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Leslie Gorbey will tell you she is never bored.
Seeing how the Lancaster County Family and Juvenile Court judge spends her weekends, you can see why. Gorbey fills her plate full during her time away from the courthouse.
She and her husband, retired attorney Bill Beyer, live in the southern end in “the middle of nowhere.”
The opening paragraphs from the March 18, 2011 LNP article, “Never a dull moment: Hooking, riding, dancing keeps judge busy.” (click here).
Well, Leslie and Bill decided to leave “the middle of nowhere” and on February 4, 2013 they bought a house on a beautiful tree-lined street in Lancaster for $375,000 – right next door to the Franklin & Marshalll fraternity house of Kappa Sigma.
To hear Bill tell it, it has been a nightmare of “noise, trash and public uriination.” In fact, Bill has complained loudly twice to the Lancaster City Council that something must be done about this fraternity that has been at the same spot for 75 years!
This brings up multiple questions:
— Why did LNP reporter Bernie Harris write two lengthly articles about this situation without ever identifying exactly who this poor couple actually are? You can’t get any more politically connected than this couple!
— This now explains why Mayor Gray and Police Chief Keith Sadler got so heavily involved and spent so much time and legalese on this ridiculous situation (click here for “ONE PLUS ONE EQUALS: YOU’RE FIRED!”). Not only that, a friend sent me an email today (thank you) and said:
A rooming unit, a dwelling let for rent; or a residential unit occupied by any persons other than are occupied solely by the owner and members of the owner’s family. Each individual townhouse dwelling, each individual apartment unit, each individual unit in a multifamily building, each individual unit in a two-family dwelling, and each rooming unit shall be considered a separate residential rental unit. A residential rental unit shall not include a hospital room utilized for medical services. Whenever the word “unit” is used herein, it shall mean “residential rental unit” as defined by this definition.
F&M is right, it should be against two individuals not two strikes for one location!
— Don’t you think that moving from “the middle of nowhere” into the city might be a shock to the senses? In fact, from the beginning LNP article, Gorbey says this:
We don’t go out to dinner frequently because we live in the middle of nowhere and it takes at least a half hour to get anywhere.
— Bill doesn’t seem like the friendliest of people. He only has one Facebook friend and that’s his wife (it’s true)!
— Gorbey doesn’t seem to deal well with juveniles and young people and perhaps her judgeship and position should be re-evaluated.
— I could go on and on but this is one of the most absurd, ridiculous and disgusting incidents on the part of Mayor Gray, Police Chief Keith Sadler, city council, the Lancaster Newspapers and their reporter Bernie Harris ever! Why don’t they all travel down to 516 E. Chestnut Street and see the real, explicit danger these folks live with everyday (click here for ‘WORSE THAN EVER!”):
And as for LNP reporter Bernie Harris and Mayor Rick Gray, this is all I have to say: