Whitehall plan to oppose lease of All...

Whitehall plan to oppose lease of Allentown water and sewer moves forward

There are 10 comments on the WFMZ story from Oct 1, 2012, titled Whitehall plan to oppose lease of Allentown water and sewer moves forward. In it, WFMZ reports that:

Mayor Ed Pawlowski's idea to lease Allentown's water and sewer system is getting static from officials of a community that depends on the city for wastewater treatment.

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silly rabbit

Schwenksville, PA

#1 Oct 2, 2012
Now all the rest that apposed the NIZ will be joining with whitehall to destroy this idea? Just think the king has said money in hand for the mudhole arena?
A-town Observer

Allentown, PA

#2 Oct 3, 2012
4 Hours.
silly rabbit

Dublin, PA

#3 Oct 3, 2012
A-town Observer wrote:
4 Hours.
First of all it is a conflict of intrest for bankers to be in land owning or housing market. Than there is the insurance on the money just in case of bankrupty so the banks are covered either way?

This is almost like the mayor telling LVR prez, compliments jennings paperwork trail, The next time realators about discrimintory housing sale practicise that always have and still will go on in the lehighvalley?
get out

Northampton, PA

#4 Oct 3, 2012
A-town Observer wrote:
4 Hours.
Another one of your posts of merit, eh Ward Rat ?
A-town Observer

Allentown, PA

#5 Oct 4, 2012
silly rabbit wrote:
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First of all it is a conflict of intrest for bankers to be in land owning or housing market. Than there is the insurance on the money just in case of bankrupty so the banks are covered either way?
This is almost like the mayor telling LVR prez, compliments jennings paperwork trail, The next time realators about discrimintory housing sale practicise that always have and still will go on in the lehighvalley?
LMFAO as I drive by typing and seeing more work being done already and knowing that next week the more visible construction will be starting. THANKS ED YOUR BRILLIANT!!! DON'T WORRY ABOUT THESE JEALOUS SCRAPPY CRITICS. They are just mad because you have made a template for success here in Allentown like no other mayor even came close to doing and never will! Your going down in Allentown history as the best mayor. PERIOD!
silly rabbit

Coatesville, PA

#6 Oct 4, 2012
What about the contracts held by the LCWA that entity is just above awa and below state levels. There is still unattended too actions or lack there of for both if not all three? Take a good LOOK OUT your hole?
get out

Northampton, PA

#7 Oct 4, 2012
A-town Observer wrote:
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LMFAO as I drive by typing and seeing more work being done already and knowing that next week the more visible construction will be starting. THANKS ED YOUR BRILLIANT!!! DON'T WORRY ABOUT THESE JEALOUS SCRAPPY CRITICS. They are just mad because you have made a template for success here in Allentown like no other mayor even came close to doing and never will! Your going down in Allentown history as the best mayor. PERIOD!
Are you ever going to explain why you think this project will save Allentown when similar attempts have failed right next door in New Jersey ? Are you really that drunk on Special Ed's spunk ?
silly rabbit

Reading, PA

#8 Oct 4, 2012
get out wrote:
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Are you ever going to explain why you think this project will save Allentown when similar attempts have failed right next door in New Jersey ? Are you really that drunk on Special Ed's spunk ?
Just maybe AO AO you swollow speicial eds spunk?
Ceelee

United States

#9 Oct 4, 2012
All they have to do now is clean up the city. Most people dont mind going to atown to watch an iron pigs game but theyre not spending money in center city after the game. Everybody is scared of atown and the city needs better leadership like sal panto
silly rabbit

Holyoke, MA

#10 Oct 5, 2012
Just hopeing allentown can pay the debt service, but from local fiscal anulists and the pension problem?

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