What is acceptable in Justice?

What is acceptable in Justice?

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Mr Notcontent

La Grange, IL

#1 Sep 9, 2011
To find out what is acceptable in Justice follow this link. http://peoplesvoiceparty.blogspot.com/
gambit

Berwyn, IL

#2 Sep 9, 2011
Of course. Leave it to the PVP to tell people how to live their lives.

I'm so glad that Mr. McGee, Mr. Koslowski and Ms. Bartoszek are available to tell people how to live their lives and what is and isn't acceptable in town.

How could we make any decisions without consulting them first?
oh my

Plainfield, IL

#3 Sep 10, 2011
Looks as if the PVP is doing their homework, good for them someone has to stand up and take notice. Who is all in the PVP party assuming the above mentioned are as well....they are preparing well for the 2012 election....
stay tuned

Plainfield, IL

#4 Sep 10, 2011
Trustee Bartoszek explained that our financial consultant, Kelly Zabinski, has completed the projections for the July through December period. Ms. Zabinski forecasts that we will have an increasing deficit in the General and Sewer funds throughout the second half of the year with substantial cash flow difficulties in September and October. The total cumulative deficit is projected to be $524,436.14 by the end of this fiscal year. There are no reserves after the remainder of the working cash bonds is spent to cover the payroll in September and October. The projections assume that the State will not become further behind in the payment of income tax and further assumes that the collection of property tax is paid in the same timeline as last year. The projected deficit is a result of revenues being less than expected, and due to the State being behind in some of the payments to the village.
We will do another comparison to budget with updated revenue projections in October.
Dr Phil WCIU

La Grange, IL

#5 Sep 10, 2011
gambit wrote:
Of course. Leave it to the PVP to tell people how to live their lives.
I'm so glad that Mr. McGee, Mr. Koslowski and Ms. Bartoszek are available to tell people how to live their lives and what is and isn't acceptable in town.
How could we make any decisions without consulting them first?
Try not to make any decisions without consulting them first, the ones you made so far were really poor. Although that is where this town is headed--for the poor house.
phil donohue

Berwyn, IL

#6 Sep 10, 2011
Dr Phil WCIU wrote:
<quoted text>Try not to make any decisions without consulting them first, the ones you made so far were really poor. Although that is where this town is headed--for the poor house.
You mean the ones they made in the past have been pretty poor.

Like letting Park District Dan make money off of glueing two sticks together and calling them village signs? Paying him for shoddy work in the village hall too?

Like hiring a $12k per year publicist that went on to write their campaign material? Sounds like more PVP double dipping.

Giving the towing auto repair and maintence contract to Technicrap while a trustee cohabitates with one of the partners? Or the nice free project they got done in front of their house from public works?

Let's not forget the THOUSANDS of dollars that the village had to pay last year for the Dog Tag election challenge (thanks Dan McGee!)

Or their three trustees inability to answer where the original village signs went? Or the fact that they started this Pw for Hire crap with their own campaign manager and chief of staff Jerry Carter?

There is a reason that this clown car of candidates lost the election last year. The fact that they're still not getting it and acting like "sour grape" high school losers isn't giving anyone a reason to listen to them again.

The residents are tired of this crap- do something instead of whining maybe then you'll get some votes.
bykkyk

Willowbrook, IL

#7 Sep 10, 2011
The PVP kinda screwed over the Village of Justice.
It has been all about getting elected and
re-elected. They accomplished getting Jerry Carters house fixed up. He deserved it as he was the David Axelrod of there party. He did screw up.
Maybe he should give it back or at least pay up.
Phil, Kinga and John Koslowski did move the monument and don't forget the redesign of the patches on the police uniforms. Fortunately the old design was reincorporated. Now if we could just move the monument back to it's old spot.
How much did did Dan McGee charge for the ugly Justice signs??? Thank God they are small and hardly noticeable. Weeds are growing in front of most of the signs. Maybe we could get the weeds to grow in front of Kinga. So much to do and because of the crap from the PVP, more complicated.
bykkyk

Willowbrook, IL

#8 Sep 10, 2011
BYKKYK you are at times brilliant, insightfull and you do have your finger on the pulse of Justice.
I must admonish you, did you forget to mention that Jerry Carter and Phil D. were basically kicked out of the Justice Willow Springs Water Commission. Maybe you were thinking, how do you screw up water? Maybe it was about money!MAYBE

