Where in the Toledo area can I find a Yoga class for pre-teens (age 12 and up)?
Ok, what should be done with Phakit Mann on this site, please sound off here. Should he stay or go? If he is allowed to stay, what limits should be imposed? Should we even do anything? Have your say now. Anything goes. Post your thoughts here.
After seeing what you think, a decision will be made on Monday.
"The city of Toledo is still facing a whopping $8.1 million deficit for 2008 even though Toledo City Council thought that year's budget woes were fixed when it redirected $8 million of unspent capital improvement money to help plug the hole."
Whaddya mean TCC thought the budget woes were fixed???
Who did we elect to fucking K N O W that the expenses are and if theyre paid or not??
Can anyone translate this? I don't know if this is good or bad for TPS.
Both Bob Latta and the CAGW have come down hard on the so called stimulus package passed by the House yesterday. Latta was one of the very brave Republicans who said no to this huge boondoggle which is full of pork projects for Dems across the country. Listen to both interviews at http://www.wspd.com/pages/fredstop10.html and of course decide for yourselves, but at least be informed.
Well it`appears to have been launched a little bit ago, but anyways it is out there. It is highly diappointing that they don't allow comments, but some people are afraid of diverging points of view, so it is understandable. Without further adieu:
Could all of the controversy surrounding the Port Authority over the last year cause Eric Frankl to move on?
Eric J. Frankl, director of airports for the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority, is expected to be in Lexington Thursday to meet with local airport officials.
The Blue Grass Airport board's approval of Frankl for the interim post and the terms of his employment are expected to be finalized at a special meeting of the airport board on Thursday.
WASHINGTON- Congressman Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green) made the following
statement after voting against H.R. 1, the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act of 2009.
"Stimulating our nation's economy cannot come from pork barrel spending.
The Democrat majority have littered H.R. 1 with wasteful government
spending that only puts our country further into debt with no real
effect on our economy in the immediate future. The non-partisan
Congressional Budget Office projects that 60 percent of the
discretionary spending in this bill will occur after 2010.
I doubt there will be any press conferences, award ceremonies or politicians patting themselves on their back over this benchmark, but Toledo is #1 again, in unemployment, in the state of Ohio. What is strange is that even though the City is #1 the county numbers are not the worst. I guess this shows how much better the suburbs are doing than the city. Of course the Democrats who solidly control the city will make excuses for this high rate or continue to blame Bush, but hey passing the buck has got the City of Toledo where it is today, #1, so it is to be expected.
I was forwarded a tip from a concerned citizen about what is going on with Ben Konop at UT. I will be doing some follow-up but the concerns were about the time that Ben spends on his commissioner job while working at UT, his pay, and his ethics pledge.
Does it make sense to hire someone who was forced out of their job in Cleveland for extravagant spending? Well the Greater Toledo Convention and Visitors Bureau just did.
From the Cleveland Plain Dealer:
He resigned in Cleveland -- with a handsome buyout package -- in October 2003 after the board put him on leave because of questions about excessive spending and travel, including a jaunt to the French Riviera, and an audit that said he led the bureau in a "cavalier and unconstructive manner."
A week before former President George W. Bush was to come to Columbus for a fund-raiser in October, 2003, Tom Noe invited Larry Kaczala to meet him for breakfast at the Toledo Club.
Noe, a top fund-raiser for the Bush campaign, had an agenda for his meeting with Mr. Kaczala, who then was the Lucas County auditor and the county government's only Republican officeholder:
The former GOP power broker wanted Mr. Kaczala to help him make illegal contributions to the Bush campaign.
Read: Dems want Noe to address lingering questions
America used to manufacture all it's own goods. Are we really ahead delegating this to the Chinese? Fred, if local Toyota dealers close, that is more jobs for local American made dealerships. This auto manufacturing base is our last stonghold. BTW , I am part of Take Back Toledo, Fred. I just disagree on this one. A & S auto sales on Tremainsville rd is a big advocate of America first.
I could not believe that someone in the City said this, but they did:
"People think they're paying [taxes] to get every street plowed and salted, but they're paying for the service we provide."
Toledo, Ohio. Mickey Finn, owner of Democratic Pub, announces an event
for members of the community to pay tribute to Keith Wilkowski, chairman
of the Lucas County Democratic Party, 1994-1997.
Mr. Wilkowski has served in a variety of political and government roles,
including as member of the Toledo Board of Education, Lucas County
Commissioner and Toledo Law Director. He is currently a candidate for
Mayor of Toledo.
This event is sponsored by the United North Democratic Club.
DATE: Wednesday, February 18, 2009
TIME: 5:00 - 7:00 pm
Looks like this local company is moving up.
Standard & Poor's said Thursday Health Care REIT Inc., a a health care real estate investment trust, will replace Sovereign Bancorp Inc. in the S&P 500 on a date to be determined.
Sovereign is being acquired by Spanish bank Banco Santander SA.
If you have not caught the Toledo Journal last week, another employee has filed a discrimination suit. Does anyone have a count? I think this puts it up to 6?
A woman whose alleged mistreatment by a City of Toledo supervisor was tied to the downsizing of the city’s affirmative action office, which led to a civil rights lawsuit against the mayor, has filed a civil rights suit of her own.
WASHINGTON- Congressman Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green) made the following statement today after addressing the March for Life on the National Mall and meeting with pro-life groups from the Fifth District today who traveled to Washington, D.C.
Barrett Andrews reports on viewer requests from the 2009 Detroit Auto Show. This report ran yesterday, but being I was so tired from a hard day at work, I did not see it when it was posted. This is a great example of a traditional media using new media to interface and bring viewers closer to the story. While this is a Web exclusive feature, it is still a great way on empower viewers and make them stakeholders in the story. One of my favorite cars, the Tesla Roadster, was covered the report.