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Taxed Enough Already

Dravosburg, PA

#1 Nov 21, 2013
http://triblive.com/neighborhoods/yourmckeesp...

Way to go Jimmy Boy! We can all afford another $0.28 per gallon!

Dolt.
Way it is

Aliquippa, PA

#2 Nov 22, 2013
Taxed Enough Already wrote:
http://triblive.com/neighborho ods/yourmckeesport/yourmckeesp ortmore/5113035-74/brewster-pr evailing-yes#axzz2lKt6eVKy
Way to go Jimmy Boy! We can all afford another $0.28 per gallon!
Dolt.
Remember, Brewster is on the other end, also collecting the money.
Senator Jim Brewster Appointed to Port Authority's Board of Directors
Aug 14, 2013 - Jim Brewster, the former McKeesport mayor, to the Port Authority of Allegheny County's board of ...
http://www.visitmonroeville.com/senator-jim-b...

His "pretend" relectance to sign yes to the bill is just that, a pretend show for the public. He will vote yes at every opportunity for money.
Way it is

Aliquippa, PA

#3 Nov 22, 2013
Brewster was given his endorsement and start for senator from Sean Logan, former representative of UPMC. Now Sean Logan is part of Visit Monroeville, reason for the announcement for Brewster on Logan's Monroeville web site.
Way it is

Aliquippa, PA

#4 Nov 22, 2013
Basically, like Rep. Gergely taking care of Ronald Melocchi aka Porky, Brewster is taking care of the Port Authority. Conflict of interest.
Homer Simpson

West Mifflin, PA

#5 Nov 22, 2013
brewster is eating steak while you peons are eating swansons frozen pot pies
HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!
White Lightning

Elizabeth, PA

#6 Nov 22, 2013
Typical Mon-Valley Democrat corruption . Logan got in trouble (votes) & stepped down to avoid more Dem troubles. Lil Jimmy was the next likely puppet for that position . Being from MuckSleazeport & doctrinated by Louie the Section 8 King - he is no more than another Poverty Pimp using Welfare beggars & Section 8 dollars to support & finance his bootlickers & ball-less MDC & corrupt skool bored ass kissers. Why wouldn't he want more taxes from the working class - these mon-valley Dems are no different than the career-human parasites they use to bring in 'mo Gubmint money'. Ya need a clearer explanation ?
Chico

Natrona Heights, PA

#7 Nov 22, 2013
What amazes me now brewsters daughter on council what a sick town with a sicker mayor!
Paul

West Mifflin, PA

#8 Nov 22, 2013
and you vote her in with her horse teeth.......amazing you people in that town need a good ass fisting
Bye Bye

Baden, PA

#9 Nov 22, 2013
James Brewsters told his daughter to get on the ballot. He said, "look honey just put your name on the ballot, no others are interested anymore." Easy vote winner, without competition of any kind.

Now everything Brewster and Cherepko want, she'll vote for them. Easy.

No one in McKeesport wants to see a circus with the suspender clown, Elash.
CCD Dude

Elizabeth, PA

#10 Jan 1, 2014
Wut ya expect ?? He's just another greedy mon-valley dem-o-rat . Worse he's from this ghetto where they learn to screw the taxpayers & take advantage of that gubmint money - just like the parasites they cater to for money .
Truth or Consequenses

Mckeesport, PA

#13 Apr 30, 2014
Ness wrote:
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Mericle nailed for lying! Wow!
How about all those drug busts the student mayor proclaimed that the Daily News is not reporting to the public?
Who do you think just might be concocting an erroneous statement to play to the audience but neglected to recognize a very astute, honest, and alert reporter the audience who was unfairly insulted by a lie..
Some say and believe that the lies may have stated outside a classroom door at Cornell School when undefinable sounds were emanating from within.

They seemed to continued uninterrupted to the Versailles Avenue town hall type meeting with his favorite news reporter present who he threw under the bus with a lie about some unreported drug busts. He got caught red-faced on this one!

Who do you believe? The Porkster said he owns the City but the student mayor said that is not true. The Porkster and his cohorts operate without impunity until the PSP and AG conduct numerous raids The MPD did not participate in the raids, in fact three of their former officers were indicted. You draw your own conclusion about who lied or provided protection?
Martin L

Homestead, PA

#14 Apr 30, 2014
we are free, free, free at last
Indicted Own the System

Mckeesport, PA

#15 Apr 30, 2014
Martin L wrote:
we are free, free, free at last
Free by impunity and the Porkster owing the City, MASD, MPD, and Recreation board, and hundreds of gaming devices.
Betty Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#16 Apr 30, 2014
the indictments will stop with the 16 gambling crooks.
all is well in the port. HAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!
The Fat Lady Did Not Sing

Mckeesport, PA

#17 Apr 30, 2014
Betty Bush wrote:
the indictments will stop with the 16 gambling crooks.
all is well in the port. HAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!
Then why did the PA 37th grand jury subpoena at least three persons with knowledge about some of those involved with the gambling but not yet indicted?

