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Russell Archambault July 22, 2014 at 07:04 PM
I plan on making THE difference for "myselves" this November, I plan on buying everyRead Morecandi date off. My prediction is I'm bound to get at least fifty% of my people into office and I'll be running everything my way.
give me a break July 22, 2014 at 06:03 PM
that's why he's a member of the chicken squard
Steve July 22, 2014 at 06:21 PM
335+ MILLION in debt, and we're talking about friggin' chickens? Oh well, maybe I can talk to Alex Read Moreand get some good fresh Salmonella laced eggs right? Yeah, that's the ticket!
Steve July 22, 2014 at 03:46 PM
SH, you are the one who has it reversed sir. As both people and businesses flee the city due to the Read Moreoverall tax and service rates, who's left to pick up the tax liability pieces? You guessed it, the folks who have seen their property values go down 50% as this city continues to sink, and does absolutely nothing to move this city in a better direction other than to raise the tax rate again to the maximum rate for another 7 years! The city council just voted down a Fire and Police Safety Study why? This type of vote is a slap in the face of the "Actual" tax payers in this city, and just goes to show how the Union hacks have infiltrated both the local and state governments of RI thereby keeping this gravy train alive and well for the foreseeable future!
jack July 22, 2014 at 04:30 PM
Steve, I have been reading Still Hope's comments for a while and came to the conclusion he is aRead Moreunio n hack.
Steve July 22, 2014 at 04:32 PM
It's also like this Senior Service Center on Social St. that has a 1.4 MILLION dollar yearlyRead Morebudget, 26 employees, and closes after 1:00 pm every day? Yup, they served 18,000 meals, but at a cost of what, 77 dollars a meal? Oh wait, have I forgot the free manicures and Zumba? OK, I'll pay your utility bills too! FYI, take a cut and be happy with it! Good god, talk about getting blood from a stone? Unreal.......... You can't make this stuff up.......
Russell Archambault July 16, 2014 at 08:39 PM
Going to the emergency room the next time you get a heart attack would have been my first choiceRead Morein the first place, unless you were looking for consumer value.
Nelson Aldrich July 15, 2014 at 09:40 AM
Yea, the mailman's doing a great job delivering mail to my door and the local deli's doing a greatRead Morej ob slicing my cold cuts to just the right thickness. Bottom line...they're doing what they're being paid to do, no more, no less. We've got saints everywhere in Woonsocket and they come with a very high price tag.
Woony the Pooh July 15, 2014 at 10:03 AM
Nelson - these streets that were recently striped have been neglected for years and years. As wellRead Morea s the warn out sidewalk crossings. Nobody was making under the belt comments. But now that you are negative as usual - I guess whoever held that roll before wasn't 'doing what they were paid to do'. Streets weren't swept until Fall, the equipment was left to depreciate, the roads slowly got to the point where they are now and all the lines in the road disappeared. That's a fact, not an opinion. Good thing LBH can have people actually do what she hired them for. Point proven between the old and new.
Oreo July 15, 2014 at 02:20 PM
All it takes is Money!! I mean more tax dollars! I mean my discretionary income! Yes, it is aRead Moreno ticeable improvement!
Yvette M Ayotte July 14, 2014 at 12:11 PM
Sounds like a great night out!!
Christen McCarthy July 14, 2014 at 03:03 PM
Thank you! It's a wonderful, feel good event! I forgot to mention: so that we can have a properRead Morehead count in regards to the menu and giveaways, please RSVP to christen.mccarthy@prudential.com or call 508-928-2883 if not sending in advanced payment. Thanks!
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