Thursday, June 4, 2020

I wasn't allowed to vote on June 2nd, 2020



A special "Thanks" to Delaware County who effectively prevented me from voting on Tuesday by botching my absentee ballot.  Appears many, many others were prevented from voting too!

Not in recent memory or any,  has voter suppression on this level been witnessed.  Denying people their right to vote is a very dire situation.


Monday, May 11, 2020

Gov. Wolf losing authority as defiance grows across the state. Refers to businesses looking to reopen as cowards. Threatens consequences.


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This morning Giovanni's Owner discusses with WPHT Rich Zeoli Saturday's rally, discussion with officials and what's planned next.








Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Phil Heron stepping down from the Daily Times!

Smart transfer to Ohio State has Penncrest alum Jackson in draft-worthy position

Delaware County Council using aerial surveillance footage and social media to pressure the shutdown of pipeline workers. Citing concerns over lack of social distancing, mask-wearing and hand washing.



"Delaware County Council and the Chester County Board of Commissioners have sent a letter to Dr. Rachel Levine, Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health and Dennis Davin, Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development to address concerns of the operations of the Mariner East Pipeline during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Delaware County and Chester County officials have received multiple complaints from residents who have observed pipeline workers not obeying social-distancing rules, not just in the performance of their work, but also in the informal activities on and around the worksite. Residents have sent photographs of pipeline workers closely congregating, traveling in common vehicles and not wearing masks.
The failure of Energy Transfer workers to conform to the Governor’s mandates regarding social distancing, mask-wearing, hand washing, and other critical behaviors, could add more patients to local hospitals’ caseloads. The continued work on the pipeline by its very nature poses an indisputable risk of an industrial accident, which also would strain the local health care infrastructure.
Officials stated in the letter, “During the current public health crisis, when our residents are staying home to achieve the common good, no special exemption should be provided to Energy Transfer in its construction of the Pipeline. This project, and its owners and investors, should share in the general sacrifice, and receive no special treatment.”

Friday, February 21, 2020

Delco to approve $5 fee vehicle registration fee to repair county infrastructure, yet the $650,000 grant Media received to fix the Third Street Bridge was never applied. 25 years and still no repairs.

Delco to approve $5 fee vehicle registration fee to repair county infrastructure, yet the $650,000 grant Media received to fix the Third Street Bridge was never applied.  25 years and still no repairs.

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Monday, February 10, 2020