I think you may be jumping to a wishful conclusion to exonerate your self or your friends.

The grand grand jury question? Who sold the City, Police Department, MASD, and Recreation Board to the indicted Porkster? And for how much? This is the indicting and conviction question?
Jacobs Ladder

West Mifflin, PA

#18 Apr 30, 2014
The Fat Lady Did Not Sing wrote:
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Then why did the PA 37th grand jury subpoena at least three persons with knowledge about some of those involved with the gambling but not yet indicted?
I think you may be jumping to a wishful conclusion to exonerate your self or your friends.
The grand grand jury question? Who sold the City, Police Department, MASD, and Recreation Board to the indicted Porkster? And for how much? This is the indicting and conviction question?
you got wrong information,plus the ones subpoenaed didn't give out anything worth while. God! you want to lock everyone up..........ms Kane will find out just like the philly gang got off the hook..........you're clueless. I mean really?
The Fat Lady Did Not Sing

Mckeesport, PA

#19 May 1, 2014
Jacobs Ladder wrote:
<quoted text> you got wrong information,plus the ones subpoenaed didn't give out anything worth while. God! you want to lock everyone up..........ms Kane will find out just like the philly gang got off the hook..........you're clueless. I mean really?
You say that I am wrong and you are right. Let us compromise that we are both 50% correct.

You must be one of the 23 juries sitting on the 37th grand jury if you know that nothing worthwhile was provided by their testimony.

Or, it is possible on the other hand if you know the three who were subpoenaed and they told you in their judgment they revealed nothing to harm their policitial friends and did not commit perjury.

However, it just so happens that one of the subpoenaed may not be so establishment friendly and his career future could be in balance with a pending felony. Even probation could prohibit him from owning any weapons.

I suspect and predict that this very knowledge and former insider will be swayed by the instinct of self-preservation. Hence, there is a high probability to cooperate and vanquish any felony and probation punishments. Any means justifies the ends.

I only would like to see justice fairly and equally dispensed. If indicted, found guilty, and convicted in court, I would like to see the person or persons locked up if such is within the sentencing guidelines.
sniffer

West Mifflin, PA

#20 May 1, 2014
The Fat Lady Did Not Sing wrote:
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You say that I am wrong and you are right. Let us compromise that we are both 50% correct.
You must be one of the 23 juries sitting on the 37th grand jury if you know that nothing worthwhile was provided by their testimony.
Or, it is possible on the other hand if you know the three who were subpoenaed and they told you in their judgment they revealed nothing to harm their policitial friends and did not commit perjury.
However, it just so happens that one of the subpoenaed may not be so establishment friendly and his career future could be in balance with a pending felony. Even probation could prohibit him from owning any weapons.
I suspect and predict that this very knowledge and former insider will be swayed by the instinct of self-preservation. Hence, there is a high probability to cooperate and vanquish any felony and probation punishments. Any means justifies the ends.
I only would like to see justice fairly and equally dispensed. If indicted, found guilty, and convicted in court, I would like to see the person or persons locked up if such is within the sentencing guidelines.
Your 50% is wrong
The Fat Lady Did Not Sing

Mckeesport, PA

#21 May 1, 2014
sniffer wrote:
<quoted text> Your 50% is wrong
So are you! This kind of makes us equal!

If AG Kathy Kane does her job, then someone could be toast? That is well done toast!
Helen

West Mifflin, PA

#22 Aug 28, 2014
Flyover Ramp pays off BIG TIME !!

Thanks Jimmy !! You da man !!

More jobs coming to McKeesport !!

$8 million Duquesne Light facility opens in McKeesport

By Eric Slagle
Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014, 5:11 a.m.




Duquesne Light officially opened its new McKeesport Service Center.

The utility company celebrated the opening of the $8 million facility in RIDC Riverplace Industrial Center of McKeesport with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, an event attended by company staff, elected officials and others involved with the construction of the 29,000-square-foot center.

“McKeesport has been a good home for Duquesne Light,” utility president Rich Riazzi said, noting the new facility is replacing an outdated service center in the city's residential Tenth Ward.

Riazzi said transportation in and out of the old center along Atlantic Avenue was challenging for staff operating heavy equipment and moving materials.

Duquesne Light senior governmental representative Ken Varhola said without the construction several years ago of a flyover ramp accessing the industrial park at Coursin Street,“It's safe to say we probably wouldn't be in this location today.”

U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle, D-Forest Hills, who helped gain funding for the $12 million flyover ramp into the park, said the bridge has spurred development there since its opening in October 2011. Before the ramp over railroad tracks was built, he said, businesses in the park “were prisoners to trains.”

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