I know this is late, but wanted to put this out there so you can see the letter behind the story. So, what do you think?
Rules are rules, Lindsay. If you are late, you need to be taken off the ballot. I wish they would give the date the envelope was stamped, as that would determine when it was mailed and the true intentions! But, Lindsay is a fighter and won't let a "technicality" stop her!
Or at least that is what the liberal left would like you to think about me or anyone else who dares support legislation requiring a photo ID to vote. But when you take into consideration that their goal is to bring everyone down to the lowest common denominator*, the accusation is hypocritical, laughable and just plain dumb. Especially when you add in how the left operates; arguments based on emotion rather than fact and focused on the supposed rights of a group rather than the actual rights of an individual.
Oust Webb, take back Point Place
As a former Point Place resident, I watched with amusement as the "Take Back Toledo" campaign worked to get a recall petition on the ballet to oust Carty Finkbeiner as mayor of Toledo. I think it's time for the residents of Point Place to start a new recall campaign to "Take Back Point Place," and oust Lindsay Webb.
Vote in the Primary for one Mayoral Candidate and six City Council At-Large Candidates … and
VOTE YES on ISSUE 2
Proposed Charter Amendment
Section 26 – The Council
Issue 2 reduces number of politicians & bureaucrats, and puts you first.
As the election nears, I continue to ask you to vote YES on Issue 2 to ratify this Charter Amendment regarding the size of Council.
Change or more of the same?
Excerpts from Webb’s guest column regarding Issue 2 appeared in the June 11, 2009 edition of the Toledo Free Press, and updates:
Since May 2nd, Dave Schulz from Citizens Organized to Bring Reform and
Accountability (C.O.B.R.A), Tom Waniewski from Toledo City Council District
5 and Lindsay Webb from Toledo City Council District 6, as well as scores of
staff and volunteers have worked diligently to reach registered voters. In
just over four full weeks of circulating, more than 7,000 people signed the
Nine is Fine petitions.
If certified to the ballot, the Nine is Fine plan would bring change this
election cycle. The plan calls for only 3 people to be elected at-large this
The 9 Is Fine campaign heading into the final stretch this weekend. Petition circulators will be at the OWE festival, Point Place parade and OLPH festival Friday through Sunday. On Sunday, Tom Waniewski will be manning a table at center court at Westfield Mall from 11:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m. seeking signatures for the petition. He will be joined by Lindsay Webb at approximately 4:00 p.m. The reception in the community has been great so far. Come out and meet Tom and help get the issue on the ballot for voters to decide in September. More information at: www.9isfine.org
Following through on her proposal to reduce the size of Toledo City
Council, Councilwoman Lindsay Webb will formally announce the 9 is
Fine Campaign on Saturday May 2nd at 2:00 p.m. in front of the Safety
Building in downtown Toledo.
Webb will be joined by Councilman Tom Waniewski from District 5, as
well as Dave Schulz, leader of Toledo COBRA (Citizens Organized to
Bring Reform and Accountability). Webb states, “There is no better
time to than now to bring this question to the voters. The
reorganization will lead to better representation, more effective
I listened to Maggie Thurbers interview with Lindsey Webb last night on WSPD and I was stunned. What planet is she from? When Maggie asked her about charging the citizens for police and fire runs, Lindsey goes off on a tangent about council procedures. Doesn't she understand we don't want to pay anymore for the services we already are taxed twice for in our payroll and 3/4 % tax? If the rest of city council is out of touch as she is it is no wonder the city is in the state it is.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will formally present
the preliminary Digital Flood Insurance Rate Maps at an Open House on
Monday April 27th, 2009, on the third floor of the AMTRAK Train
Station, Martin Luther King Plaza, 650 Vance Street from 3:30 p.m.
until 6:30 p.m. In addition to FEMA, the Ohio Department of Natural
Resources (ODNR), along with City and County officials will present
information and be available to answer questions in the open forum.
At issue, are approximately 1700 homes, most of which are located in
Ohio Theatre Raises Much-Needed Funds
Webb Challenges Administration to Save Ottawa River Dredging Project
Councilwoman Lindsay Webb announces that she will hold a press conference to
discuss her stance on the necessity to maintain funds already designated for
the dredging of the Ottawa River.
Date: Monday, November 24, 2008
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Ottawa River Yacht Club
5844 Edgewater Drive (see map below)
Webb strongly disagrees with Mayor Finkbeiner's proposal to reallocate the
funds reserved for the dredging of the Ottawa River and will meet with
October 15, 2008 Quarterly Report 419.245.1050
Army Corp of Engineers to Study Point Place Harborlands Initiative to Create Habitat Restoration Units
The Mayor and Michael Miller call the show to talk about the Port Authority
and Jerry Chabler. Also, Lindsay Webb talks about the message she
received from Jerry Chabler.
City Pool Program
As chair of Youth, Parks and Recreation committee for the City of Toledo, your City Councilwoman recently announced the opening of Detwiler Pool for 2008 swim season. Last year the pool was closed. This year, Detwiler Pool underwent repairs to its concrete and received a new paint job.
As the only Talk Show host in attendance this afternoon at the City Council Comittee Of The Whole meeting it's obvious others will be spending time catching up by getting the administration side of the story. That's fine because both sides need to be heard. The side you will hear on my show tomorrow is what I heard and saw , unfiltered through a politicians need to get reelected.
A proposed $4.2 million deal to sell Toledo-owned property along Swan Creek downtown for an eventual river walk development could face tough scrutiny today from some councilmen who think the city might shoulder too much risk.
Lindsay Webb Delivers For District 6
District 6 Streets Set For Improvement
In cooperation with the City Engineering Services Department I am pleased list the following streets are scheduled for improvement in 2008:
102nd - From 290th to Summit
104th - From 290th to Summit