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  • AFTERNOON UPDATE – HOW SAFE IS THE WATER?

    Posted on March 9th, 2018 Becky 4 comments

    WE NEED TO
    JAIL CHILDREN LONGER!

         Thank you for all the recent comments. I need to review them and see where to go from here regarding the rampant corruption in the county. And speaking of State Senator Scott Martin, there was this nonsense in an LNP article today (click here):
         State Sen. Scott Martin, R-Martic Township, began circulating a co-sponsorship memo in the state Capitol last week for a bill that would expand the ability of authorities to charge some children with aggravated assault.

         Martin’s bill would permit those charges for children who become violent with nonsecure youth shelter employees. Current law only allows an aggravated assault charge in those cases for children who are already in the delinquency system, according to Martin’s memo.
         What in the world? Do some real work, Martin! Make people’s lives better! What a bunch of B.S.
    And then there was this (click here):

          Maybe LNP should hold a city water testing and tasting instead! People want real news, managing editor Tom Murse, not this stupid crap!
    Have a safe and happy Friday!

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    VIOLATION!

         From the just released “2017 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report – City of Lancaster,” (click here to read the entire report):

    Please check back later today.

     

    4 responses to “AFTERNOON UPDATE – HOW SAFE IS THE WATER?”

    1. And who says that the City Can’t Poison and Kill your customers can we say Flint without the Lead?

    2. OntheBeachbyNoon

      Gee. Must be nice to come from a non-dysfunctional nuclear elitist family. How about jailing parents who have no business having kids? What an asshole this guy is!

    3. OntheBeachbyNoon

      Now I know why i can’t get a good cup of coffee in lanc county. The water tastes like crap.

    4. Clemens says he’s resigning from state Senate after admitting to affair
      There will now be a special election for Clemens’ state Senate District 31 in Palm Beach County.

      We should learn from this