#21 Mar 11, 2013
McKeesport neighborhoods are a working person's neighborhoods. GET OVER IT
I was with you until you put this one liner in there.... NO WAY!!!! McKeesport has nothing to do with working people in these Hoods!!!!
#22 Mar 11, 2013
WOW! You're so excited you double-posted AND still came back for a third. Take a breath before you have a heart attack.
I NEVER said I agreed with all the ordinances. Got it? I just wrote that's what they are.
This busy body turned in two convicted murderers, a wife beater, and a petty burglar in my neighborhood.
Is your best response name-calling? How mature of you.
Yes, my mother is proud of me. If your mother read your posts, would she be proud of you?
#23 Mar 12, 2013
This neighbor is proud of you, too. Keep up the good fight, TM!
#24 Mar 12, 2013
A) I am not the only one here who has had browser issues as far as double posts. Going back through some threads, you have experienced this as well. So bite me if you think your butt doesn't stink.
B) You talk down to people and covertly name-call all the time here so its a case of the pot calling the kettle black.
C) There is a major difference between someone turning in legitimate criminals as you claim to have done (facts speak louder than claims) and people complaining about other people making a little noise or having an unregistered car in their driveway, which are the ordinances you specifically listed in your post, apparently advocating them. Repasted here-
PARTICULARLY the line - "I'm the one reminding them about the (rules)"
If that is not what you intended, next time be more clear. If it IS what you advocate, then yes, you would be a busy body.
"If the city doesn't see it, your neighbors will bring it to their attention."
THANK GOD "Troublemaker" is there to remind us all of the rules! Without her, the neighborhood would be anarchy! LOL
Troublemaker is the PERFECT handle for clowns like yourself.....self-riteous do-gooders who nit pick everyone else rather than take care of their own house and mind their business.
Folks like you are the epitome of what is wrong with our country today! And (allegedly) turning in a few real criminals doesn't make up for the real DAMAGE your type cause......statistics say that even the biggest busybody will eventually get a couple right.
#25 Mar 12, 2013
All you have to do is go to this website and see how many ordinances and laws are in place that make little to no sense.
The common thread? They were likely all brought about by some busy body do-gooder who feels others should modify their behavior for THEM.
Most people will look at an ordinance and use a modicum of common sense.
Others will cling tenaciously to the idiotic ordinance or law , usually because it benefits them directly.
#26 Mar 12, 2013
Do you mean like the ordinances that use the force of law to make some pay municipal fees, city property tax, city earned income tax, parking citations, and city business tax except for the well connected few who work in city hall and are exempt because they contribute to the MDC or are friends of the mayor or senator?
#27 Mar 12, 2013
#28 Mar 12, 2013
Bite you? What a screwy expression. Do you like to be bitten, because for most people it hurts. But of you insist, I can get a Rhodesian Ridgeback to bite you. They use them to hunt lions, you know.
I didn't realize it's your family at city hall. If you run for public office or are appointed to one, you have to expect it. And get over it.
They are facts, not claims. I don't need to prove anything to you. I didn't say I advocated the ordinances. I said that TWICE the first time you tried to read my mind.
So... if I find out the police are cruising around for expired plates - as they do from time to time - and my unemployed neighbor can't afford to renew his second car's plate and I give him a head's up, I'm a busy body? Right...
In closing, I'm not reminding everybody of the rules, and yet my neighborhood is not in anarchy. Because of that, I am not a self-righteous do-gooder who nit picks everyone else. I do take care of my house and mind my business.
Obviously you are entitled to your opinion, but I think what's wrong with our country today is people who think they are above the law.
#29 Mar 13, 2013
There is a difference between people who get politcial favors and exceptions and poor ordinances to begin with.
The former can never be completely eradicated due to the nature of politics. A more systemic solution is needed to cure that.
The latter can be solved by not enacting inane ordinances to begin with.
#30 Mar 13, 2013
Just peek at the publicly listed delinquencies on the Prothronotary’s web site for Elash, Carr, and McCall. They are all cohorts of Brewster and Cherepko and MDC supported. Enough said about selective non-enforcement of ordinances.
Another friend and at least one employee pay only a token amount on their business privilege obligations but get a pass because of contributions to the machine and Cherepko.
The City is replete with the internal corruption of cover-ups and the Mayor neglects to enforce tax ordinances. He is as guilty as the scofflaws for his cover-ups. How can Cherepko order the solicitor to use the force of law when the solicitor is the worst scofflaw employee perhaps in the history of the City?
#31 Mar 13, 2013
I like firing my old ATV up and splashing hobos with the fecal mudd that is so prevalent in the Mon Valley. Yeah, baby!!!!
#32 Mar 13, 2013
I looked out there and did find the issues you mention on the site.
Problem is, the site is very sketchy about what is what and why.
First, several of each of the cases were "satisfied" (paid), some are not.
Now, as for the others -- could these be due to disputes in regards to the county tax reassessments perhaps and ongoing issues with that?
You are right to bring these to light IF they are not paying their taxes on purpose. But I know people who are listed on the site in other cities due to their ongoing proceedings in regards to disputes over the reassessments.
I wonder why no one has brought this to light publicly? Could be that there are legit reasons maybe? If not, you are right - this should not be.
But as long as it is only addressed on TOPIX, we will never know.
TOPIX is no place to bring about change....just a place to smear people.....if this is legit, it should be brought to light in a more adult way.......
#33 Mar 13, 2013
The Coulter Councilman pays NO taxes. Satisfied nothing.
#34 Mar 13, 2013
The reassessments are effective for tax year 2013. Carr, Elash, and McCall are deliquent for several years before the reassessments.
Topix is a good place to expose the scofflaws because the Daily News would never print such. These are not smears -- only the truth!
How about their earned income and business taxes which are not public?
#35 Mar 15, 2013
Seems somebody likes to slander and libel...perhaps someone would be liking to get sued by the Man. Yeah baby....got some litigation coming your way, beyotches. Freedom don' come free....law dawg in da house!
#36 Mar 15, 2013
Yes, the data entry clerk for the Prothronoty's office is guily of slander and libel for doing his/her job and making public information public.
Yes, someone should sue them for releasing the truth.
The Port law dag is one of the biggest scofflaws.
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