Publication date: 2018-05-20 11:51
ALERT: Mohawk Valley EDGE passed a request to Joe Marino (D-9th Ward) of the Utica Common Council requesting a meeting with Oneida County officials at Mohawk Valley Health System's offices.
The media reported it here after the fact Hospital Meeting Illegal Inappropriate. View documents and Meeting Details as we have them. Here's a direct link to now proposed 65/95 Taxpayer Hospital Parking Garage Debt Plan .
More after meeting reports in the Utica Observer-Dispatch and the Rome Sentinel This meeting went against New York State's Open Meeting Law.
Here is a photo of the back of my truck. We can see that everyone will want to abandon oil as a heat source this coming winter and are laying in a supply of stoves that we believe folks will need. This is one day's worth. We will continue to buy as many as we can buy reasonably while the weather is warm. I think this fall we will simply be out straight and unable to leave to get stoves. In this load are a perfect #66 Railway King, a Perfect #68 cannon heater, a Cherub Glenwood wood parlor, and a superb Grand Glenwood Parlor stove.
Why has the true impact area never been shown and explained to Utica-area residents? Learn for yourself, take a look at the "Utica slow roll" by viewing the Changing Map of the Downtown Utica Hospital District.
But voters are telling candidates they do not want the $855M grant wasted on destructive urban renewal, bulldozing of Downtown Utica.
Just finished. A Glenwood #8 Home Grand. these were made from 6898 till 6957 or so and are very hard to find today. This one was in my kitchen but will now be going to Penn. where it will be used with coal to heat a very large area. Great stoves and just plain beautiful. Sorry, SOLD
This reminds us of the quote by Chief Joseph "It Does Not Require Many Words To Speak The Truth" Readers comment online, they ask more and have other questions.
Ben Hammer - "The article states the biggest question surrounding this proposed fiasco is paying for it. While that is important, it is not the biggest question. The biggest question is WHY do we need it? Only after a truly identifiable need can discussion of funding begin. Instead, this entire mess has turned into the current shiny object for our band of crooked politicians to chase after. Shame on them."
A question in today's Utica Observer-Dispatch - their story headline - reads: Downtown hospital: Could it come to eminent domain? Yet the answer is in the very article, and it's "Yes", if the hospital board continues to push the ill-conceieved Downtown Utica location.
What city mayor (#Palmieri) , what state governor (#Cuomo) , sits by as 6965's and 6975's decends onto an urban neighborhood?
A friend pulled me aside last week urging me to write about car seat and seatbelt safety. His family had been involved in a rollover accident on the way home from school literally, just turning in an intersection, as I understand it, they were plowed into by another car which caused their car to [ ]