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Nitro, WV

Nitro Public Works Vehicles Need Major Repairs - Casebolt...

No the mayor doesn't handle I inspection stickers. That would be the city recorder Rita Cox who should be voted out next election and oubliuc works director AJ Hill who should have been removed from his position years ago. Both these foosls are useless.  (Wednesday Mar 11 | post #7)

Nitro, WV

Nitro Public Works Vehicles Need Major Repairs - Casebolt...

Actually it falls on the City Recorder. She is responsible for maintaining those records. So someone should call city hall and wake up Rita Cox. Dave has also been mayor now for 3 years in July. So I guess you will just give that man a pass and go back to Rusty. Dave Casebolt is more corrupt than those he accused of corruption.  (Wednesday Mar 11 | post #5)

Nitro, WV

Nitro Public Works Vehicles Need Major Repairs - Casebolt...

and isn't that what Casebolt accused others of doing?  (Friday Mar 6 | post #2)

Nitro, WV

Nitro Public Works Vehicles Need Major Repairs - Casebolt...

You just can't make this stuff up. I just saw a picture of a public works truck on www.cityofnitro.co m where the windshield wipers were being held and operated with weedeater string and the inspection sticker has been dead for over 3 years. Who in the h e double hockey sticks is running things? The failures of the pathetic equipment is at the hands and blame is squarely on AJ Hill. The supposed Public Works Director. This man needs to go. He has backed up Casebolt when Casebolt got council to vote to spend 20,000 on a salvaged titled flooded out bucket truck from at the time his bosses adopted son Freddie Harmon under the guise of C&C Auto. Another 10,000 for a broken down wood chipper that wasn't even running when it was hauled over to public works. After several thousands of dollars spent to get it running and after months of use somehow a bid was put out and again Dave Casebolt's boss got another 10,000. Man that is 30,000 for those affiliated and associated with River Valley Properties. If AJ Hill cannot fight for what the department needs and get keep the equipment maintained how in the world will the city ever think to keep up with Casebolts grand vision of a 10 Million dollar bond for many city projects which will require public works to keep up and maintain. In no other city would someone elected to office get away with funneling money to their private employer. Leaving one to ask, just how much of that money has found its way back to Casebolt?  (Friday Mar 6 | post #1)

Nitro, WV

10 Million Dollar Bond - Casebolt Must Be Absolutley Crazy!

A vision requires a way to maintain and pay for it. The streets in Nitro need paving. Brookhaven has not been able to allow any new construction or heavy trucks on the roads due to needed repairs for more than 10 years now, because the city says they don't have the money to fix. Casebolt has a vision alright. But I am afraid former councilman Joe Savilla was right and Casebolt is going to bankrupt the city.  (Friday Mar 6 | post #13)

Nitro, WV

Jeff Elkins Needs Assistant Chief

Lots of people are laughing. At Elkins and his manly wife. An assistant chief in Nitro is about as legitimate as the Boggs River Valley Property building being suitable for the police department.  (Friday Mar 6 | post #5)

Nitro, WV

Casebolt wants new name for Nitro High School

What are we supposed to thank John Young for: Lying to the public Hiding city records Harassing city employees causing not one but two lawsuits against the city resulting in settlements to the plaintiffs. Failing to file properly with the IRS resulting in penalties in the thousands to taxpayers Failing to file properly with the IRS resulting in the loss of the tax exempt status of the CVB Failing to report revenue to council and the public Lying about police and fire contributions I could go on but why bother. What again should we be thanking him for? It is john young who owes the thank you to the city for his 70,000 plus a year in salary and benefits for less than 20 hours a week.  (Friday Mar 6 | post #10)

Nitro, WV

Nitro FireMen

Those who laugh last laugh best. You go ahead and laugh now.  (Friday Mar 6 | post #8)

Nitro, WV

Casebolt has support for his 3 million dollar pool project

Jealous of Dave Casebolt? Yeah right. Give me a minute to stop laughing. They can't even keep up with the cities contribution to the police and fire pensions. Streets in Nitro in desperate need of paving and BROOKHAVEN those residents should be totally pissed off. And Casebolt wants a 10 million dollar bond the taxpayers will be on the hook for. The 3 million dollar pool idea is a joke.  (Friday Mar 6 | post #3)

Nitro, WV

Casebolt has support for his 3 million dollar pool project

www.cityofnitro.co m has put up that Dave Casebolt has support for his 3 million dollar pool project. The 3rd graders at Nitro Elementary have spoke and voted yes on the project. you can't make this stuff up folks.  (Thursday Mar 5 | post #1)

Nitro, WV

Jeff Elkins Needs Assistant Chief

I thouht I have seen and heard everything. Jeff Elkins needs an assistant chief in the Nitro Fire Department. If Jeff Elkins can't do the job he needs to leave and let someone else who can take the job. www.cityofnitro.co m has it up on their webpage and facebook page.  (Thursday Mar 5 | post #1)

Nitro, WV

10 Million Dollar Bond - Casebolt Must Be Absolutley Crazy!

Keep dream in with Casebolt Mason. People in town are waking up and can see what he has been and is doing. If the city buys his boss Chuck Boggs River Valley Properties building it will be all over for him.  (Thursday Mar 5 | post #9)

Nitro, WV

Casebolt wants new name for Nitro High School

He can dream on. People in town are finally catching on to what he has been doing. They are becoming none to happy with his real estate doings for River Valley Properties. If the city buys their building it will be all but over for him.  (Thursday Mar 5 | post #3)

Nitro, WV

10 Million Dollar Bond - Casebolt Must Be Absolutley Crazy!

The city can't even meet its current obligations. The administration has gone to both the police and fire departments to get them to take on more of the cities share of their pensions. Once a 10 million dollar bond is passed do you ever think another police and fire levy will pass in Nitro? those dollars will have to be made up somewhere. All of the items on Casebolt's list of projects are nothing more than an attempt to increase property values in Nitro. Why would that be an issue - well Casebolt is a Realtor for River Valley Properties. Yes that is right the same River Valley Properties the Mayor is trying to get the city to pay more than 335,000 for their building to house the pd. A building that has already been shown to be not sufficient for the police departments needs. Everything the mayor is presenting will require maintenance and upkeep. The city can't even take care of the few flower beds and areas they have now. The residents of the city will be on the hook for this 10 million dollar bond. They are on the hook for the financial instability of the city when the police and fire can't meet their pension obligations. The fire department has almost depleated all of their available funds. This obligation will then fall to the city and that debt must be paid before anything else under the law. Brookhaven wasn't even on the list of projects for that 10 million dollar bond. If I lived in Brookhaven I would be giving Al Walls and John Montgomery hell over it. The projects the mayor has in his sights don't need to be done all at once with a 10 million dollar debt hanging over the city. A responsible mayor would take each project individually and prioritize. With infrastructure (which wasn't even on the list) at the top of the list.  (Wednesday Mar 4 | post #7)

Nitro, WV

Casebolt wants new name for Nitro High School

Dave Casebolt must be totally losing his mind if he thinks he can get the name of Nitro High School changed. This next to a 10 million dollar bond has to be the most stupid thing out of Casebolts mouth.  (Wednesday Mar 4 | post #1)