AND THE QUALITY OF LIFE!Posted on June 29th, 2012 No comments
This morning’s paper tells us the hearing regarding the Brunswick Hotel in Harrisburg today has been delayed until late summer or early fall. So perhaps Mayor Gray will have time to respond to these three emails – two are on their fourth request and a fifth will be sent today. These are about public safety and the quality of life in Lancaster, Mayor Gray. Isn’t that what you were going to go to Harrisburg to talk about? Maybe now you’ll have time to address thesse:
Subject: Chief of Detectives – Michael Landis
For Mayor Gray,
I spoke with Michael Landis, Chief of the Lancaster County Detectives, and he said the Lancaster Police have not requested their assistance in the murder of Erma Kaylor on May 16th of this year. Please advise why this is the case.
Originally emailed on June 13th. A second request was sent on June 21st. There has been no response.
Subject: Erma Kaylor’s Murder – For Mayor Gray
I just spoke to the owner of 235 W. Vine Street and he has not spoken to the police! He said they’ve exchanged “a few voicemails.” Please explain how this is possible and when an arrest will be made in this case? Everyone on the block is extremely concerned and scared.
Originally emailed on May 29th. A second request was forwarded on June 8th, a third request on June 13th and a fourth request on June 21st. There has been no response.
Subject: Quality of Life in Lancaster
Bernie & Pat,
Could you have Mayor Gray respond regarding the quality of life in the 200 block of West Vine Street in Lancaster? The residents can’t open their windows or let their children play outside. Will something be done to bring some relief and comfort to these city residents?
Editor, lipnews.com .
Originally emailed on June 1st. A second request was forwarded on June 8th, a third request on June 13th and a fourth request on June 21st. There has been no response.