Ex-mayor sues Asharoken over insurance

Ex-mayor sues Asharoken over insurance

There are 2 comments on the Newsday story from Mar 29, 2009, titled Ex-mayor sues Asharoken over insurance. In it, Newsday reports that:

William Kelly, the former mayor of Asharoken. Asharoken's former mayor, William Kelly , and two other people have filed a lawsuit against the village because they were dropped from a village-sponsored health benefits plan.

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Who gets insurance

New York, NY

#1 Apr 9, 2009
Kelly worked as an Asharoken Village volunteer. Fauser is the spouse of a late village volunteer.

Question: let me get this straight.(Whether or not you pay the bill aside), volunteering ensures your inclusion in the group insurance plan of whomever you volunteered for? So, for example, library volunteers, hospital candy-stripers, and volunteer firefighters are all entitled to better-priced group insurance from the organizations they volunteer for?

If that were the case I think there'd be a lot more volunteers.
Jeff Kelly

Walden, NY

#2 Jan 14, 2013
Oh, touche'! He was a volunteer because he lived the ego trip and sense of power it afforded him. He had a state award for recordkeeping named after him and he awarded same to several counties throughout the state to foster this sense of importance he had about himself. He avoided having a relationship with his youngest brother(me) his entire life and has been deliberately misadministering our late mother's estate trust she set aside for my benefit for the last seven years. He is a bastard, a creep, an egotist, an elitist pig, a bombast, a squirrel, a rat, and just generally an ANIMAL. He is one of those ELITISTS who go through life believing only HE is a righteous judge of everything and everybody. He became a Republican first to rebel against the family and then to just more easily hobnob with the residents of uppity Asharoken. He has never believed that anyone in this country has ANY needs. He has become the stereotypical Republican whose real problems stem, as many men's do, from his Roman Catholic Overauthoritarian Upbringing. His grades were good enough to get him easily in his day into West Point some thirty miles from the family home--instead, he chose Villanova, the uppity Catholic University in Philadelphia, and when he hit Long Island he did so by adopting the family obsession with politics, did so to accomodate himself, and gave the FINGER to the rest of the world including me in his illegal activities on the estate. As such, I have to AGREE wholeheartedly this man does not deserve health insurance. He barely deserves to be talked to by anyone except a police officer, bailiff, or corrections officer. By training he was an electrical engineer and worked briefly in that field before turning to politics and leasing computers, thinking of himself apparently as the greatest entrepreneur in the world. Pffff!!

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