Millcreek's Figaski on the job as supervisor

Jan 4, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Erie Times-News

Richard Figaski took the oath of office as a Millcreek supervisor, then took on one of his campaign issues.

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Anon

Ringgold, GA

#44 Jul 20, 2011
Millcreek needs to leave the 3rd class township behind. 3rd class townships are OK out in the boonies but Millcreek has enough population to be a 3rd class CITY. Kujawa and McGrath need to move the township into the 21st century, not hold it back. I don't usually agree with Figaski, Weber's mouthpiece and puppet, but getting rid of roadmaster supervisors is the right move. A township manager and a board of supervisors paid a small monhtly fee is a step in the right direction to a better run township.
CRANK

Erie, PA

#45 Jul 20, 2011
Less Taxes Please wrote:
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Both Kujawa and McGrath had their re-election petitions signed andd distributed in the Millcreek Township building. Look it up or ask them. 2 faced at its best. They only want to protect their cushy, do nothing jobs -$70,000+ per year. I think Brian takes 8 week svacation per year as well. Thats 2 months. Works ten months per year.
Gee. If true that's a month more than the teachers you seem to always be supportive of. Why the double standard here? Because Figaski is a flame thrower? What has he done that is positive for Millcreek since he got there, besides fight with everyone about everything? Its easy to be a roadblock like Figaski. Its a little tougher to be a road builder.
and again

Erie, PA

#46 Jul 21, 2011
Anon wrote:
Millcreek needs to leave the 3rd class township behind. 3rd class townships are OK out in the boonies but Millcreek has enough population to be a 3rd class CITY. Kujawa and McGrath need to move the township into the 21st century, not hold it back. I don't usually agree with Figaski, Weber's mouthpiece and puppet, but getting rid of roadmaster supervisors is the right move. A township manager and a board of supervisors paid a small monhtly fee is a step in the right direction to a better run township.
I see Donna Reese also signing up with Figaski and Weber. She has a message to support the petition on her business sign. I wondered if she was in cahoots with them. Guess so!
creeker

Waterford, PA

#47 Jul 21, 2011
Remember Figaski is the guy that sued the township (and taxpayers) for big bucks. He wanted to be chief of police and when he didn't get it, he retired and started collecting that big pension. Now he's out to get the guys that didn't make him chief. Figaski and Weber make a great pair.
Anon

Ringgold, GA

#48 Jul 21, 2011
You know how to tell when Weber is lying?Figasksi's mouth is moving.
CRANK

Erie, PA

#49 Aug 1, 2011
Anon wrote:
You know how to tell when Weber is lying?Figasksi's mouth is moving.
How many do you think will ACTUALLY catch on to that? Enough?

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