. The "error" in filing was a political maneuver perpetrated by the desperate village clerk who is afraid of loosing her job and has always been manipulated by her good friend the mayor.
VOTE VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT PARTY VIP APRIL 9, 2013. THANKS.
How did the clerk make the error? Did she tell them to file three days too early? Nice try covering up stupididty.
wait

Indianapolis, IN

#43 Mar 24, 2013
Insideman wrote:
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The Village Improvemeny Party IS a new party, accept it. The "error" in filing was a political maneuver perpetrated by the desperate village clerk who is afraid of loosing her job and has always been manipulated by her good friend the mayor.
VOTE VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT PARTY VIP APRIL 9, 2013. THANKS.
More like an error filed be candidates that either cannot read or know what they're doing. The PVP/VIP should rename them selves the selective victim party. SVP.
Just Us Diner

Lockport, IL

#44 Mar 24, 2013
What's worse, filing the papers too early or the Mayor's nearly seven figure lawsuit regarding the huge dirt pile in Asbury Woods that the village is on the hook for? Mayor Wasowisz went against the advice of the village attorney and waived the performance bond for the contractor in charge of removing the dirt/waste. When that contractor did not pay the subcontractors he hired, they sued the village to get paid. Since there was no performance bond, the village is liable. Let's see, misfiled paperwork, or huge lawsuit? I know what I'd pick.
Well

Deerfield, IL

#45 Mar 25, 2013
What does a lawsuit have to do with a group of candidates trying to blame their mistakes on the clerk? You made a mistake, suck it up, move forward. It's been three months of crying about this.

Is this how they'll behave if elected? Cry about things endlessly? It's concerning.
you suck it

Roscoe, IL

#46 Mar 25, 2013
Well wrote:
What does a lawsuit have to do with a group of candidates trying to blame their mistakes on the clerk? You made a mistake, suck it up, move forward. It's been three months of crying about this.
Is this how they'll behave if elected? Cry about things endlessly? It's concerning.
$850,000.00 of village money given away for the ignorance of the mayor is a big deal.
Well

Deerfield, IL

#47 Mar 25, 2013
Who said it wasn't a big deal?

Who says that they're more qualified though? Judging by their cry baby behavior that isn't a good sign.

Mayoral Candidate Koslowski caused the village to sign a very expensive contract with the Lakota Group which to date hasn't delivered what he promised they would.
Looks like both candidates cost the village money. Same as any other election year.
all justice residents

Berwyn, IL

#48 Mar 25, 2013
vote april 9 village improvement party
Bubblehead

Lombard, IL

#49 Mar 25, 2013
I heard that the mayor steered the job to one of his friends. Then they took off for europe with the money. Does anybody know bout this?
Just Us Diner

Lockport, IL

#50 Mar 25, 2013
NEWSFLASH, the VIP made a mistake in filing their election paperwork too early. Oh, the humanity! WELL, you are the one making it a huge deal because you know your party really doesn't have much to run on. Surplus? Yeah right. 2.6 million for new streets? Actually, we aren't getting that money according to the Des Plaines Valley News due to the current board and Mayor never actually "filing the proper grant paperwork", which is what you criticize the VIP for. Your Mayor and party's "mistakes" have cost the village millions of dollars in lost grant money and lawsuits for the dirt pile in Asbury Woods. The VIP's mistake cost nothing other than having to refile at a later date.

The Lakota Group was approved by the board. Koslowski did all the research and vetting of the different firms before presenting them to the board as was allowed given his position on the development committee. The board approved. Now the Mayor and his party are trying to take credit for the Lakota Group and the 20 year Justice vision. Why criticize something you guys are now trying to take credit for starting? Do you see how little sense you make?

"The problem with our (Coalition) friends isn't that they're ignorant. It's just that they know so much that isn't so..." - Ronald Reagan
dirty diner

Indianapolis, IN

#51 Mar 25, 2013
Just Us Diner wrote:
NEWSFLASH, the VIP made a mistake in filing their election paperwork too early. Oh, the humanity! WELL, you are the one making it a huge deal because you know your party really doesn't have much to run on. Surplus? Yeah right. 2.6 million for new streets? Actually, we aren't getting that money according to the Des Plaines Valley News due to the current board and Mayor never actually "filing the proper grant paperwork", which is what you criticize the VIP for. Your Mayor and party's "mistakes" have cost the village millions of dollars in lost grant money and lawsuits for the dirt pile in Asbury Woods. The VIP's mistake cost nothing other than having to refile at a later date.
The Lakota Group was approved by the board. Koslowski did all the research and vetting of the different firms before presenting them to the board as was allowed given his position on the development committee. The board approved. Now the Mayor and his party are trying to take credit for the Lakota Group and the 20 year Justice vision. Why criticize something you guys are now trying to take credit for starting? Do you see how little sense you make?
"The problem with our (Coalition) friends isn't that they're ignorant. It's just that they know so much that isn't so..." - Ronald Reagan
The VIP party has nothing to say of any relevance. They don't show up to meetings if they aren't getting paid. One of their candidates runs two at home businesses with no licenses for them. They seem to think rules don't apply to them but want to make rules. They're no better than the people they complain about. Now they're making promises for appointments and aren't even elected yet. Same old political machine.
My story

