Littlestown fires manager

Littlestown fires manager

There are 66 comments on the Evening Sun story from Aug 30, 2010, titled Littlestown fires manager. In it, Evening Sun reports that:

Littlestown Borough Manager Linda Hess was fired Monday night after a tie vote by the town's Borough Council was broken by the mayor.

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Gettysburg, PA

#64 Aug 31, 2010
Can the rest of Adams County just kick Littlestown out? It's like our red-headed step-child. Seriously, let them go join Carroll County or something.

Williamsport, PA

#65 Aug 31, 2010
Resident wrote:
Does this mean the pool prices will go back down? Let's face it everyone is having hard times$$$. I understand it has a slide now and some other updates. From my understanding the slides were donated by the eagles yet, let's up the rates!!!! A business trying to make a community better yet, the people running it wants to make a profit off of it!!! U all should b ashamed of yourselves!!! Next, get the oh mighty pool manager out of there too!! Karma, karma, karma. Littlestown is a joke!!
The pool manager had nonething to do with the prices going up. That was the Borough desicision to do that.
The Hat Man

Chester Springs, PA

#66 Sep 1, 2010
I think the council should stand no the street in stupid looking hats and direct traffic for school kids for 1 month each, as punishment for being stupid.
concerned citizen

Newburg, PA

#67 Sep 1, 2010
It is way past due to get rid of that incompetant dictator. Good bye, Hess!!
WOW wrote:
The ONLY person who cared about Littlestown and answered emails and phone calls and you fired her. Election time is coming one day you bunch of weasels and YOU will be gone as well.
Again and Again

Downingtown, PA

#68 Sep 1, 2010
What qualifications are needed to run for council? What do the people of the Littlestown want as far as changes. Seriously I can't screw up any more than the current council has.
It's easy, a resident of the Borough for one (1) year and a registered voter. No intelligence required.

United States

#69 Sep 1, 2010
Again and Again wrote:
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It's easy, a resident of the Borough for one (1) year and a registered voter. No intelligence required.
WOW!! That's it? I have that all covered, I like to think I have some intellect.I guess we'll see.

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