Sunday, April 8, 2018

Hundreds of forgeries and invalid signatures found on Congressional Candidate's petition!

Riddle Ale House to Close after 56 years in business. Thanks for the memories

The Riddle Ale House has been family owned and operated since 1962, however, the rumors over the last year that it would be closing appear to be accurate.  The restaurant known for its prime rib-roast beef will be ending a long career as one of Middletown's cherished watering holes.

From a historical perspective, there have been quite a few family restaurants that have closed or changed owners in the last 3 years.  Unfortunately, we'll have to add the Riddle Ale House to the list.

Created in 2015

There's a show planned for April 21st.

I'm told this is the final Riddle Ale House 
BLOW OUT Bash on April 27th!

Saturday, April 7, 2018

Media Pack and Ship Store on State Road in Upper Providence closes.

Media Pack and Ship Store on State Road in Upper Providence closes.  No word yet on what might occupy the space in the future.

Media Borough concedes communication problems between the police, EMS, council and residents/taxpayers

Based on the agenda of the March 22, 2018 Public Safety meeting, Media Borough concedes there is a communication problem.  It goes on to specifically state, "there are gaps in our communications between the borough, the police and the fire/EMS organizations, council, and the residents/taxpayers."  If the Public Safety committee actually has to have this as the first agenda item, it's probably a lot worse than portrayed.

First item on March 22nd Public Safety Meeting agenda

Lisa Johnson has been a councilwoman for over four years and there are still "Gaps" in communication.....on Public Safety?  Maybe it has something to do with a mayor who doesn't even show up prepared? If you can't effectively communicate, you certainly can't lead a municipality.  #troubling

Thursday, April 5, 2018

FED UP with door-to-door soliciting and Media Borough Council

It wasn't too long after I posted this week's update on door-to-door canvassing that people started contacting me with their displeasure.  Well, one went as far as to go out and have made a magnetic  "no soliciting" sign made up.  Here's the picture I received.

When I asked if it was that bad, I got, "Yeah, it is."  "If the mayor can have one out front of his house, so can I."  The person went on to tell me it was around $20 to have made and was even considering selling them.