Park Street Tire
Billy

Salem, MO

#85 Mar 7, 2013
Bill wrote:
<quoted text>That little bit of income is better than nothing.Where do you suggest they look for a job? There's nothing in this area that will pay any better.If there were available jobs don't you think they would be already there? It's not probably very realistic for them to travel out of the area to work, the wage they would make would probably not be enough to drive every day and still bring home enough to live on.
There are plenty available jobs in this town. It very hard to find people sober enough to do them. The work force out there is pretty slim picikins. There are jobs for those willing to work.
klop

United States

#86 Mar 7, 2013
Bill wrote:
<quoted text>That little bit of income is better than nothing.Where do you suggest they look for a job? There's nothing in this area that will pay any better.If there were available jobs don't you think they would be already there? It's not probably very realistic for them to travel out of the area to work, the wage they would make would probably not be enough to drive every day and still bring home enough to live on.
If the place you work for was ran like park street then you should be out looking for a new job. The city gave them thirty days to pay taxes or they are shutting off power. Really you gonna wait thirty days to find a job? There is no jobs around here. Get a jump start on it. Never mind. You can't argue with stupid!
Bill

Salem, MO

#87 Mar 7, 2013
Billy wrote:
<quoted text>There are plenty available jobs in this town. It very hard to find people sober enough to do them. The work force out there is pretty slim picikins. There are jobs for those willing to work.
Tell me where are these jobs?
Bill

Salem, MO

#88 Mar 8, 2013
klop wrote:
<quoted text>
If the place you work for was ran like park street then you should be out looking for a new job. The city gave them thirty days to pay taxes or they are shutting off power. Really you gonna wait thirty days to find a job? There is no jobs around here. Get a jump start on it. Never mind. You can't argue with stupid!
Well that was well said.And I'll repeat part of what you said."YOU CAN'T ARGUE WITH STUPID." But I'll try.Almost everyone on this thread wants to see Frank fail.WHY? Frank has the best work ethic of anyone I know. He only wants to make a living just as you and I.If Frank fails so will many other people.Are you so mean hearted that you want to see them fail also? Can you do any better? You are an ass!!Scrape all your money together and do better, or shut up.Tell me where are these jobs that are so easy to find? You have a very narrow view of how things work.I hope everything works out for Frank.
klop

United States

#90 Mar 8, 2013
Ok so I'm not going to argue so I will concede. Go ahead stay there with a failing business, and just hope for the best. When the shop goes under, and I say when not if, then you can go look for a job. Hopefully you can get some unemployment and it starts right away and not four or five weeks later. I have had business dealing with him and some of his crew. I know how he treats some and how he treats others. Even his close friends can't stand him for too long. But hey, good luck.
Fred

Clinton, MO

#91 Mar 8, 2013
klop wrote:
<quoted text>If the place you work for was ran like park street then you should be out looking for a new job. The city gave them thirty days to pay taxes or they are shutting off power. Really you gonna wait thirty days to find a job? There is no jobs around here. Get a jump start on it. Never mind. You can't argue with stupid!

How do you know the city gave him 30 day and that he can't pay his taxes ?
klop

United States

#92 Mar 8, 2013
Fred wrote:
<quoted text>How do you know the city gave him 30 day and that he can't pay his taxes ?
Ever go to a alderman meeting. And this is Salem. Everybody knows every bodies business. They were not the only ones.
City employee

Salem, MO

#93 Mar 8, 2013
klop wrote:
<quoted text>
If the place you work for was ran like park street then you should be out looking for a new job. The city gave them thirty days to pay taxes or they are shutting off power. Really you gonna wait thirty days to find a job? There is no jobs around here. Get a jump start on it. Never mind. You can't argue with stupid!
Since when does the city cut off power for not paying taxes? You are making this up. I have never bought any tires there bit I don't like liars.
Wow

Clinton, MO

#94 Mar 8, 2013
Sounds to me someone has a beef with Frank, and instead of being an adult they post it on topix!
timmy

Holden, MO

#95 Mar 8, 2013
City employee wrote:
<quoted text>Since when does the city cut off power for not paying taxes? You are making this up. I have never bought any tires there bit I don't like liars.
You cannot obtain a city business license without showing proof of paid property and sales tax. If you do not obtain a business license the city will disconnect the utilities to the business.
Billy

Salem, MO

#96 Mar 8, 2013
They have not paid taxes since 2010. They have not had a merchants license since 2010. The city gave them 90 days to pay all taxes and obtain the license then their utilities will be cut if not paid. Its about time!!! There are about 50 business in this town that weren't operating legally. About time the city has taken action. I will not do business with any business if they are not doing as they are supposed to.
Right

United States

#97 Mar 9, 2013
50 businesses in town not operating legally? I didn't know there were 50 businesses in Salem. Wow.
klop

United States

#98 Mar 9, 2013
I was also told 50 businesses and didn't know whether to believe that part or not. I do know however about the shutting off of the utilities and the no merchants license. The old ones are still hanging up. I looked the other day and it says 2010.
Salem Employee

Salem, MO

#100 Mar 9, 2013
klop wrote:
I was also told 50 businesses and didn't know whether to believe that part or not. I do know however about the shutting off of the utilities and the no merchants license. The old ones are still hanging up. I looked the other day and it says 2010.
Why were you there looking at the business license if you hate the place?
klop

United States

#101 Mar 9, 2013
Never said I hated the place.
Billy

Salem, MO

#102 Mar 10, 2013
Yes, 50 business's is what I was told by one of the city alderman, sounds a little high, but that's what I was told. I didn't go around and check each business.
YEP

United States

#103 Mar 10, 2013
I bet he votes against the school tax, Way to go Frank, I am voting against it also.
Linda

Rolla, MO

#104 Mar 10, 2013
True,its very hard to pay taxes now,no need to vote and make them go even higher people will start moveing out then where will the tax monies come from. Vote NO!
Well

Salem, MO

#105 Mar 10, 2013
If the taxes that are due were paid, mabe they wouldn't be asking for an increase.
Zach789

Loup City, NE

#106 Mar 19, 2013
Brought the rally car there for new suspension setup and tires. We were on a time crunch before a race and needed to get it done fast, otherwise i would have done it myself. It ended up being a week before they even decided to touch it. I had them swap tires real quick, drove it down the road to Dewayne's, and he took care of it all real quick for us.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Salem Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
puppy mill smiths mommy loses in court 10 min trump 2018 6
roadhouse 59 min Moose 10
The Strebes 2 hr Jacoby 5
funeral chasers (Jan '11) 3 hr Gwyenth 15
4th street mall (Mar '16) 19 hr donna 29
The confederate flag help us identify all the b... 20 hr Lee 22
Trump is a spectacularly bad president. Wed old guy 38

Salem Jobs

More from around the web

Personal Finance

Salem Mortgages