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Sam

New York, NY

#1 Sep 24, 2010
Ted Reville or Frank Cacciatore?? Who will you vote for in November??
Taxpayer

Schenectady, NY

#2 Sep 24, 2010
Cositore is the better qualified, he's got my vote
Joannie

Malone, NY

#3 Sep 24, 2010
This one is a no-brainer. Cositore is an attorney who has extensive training of law.
OUA812

United States

#4 Sep 24, 2010
I'll take the local boy.

I found it humorous that Cositore got the temporary appointment when he still owes thousands to local business. He's a crook.
Local

Tully, NY

#5 Sep 24, 2010
I take neither.... Ted Reville is a very nice man...but no experience!!!! NOW COME ON... Frank Cacciatore is a nice person, but REALLY... HE OWES WAY TO MANY PEOPLE MONEY IN THIS TOWN...already has lied to to many people in this town.....
I say we get someone one with real knowledge, and a college education and that hasn't lied to the local people!!
Sam

New York, NY

#6 Sep 24, 2010
Oooops spelled Mr. Cositore's name wrong....I appologize!
Today

Boonville, NY

#7 Sep 24, 2010
Local wrote:
I take neither.... Ted Reville is a very nice man...but no experience!!!! NOW COME ON... Frank Cacciatore is a nice person, but REALLY... HE OWES WAY TO MANY PEOPLE MONEY IN THIS TOWN...already has lied to to many people in this town.....
I say we get someone one with real knowledge, and a college education and that hasn't lied to the local people!!
Where is that person? If they are interested, they may have missed the filing deadline to be eligible for the election. You only have 2 choices Ted or Frank. One or the other will be elected. The person with a college education who hasn't lied to the public will have to wait until next election.
Johnboy

New York, NY

#8 Sep 24, 2010
Is it a requirement to be a republican judge in Malone that you be an alcoholic with health issues? Mr. Reville is a nice enough man but we need a stable candidate to take the seat.

Is it Cositore's fault that the backing he had for the Flanagan backed out? Will that affect his judgement on the bench? Does that bad business deal take away his knowledge and application of law?
Local

Tully, NY

#9 Sep 24, 2010
I guess we will have to wait until next year... but this town is just going down...down...down... with one of the choices....
Did Mr.Marsden step down after the deadline?? Why cant the Town Board find someone with talent,and that is not a crock..or lie to people and really have the insight to help Malone and not for there own agenda... oh wait they all fit the description...
Taxpayer

Schenectady, NY

#10 Sep 24, 2010
OUA812 wrote:
I'll take the local boy.
I found it humorous that Cositore got the temporary appointment when he still owes thousands to local business. He's a crook.
Why do you have to be so nasty? There is no call for such uncivil talk and besides, you have mischaracterized what happened.
Mr. Cositore invested and lost a large sum of his own money too. Not on purpose but just like the millions of others who lost businesses, banks and even their own homes during the recession.
The definition of a crook is one who steals to enrich himself; Mr. Cositore went broke and is NOT a crook.
You should apologize to everyone here for dragging this thread into the mud so quickly.
Mr. Cositore is an attorney who, according to the newspaper has worked as a prosecutor in the past; he is an excellent choice.
Community2

Syracuse, NY

#11 Sep 24, 2010
Cositore has local, personal liens. And Town Court is the court for Small Claims. How will they handle conflict of interest? I wouldn't be satisfied with passing it over to his working partner.

Also, he was involved in two businesses - Flanaghan and Racetrack. Not a great record.

And I hear that there was a Malone attorney presented at the Town Board meeting who would take on the three month appointment, but several people were HOT to have Cositore and only Cositore.

Fishy, very fishy.
Community2

Syracuse, NY

#12 Sep 24, 2010
ps.

Howard M. and Kevin Nichols maneuvered the Dems caucus, not letting people know who were interested, then brought in Reville.

And Howard was one of those at the Town Board meeting who was HOT to appoint Cositore. And ONLY Cositore.

Fishy, very fishy.
Taxpayer

Schenectady, NY

#13 Sep 24, 2010
Community2 wrote:
Cositore has local, personal liens. And Town Court is the court for Small Claims. How will they handle conflict of interest? I wouldn't be satisfied with passing it over to his working partner.
Also, he was involved in two businesses - Flanaghan and Racetrack. Not a great record.
And I hear that there was a Malone attorney presented at the Town Board meeting who would take on the three month appointment, but several people were HOT to have Cositore and only Cositore.
Fishy, very fishy.
It is not fishy, there was no other attorney interested in that job according to the people present at the Town Board meeting, where did you get that information?
It is so unfair to state an unattributed "fact" that has no source or way to validate it and use that to make a decision about someone and start crippling rumors.

