Detroit EM eyes regional water system

Mar 16, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: detroitnews.com

Newly minted emergency manager Kevyn Orr signaled Friday he is open to finding ways to generate cash from the city's assets like the water system, and may revisit plans to run Belle Isle as a state park.

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Pete

Livonia, MI

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Mar 16, 2013
 
It's disquieting to learn that Mr. Orr failed to pay two liens on his house until notified this week. You don't get liens on your property without official notice and this spanned back to 2011. He previously has liens from 2009-10 that he earlier paid so he was aware of the process. I don't see how he can blame this on his tax service for four year's of unpaid bills that got to the lien stasge. Does all his mail go to a tax service? I don't think so. This sparks of the way Pugh came on the political scene and then we found out he was in foreclosure and much more. He turned into a bust as council president. Let's hope Orr does more.
Ronald

Long Beach, CA

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Mar 16, 2013
 
It was not hard to figure out the outcome of the White ruling class appointing an African to "solve" the mess the stolen Africans made out of the one-time first-world city of Detroit.

After subsidizing African ruled Detroit with preliminaries such as extending vital infrastructures - such as subsidies cleverly extorted by extending into neighboring White cities "regional" water and other failed infrastructure systems, massive amounts of taxpayer moneys will be demanded to "solve" "the problem". Left unsaid, of course, is the fact that the real problem is the stolen Africans themselves.

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Pete

Livonia, MI

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Mar 16, 2013
 
We must do something. The climate here does not support growing watermelons or cotton. We can do chickens though and Detroit needs to recognize the Right to Farm Act and allow unlimited chicken ranching.
bensleys best

Nashua, NH

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Mar 17, 2013
 

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you could always unionize drug dealers.

make them join the international brother hood of amalgamated drug dealer and storm door repairmen local 16664725t.

working to restrictive union rules would slow down drug sales and shootings.

the drug dealers would have to pay union dues and taxes on those drug sales. Say does anyone know where does all that drug revenue go ?? somebody in da hood gots lots of money honey? who?, where?, how much?

then post state and federal IRS agents in da hood to tax buyers and sellers, state is missing lots of drug sale taxes here.

then raise taxes on welfare moms, have the moms collect brass after drive by shootings, that brass is worth a lot on at salvage yards.
let moms pick up trash paint schools, do stuff in da hood to earn money and pride.

audit city inspectors make them pay taxes on all of the payoffs they collect.

“Obsidian Princess”

Since: Sep 09

louisiana

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Mar 21, 2013
 
you dogs always wanted to steal detroits regional water system. well you stole every dorn things else on the planet....
Pete

Livonia, MI

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Mar 21, 2013
 

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We will never know how much the suburbs overpaid for water over the years because of poor black management and corruption. Now the suburbs will pay even more for water as a way to support the inner city.

Some of the western suburbs started their own water treatment facility for waste water to save all the Detroit fees. They still had to guarantee a certain amount of sewage coming Detroit's way to keep the system flowing. They get us coming and going.

“Obsidian Princess”

Since: Sep 09

louisiana

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Mar 21, 2013
 
Pete wrote:
We will never know how much the suburbs overpaid for water over the years because of poor black management and corruption. Now the suburbs will pay even more for water as a way to support the inner city.
Some of the western suburbs started their own water treatment facility for waste water to save all the Detroit fees. They still had to guarantee a certain amount of sewage coming Detroit's way to keep the system flowing. They get us coming and going.
boohoo.

you have been trying to steal detroits superior water system for decades.

you should be paying more for everything you got. detroit don't owe your sorry asses any fresh water.

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