Barnett upbeat about Rochester Hills

Barnett upbeat about Rochester Hills

There are 27 comments on the Hometown Life story from Feb 28, 2007, titled Barnett upbeat about Rochester Hills. In it, Hometown Life reports that:

Though it's no secret the state's economy is suffering, it will be an upbeat Rochester Hills Mayor Bryan Barnett who takes the city hall podium tonight for his first State of the City address.

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Tom

Lincoln Park, MI

#21 Nov 8, 2007
Theresa-
Glad you paid back Erik. We did it.
Marie1957

United States

#22 Nov 8, 2007
It truly is a sad day for Rochester HIlls. The residents will have no voice in our community. Barnett's slate took thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from Aragona and REI/Schostak and many others. This is fact and of public record.. Barnett, Pixley, and Webber want thousands more from these developers/property owners and will do what ever they want. The widening of Adams and Tienken roads is also a done deal.
I thought Pixley pledged to run a clean campaign. Where was his outrage when a flier and then rest of the slayte was sent out out to the city with lies about the other candiates?
Barnett, Pixley and Webber ar empty "dandies" as a senior resident shared with me recently.
Rochester Hills residents you got the government you deserve!
Paul

Detroit, MI

#23 Nov 8, 2007
Wow! I disagree strongly!!!!
With Barnett, you will get a more open government then you ever had with any other mayor. If you want to give your opinion to him, go on Thursdays when he has open hours as ask him yourself what his position is on Adams and Tienken and any other street.

Although the idea to widen Adams begun when Byran was in grade school by Ken Snell, it will not happen simply for two reasons: 1) Oakland University owns the land on both sides of Adams. On the west side is a brand new golf course which they will not tear down and the other side is the faculty subdivision which has houses close to Adams. Since it is state land, the city cannot condemn it. State land trumps city. In addition, the city does not have the money to widen it anyway.

I have known Barnett for a long time. Go and talk with him. He will give you an honest answer and he will appreciate hearing your opinion.
Marie1957 wrote:
It truly is a sad day for Rochester HIlls. The residents will have no voice in our community. Barnett's slate took thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from Aragona and REI/Schostak and many others. This is fact and of public record.. Barnett, Pixley, and Webber want thousands more from these developers/property owners and will do what ever they want. The widening of Adams and Tienken roads is also a done deal.
I thought Pixley pledged to run a clean campaign. Where was his outrage when a flier and then rest of the slayte was sent out out to the city with lies about the other candiates?
Barnett, Pixley and Webber ar empty "dandies" as a senior resident shared with me recently.
Rochester Hills residents you got the government you deserve!
A taxpayer

Pontiac, MI

#24 Jan 1, 2008
Frances wrote:
This entire thread is sadly typical of the anti-Barnett camp -- spiteful, angry, nonfactual. Everything Barnett does is wrong, but somehow when E-man does the same thing, that's OK. It is a shame that the campaign has devolved to this finger-pointing.
Tell me, if Barnett is elected, will you accept that his approach is what the residents want, and accept that your opiniion is in the minority? Will you be able to respect the wishes of your fellow residents?
Let's take a wait and see approach instead of passing out the kool-aid, shall we? He's been selected now let's see his political chops. I sincerely doubt he is any kind of a boy wonder. When developers pay money to elect a slate you know that trouble is on the way. Stay tuned Rochester area residents, and don't forget to visit your area park lands as they and other green spaces may disappear all too soon. Perhaps the contributers to the slate's campaign will pony up all the money necessary to clean the ground up completely and put in a few more nice parks for area residents. Somehow I think most pragmatic people know that this is not true. Pragmatic is what you might call negative, when actually it is just a realistic point of view based on the facts at hand.
I I I

Rochester, MI

#25 Mar 4, 2017
Isn't it he CITY OF ROCHESTER HILLS?
What is the full name of PUBLIC SERVANT BARNETT?
Who is the independent bond writer for the CITY OF ROCHESTER HILLS and OAKLAND COUNTY?
Which of the actors are foreign agents?
Was there ever full disclosure?
Have these actors been pirating me?
Don't the actors harass me?
Is that what the trustees are supposed to do to the executress?
Am I the age of majority?
Why have I been conned and harassed and held at gun point to fill out papers in black?
Do I want to be in any directory?
Am terminating any and all status ab initio with any and all political parties ab initio?
How is Ms JAMES DUISTERMARS?
How is Ms JEFFREY MATIS?
How is Ms BRENDA SAVAGE?
Do any of their business cards ever properly identify them?
Why is the style of the letters on the signs not styled as if they are corporations?
Where are their business licenses?
Why does the SECRETARY OF STATE not license the MICHIGAN BAR ACTORS?
Didn't Congress say that lawyers are communists?
Why are communists typically calling the shots from the top of every corporate laddar?
Am I asking for the return o all of my art work within 21 days?
Am I asking for their resignations ab initio?
I I I

Rochester, MI

#26 Mar 4, 2017
Am I asking any and all actors to cease and desist ab initio including any and all PUBLIC SERVANTS called deputies?
I I I

Rochester, MI

#27 Mar 4, 2017
Wasn't there ineffective assistance of counsel?
Weren't all taxes prepaid under administrative rules?
Don't I rescind any and all right to vote ab initio?
Don't I terminate any and all registrations ab initio?
Am I reserving any and all rights ab initio?
Didn't the public library refuse to have books on the uniform commercial codes?
When was I ever educated about trusts, rightful heir, ecclesiastical law, talmudic law, masonic court distress and other symbols, or educated that blue ink is or the living and black ink is for the dead?
Doesn't the CITY OF ROCHESTER HILLS and OAKLAND COUNTY maliciously have only black ink available?
Didn't Abraham Lincoln free the slaves?
Isn't being told I have to do something, coersion?
Why am I not being paid my portion of the public utilities?
Wasn't my intention to participate in elections?
Was there any malice in calling me a votor?
Don't I elect myself ab initio?

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