As far as sitting in judgement on his own cases, that court handles only small claims and naturally any case involving a princilple of the court would be handed to another court altogether.

You are dead wrong about personal liens against him, there are none on file in the docket.

Please try not to be so demeaning to a person whose only crime was that he tried to start a business projecthat failed, if it were't for people like him, this country wouldn't even exist.
Community2

Syracuse, NY

#14 Sep 24, 2010
No liens against Cositore? Big wrong.

And as for conflicts - how about one of his creditors comes to the court? Not his own case obviously.

And not only was Tammy Gordon interested, she agreed to do it and was presented to the Town Board.

Your info is incorrect.

But the stinkiest part is Howard and Nichols manipulating the caucus. Remember folks, controlling the caucus pretty well controls the election. Here is a nice clear example.

Dems, if you want good candidates - dump Nichols! Same to the Repubs for Ellis. And if you vote for Howard, you deserve what you get.
Blue color47

Troy, NY

#15 Sep 24, 2010
It is happening.TX you are one of his money holder.OR you are holder of corporation UUIC.Freeport .ny. where m.f.a was born check this from 1996 and up.Local courts news.Interesting.mm
Taxpayer

Schenectady, NY

#16 Sep 24, 2010
Absolutly no liens against him, none, your info is wrong. Liens are on file against the company in which he was a partner-big difference.
There is no public record about Tammy and she was NOT at the meeting, so it is not a fact.

Blue color, what are you trying to say, honestly I don't understan.
And stop saying things that are not true, I am not related to him or have a financial interest with him.
hanna

Latham, NY

#17 Sep 24, 2010
Community2 wrote:
No liens against Cositore? Big wrong.
And as for conflicts - how about one of his creditors comes to the court? Not his own case obviously.
And not only was Tammy Gordon interested, she agreed to do it and was presented to the Town Board.
Your info is incorrect.
But the stinkiest part is Howard and Nichols manipulating the caucus. Remember folks, controlling the caucus pretty well controls the election. Here is a nice clear example.
Dems, if you want good candidates - dump Nichols! Same to the Repubs for Ellis. And if you vote for Howard, you deserve what you get.
I would be surprised if Tammy wanted it as she represents children in the court system, my guess her case load is full. Why didn't the DA ask her? Franks ucc holding corp my have liens but he personaly does not, & foreclosure on personal homes maybe listed in court because all short sales are listed as such because banks can go after you for the remainder of balance after house is sold for less then what is owed. Also it is honorable that he didn't file bankrupcy which he could have done just like Donald trump & started fresh the donald has filed about 4 times so far & by the way ripped contractors off for millions, Franks liens aren't even close to that.
OUA812

United States

#18 Sep 24, 2010
I'm not apologizing. What I said was true. He is certainly more qualified than Reville, but I don't like the fact that he has debt to local vendors.
Taxpayer

Schenectady, NY

#19 Sep 24, 2010
OUA812 wrote:
I'm not apologizing. What I said was true. He is certainly more qualified than Reville, but I don't like the fact that he has debt to local vendors.
What you said was not true, HE does not owe local vendors, the company he owned PART of does and the company ran out of money and was unable to secure financing because of the national banking crisis. He lost everything he had, that is not what a crook is.
It is sad when someone fails in a business and it does not deserve our contempt.
You are dead wrong in holding him in contempt because you would have us believe that he profited or stiffed the vendors on purpose and that is not true.

Most businesses fail, thank the good lord that people keep trying, we can't all work for the government or Walmart.
Sam

New York, NY

#20 Sep 24, 2010
Community2 wrote:
Cositore has local, personal liens. And Town Court is the court for Small Claims. How will they handle conflict of interest? I wouldn't be satisfied with passing it over to his working partner.
Also, he was involved in two businesses - Flanaghan and Racetrack. Not a great record.
And I hear that there was a Malone attorney presented at the Town Board meeting who would take on the three month appointment, but several people were HOT to have Cositore and only Cositore.
Fishy, very fishy.
How will they handle confict of interest with Reville?? He was born and raised here, and working with the fire department he knows ALOT of people! Anytime anyone would come up he knew, it would be a conflict of interest and he would have to recuse himself! Would not be an issue with Cositore because he is not from here. I don't know of any liens he may have, but he is an attorney who knows the law which by my book makes him more than qualified!

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