Carbon judge denies Jim Thorpe man's ...

Carbon judge denies Jim Thorpe man's appeal to access public records

There are 3 comments on the Standard Speaker story from Jul 12, 2011, titled Carbon judge denies Jim Thorpe man's appeal to access public records. In it, Standard Speaker reports that:

A Carbon County judge has denied the appeal of a Jim Thorpe man concerning his request for public records on the Packerton Yards business park project.

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Highland, NY

#1 Aug 7, 2011
Why didn't the judge get to read the records and see if they were truly lawyer client privileged info? It's politics as usual in Carbon County.
Easy one


#2 Nov 15, 2011
The private businesses they wanted to put in there, were businesses the commissioners owned and would profit from. Dages knew this. But the judge, and comminisioners and sheriff, and the rest of the network......Have their hooks in making a little profit as well. Heh, they gotta eat don't they?

Since: Apr 11

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#3 Nov 15, 2011
Corruption continues to run rampant in Carbon County, PA!

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