Yorkville, IL

#52 Mar 27, 2013
wait wrote:
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How does that even make any sense? Wait to see what they can do?! They have to prove with next to no experience they are qualified to do something.
They have one candidate that runs every election and loses.
God bless George, he keeps the village clean by picking up
our metal junk. See you next week big G.
Inside man

Yorkville, IL

#53 Mar 27, 2013
Bubblehead wrote:
<quoted text>How did the clerk make the error? Did she tell them to file three days too early? Nice try covering up stupididty.
I did not call the clerk S@%*!#, you did,"BUBBLEHEAD!" I happen to know she is a very nice lady.
Inside man

Yorkville, IL

#54 Mar 27, 2013
its me wrote:
<quoted text>They aren't new! They are the PVP with a different name and some different candidates. They couldn't figure out when to file their paper work so they changed their name. I say vote April 2nd.
Hi "its me". I'm glad to hear you are so well informed and also so perfect.
I can talk to some people so you can join the Coalition or the VVP or maybe both, you would fit right in. In the mean time please do yourself a favor and go...No,no not that, I'm a nice guy. Go VOTE FOR THE VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT PARTY V I P ON APRIL 9, 2013. Thanks.
Inside man

Yorkville, IL

#55 Mar 27, 2013
Well wrote:
What does a lawsuit have to do with a group of candidates trying to blame their mistakes on the clerk? You made a mistake, suck it up, move forward. It's been three months of crying about this.
Is this how they'll behave if elected? Cry about things endlessly? It's concerning.
Let me splain it to you Lucy. The difference between the clerk's politically driven and voluntary innability to help a resident file what ever papers correctly (her job) and the very expensive dirt mound on 88th Ave is about $1000,000 in lawsuits that the mayor does not like to talk about, particularly during his failing elections.

So how about you and me talking about VOTING ON APRIL 9, 2013 FOR A SMART MAYOR AND HIS TEAM- THE VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT PARTY V I P
I THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT.
Good for Justice

Yorkville, IL

#57 Mar 30, 2013
wait wrote:
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How does that even make any sense? Wait to see what they can do?! They have to prove with next to no experience they are qualified to do something.
They have one candidate that runs every election and loses.
Hi "wait" - Since 2009 when the Mayor's Coalition party took over, his group has done nothing to show the residents the respect they deserve or the change of direction needed to turn Justice into a small town of the 21st century; how can the residents offer this group another chance to manage our village. I have been a supporter of the mayor since 2007 and a strong supporter of the Coalition/VVP since the last election. But I have become disillusioned with this administration. Therefore, I choose change. The Village Improvement Party. VOTE April 9, 2013 VIP
Good for Justice

Yorkville, IL

#58 Mar 30, 2013
Well wrote:
Who said it wasn't a big deal?
Who says that they're more qualified though? Judging by their cry baby behavior that isn't a good sign.
Mayoral Candidate Koslowski caused the village to sign a very expensive contract with the Lakota Group which to date hasn't delivered what he promised they would.
Looks like both candidates cost the village money. Same as any other election year.
Please, read the Lakota report, it's in the village's brand new website. In a nut shell, the Lakota group agrees with the rest of Jutice's residents that our village has been neglected for a long time and some of that time has been on Wasowicz"s watch.The mayor can not blame the past administration, HE IS THE PAST ADMINISTRATION. And band-aid will not fix the neglect of the last seven years.

Sorry "Well" I have to go with the V I P - The Village Improvement Party on April 9, 2013.
R U Kidding

Yorkville, IL

#59 Mar 30, 2013
Smoke and Mirrors wrote:
Vote VIP Party. We will do something. May be good or bad. We'll decide later but you decide now.
What does the VIP think of the current fiscal state of the village since it is the best in the last 10 years?
@S&M- Did you have your tongue in your cheek when you posted this or somewhere else. I bet it was somewhere else.
Insideman

Yorkville, IL

#60 Apr 2, 2013
Just Us Diner wrote:
What's worse, filing the papers too early or the Mayor's nearly seven figure lawsuit regarding the huge dirt pile in Asbury Woods that the village is on the hook for? Mayor Wasowisz went against the advice of the village attorney and waived the performance bond for the contractor in charge of removing the dirt/waste. When that contractor did not pay the subcontractors he hired, they sued the village to get paid. Since there was no performance bond, the village is liable. Let's see, misfiled paperwork, or huge lawsuit? I know what I'd pick.
Hey I got one. What's worse, filing the papers too early or the Coalition/V V P being caught with their pants down and loosing a state grant for $2.6 million smackaroos. C'mon lets hear some more
'I got ones"
Insideman

Yorkville, IL

#61 Apr 2, 2013
dirty diner wrote:
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The VIP party has nothing to say of any relevance. They don't show up to meetings if they aren't getting paid. One of their candidates runs two at home businesses with no licenses for them. They seem to think rules don't apply to them but want to make rules. They're no better than the people they complain about. Now they're making promises for appointments and aren't even elected yet. Same old political machine.
First it was one business, now it's two busnisses. Very enterprising, and I'm sure he thanks god he's working. I would vote for him as a V I P trustee on April 9, 2013.

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