So shape up, get it right.
86th Ave Drunks

La Grange, IL

#9 Sep 10, 2011
bykkyk wrote:
The PVP kinda screwed over the Village of Justice.
It has been all about getting elected and
re-elected. They accomplished getting Jerry Carters house fixed up. He deserved it as he was the David Axelrod of there party. He did screw up.
Maybe he should give it back or at least pay up.
Phil, Kinga and John Koslowski did move the monument and don't forget the redesign of the patches on the police uniforms. Fortunately the old design was reincorporated. Now if we could just move the monument back to it's old spot.
How much did did Dan McGee charge for the ugly Justice signs??? Thank God they are small and hardly noticeable. Weeds are growing in front of most of the signs. Maybe we could get the weeds to grow in front of Kinga. So much to do and because of the crap from the PVP, more complicated.
John Small,are you drunk already? Its only 7:00 pm.Your wife Trusttee Sue Small is going to be upset with you, getting drunk so early in the day and writing stupid things on Topix.You really should seek professional help to deal with the evil demons which dwell within your soul.
cough cough cough

AOL

#10 Sep 11, 2011
bykkyk wrote:
The PVP kinda screwed over the Village of Justice.
It has been all about getting elected and
re-elected. They accomplished getting Jerry Carters house fixed up. He deserved it as he was the David Axelrod of there party. He did screw up.
Maybe he should give it back or at least pay up.
Phil, Kinga and John Koslowski did move the monument and don't forget the redesign of the patches on the police uniforms. Fortunately the old design was reincorporated. Now if we could just move the monument back to it's old spot.
How much did did Dan McGee charge for the ugly Justice signs??? Thank God they are small and hardly noticeable. Weeds are growing in front of most of the signs. Maybe we could get the weeds to grow in front of Kinga. So much to do and because of the crap from the PVP, more complicated.
WHAT IS ACCEPTABLE IN JUSTICE?

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Fact Check

Chicago, IL

#11 Sep 11, 2011
I think bykkyk is either confused, or uninformed. Many of his accusations are false and slanderous. For one thing Kozlowski couldn't have had anything to do with moving the monument. That monument was moved months before he became a Trustee. The decision to move the monument was made by the Mayor, the Village board, Joe Vallez (Park District Director) and the Park District Board. Apparently the Park District paid the cost of the move.
laughable

Berwyn, IL

#12 Sep 11, 2011
Fact Check wrote:
I think bykkyk is either confused, or uninformed. Many of his accusations are false and slanderous. For one thing Kozlowski couldn't have had anything to do with moving the monument. That monument was moved months before he became a Trustee. The decision to move the monument was made by the Mayor, the Village board, Joe Vallez (Park District Director) and the Park District Board. Apparently the Park District paid the cost of the move.
So then we should look to our idiot mayor and the rest of the idiots in the PVP like Kinga, Mary, Phil D, George P and Park District Dan for that colossal mess.
Fact Check

Chicago, IL

#13 Sep 11, 2011
If you talk to people out of your limited circle of friends in the Village you'll find that most of the residents think the monument's new location in the park looks beautiful. It sure doesn't look like "a mess" to me. I remember how difficult it was to have ceremonies at the monument's old location. The space was very limited and very close to the Oak Grove intersection.
Hey "laughable" next time try to use inteligence and facts rather than calling people names in your posts.
coalition rocks

United States

#14 Sep 11, 2011
I love the pathetic centennial garbage around town. You guys sure know how to put together crap and make it smell.
laughable

Berwyn, IL

#15 Sep 12, 2011
Fact Check wrote:
If you talk to people out of your limited circle of friends in the Village you'll find that most of the residents think the monument's new location in the park looks beautiful. It sure doesn't look like "a mess" to me. I remember how difficult it was to have ceremonies at the monument's old location. The space was very limited and very close to the Oak Grove intersection.
Hey "laughable" next time try to use inteligence and facts rather than calling people names in your posts.
It's not name calling if it's true.

It seems like everyone just loves the new location. Including all the pissed off seniors, vets and long time residents. The location was never difficult to have services at if you planned them out right. The move was a badly thought out idea. Most residents can't even see the "new location" considering it's behind a cell tower and garbage can. I guess behind a cell tower is a fitting location for a new memorial.

Not to mention where are all of the improvements that were promised to the memorial? The flags from all the branches of service ect? That's the illustration the park board brought forward to show the residents and it's still not happened.

Maybe they can use some of that $900k in bond money to actually put up some flags, looks like some of the parks finally got swings from that.

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