Monday, August 31, 2009
Just further evidence that Bob Correia doesn't care about the democratic process.
Finally, I question the decision making skills of anyone supporting Bob Correia. Next time they are up for election, I will remember that elected officials such at District Attorney Sam Sutter and Register of Deeds Bernard McDonald actively supported Bob Correia.
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
So the the South Main library isn't handicap accessible, so Bob originally scheduled his neighborhood meeting in a non handicap accessible building, but this statement takes his disrespect for the disabled to a whole new level.
And in true Bob Correia fashion, at the last neighborhood forum, he refused to back down from his idiotic statement. He has a real knack for making a bad situation worse.
You are probably not feeling too happy after watching that last clip (unless you are Bob Correia). Maybe this will cheer you up; I call it "campaign promise"
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Sunday, August 16, 2009
At Bob Correia's Thursday night "neighborhood forum," a citizen asked Bob if he was committed to the fight against LNG at Weaver's Cove. Bob noted that the city of Fall River can no longer afford to pay the lawyers to fight it and that he has turned the issue over to our part time assistant corporation counsel, John Coughlin. Mayor Correia, who has accepted campaign contributions from Hess representatives in the past, is doing "everything minimally possible" to stop the siting of LNG at Weaver's Cove.
This was the first time I heard that Bob took away the funding to fight LNG...did anyone else know about this?
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
So what the the heck is going on here - a public park that belongs to all residents of the city is paved and the soccer field is now not open to the public?
Here is a birds eye view of the park before the paving and fencing (click to enlarge)
And here are some (non birds eye) shots after the paving and fencing
The Fall River property info on the location which shows it is city property
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
"Stefani Koorey, involved in the city’s art and history scenes, jumped at a chance to ask what Correia meant earlier in the forum when he said he let managers run their departments because he was not qualified to. 'What are you qualified for?' she asked.
The mayor said he doesn’t know how to run a police or fire department but that he can do his own job well. 'I never said I wasn’t qualified to run this city'.”
Online Version Of The Article HERE
Paper Version (click to enlarge)
Did the Herald run out of space in the paper? Or, are they purposely excluding material from the print version of the paper? I'm a little concerned that there are 2 different versions of the newspaper.