Response to Toledo Talk Attack

Since I'm not privy to defend myself on ToledoTalk, in my defense, I offer the following:

On the 'banning' of posters on Toledo Talk

Well wolfman aka Paul Wolfarth has said publicly on Swampbubbles (under the names wolfman & MrIndependent) that he was banned because Fred sent emails to the site admin. He claims to have proof but has never produced it.
posted by MikeyA on Jan 29, 2014 at 09:35:22 am #

Politics over qualifications: Peter Ujvagi now county administrator

The county commissioners should have voted for a professional administrator, not a professional politician.

The Lucas County Commissioners on Tuesday morning voted 3-0 to hire current state Rep. Peter Ujvagi (D., Toledo) to be the county's next administrator.

Full El Tiempo interview with those being snooped on by former TPS manager Dan Burns

You can pick up and read the story in El Tiempo.
El Tiempo Article Kevin Milliken

Former TPS Administrator Ordered Probes of Private Citizens Investigations Occurred at Taxpayer Expense

The former business manager at Toledo Public Schools hired a private investigation firm at taxpayer expense to look into the backgrounds of five people who were private citizens at the time, including three people who would eventually be elected to the TPS board of education.

El Tiempo interview with those being snooped on by former TPS manager Dan Burns

Pick up this week's El Tiempo for the story.
El Tiempo Article Kevin Milliken

Right Wing Extremism Posing As A Radio Show - Wednesday

Wednesday D. Michael Collins will be on the show to talk about his run for Mayor, he joins me at 7:30a. Today we had Mike Beazley the County Administrator on to talk about the townships having to pay for Sheriff's protection starting in 2010. That interview and one with Andy Glenn of Springfield Township are podcast on also from today a short talk with State Sen. Mark Wagoner about the Ohio budget. Harmful, yes, but fun to listen to also.

Teamwork Toledo Members Urge Council to Rework Law

Teamwork Toledo members Kevin Milliken and Tricia Lyons are urging Toledo City Council to either redraft or clarify legislation involving a homeowner’s ability to park on gravel driveways or pads on their properties, following a ticketing incident which garnered negative national headlines for the Glass City.

Several residents who live along North Holland-Sylvania Road are angered by the incident, and now face possible $25 fines and an administrative appeals process that will cost them time, effort, and money to defend themselves.


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Missing Post From Earlier Today

I'm a little curious about the missing post from earlier today and wonder if it was taken down by the site administrator or the poster himself. Perhaps things got a little too hot to handle. Apparently not all publicity is good publicity.

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