UPDATE *** – ** – * LNP: BREAKING EVERY CODE OF JOURNALISM ETHICS!

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     It is going to be a busy evening. The forum for the city council candidates at 6:00 pm on Lancaster Online and then the city council meeting tonight at 7:30 pm (I am not even going to ask about the livestream of the city council meeting – we will see if the city staff are up to this big challenge)!

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***   From the article linked to below. I wonder if he will get the car and the money now that he caused a mistrial?

**   Unbelievable (click here)!

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*   “This is like plopping a small city in the middle of farmland,” said Mary Haverstick, cofounder of the local citizens’ group Respect Farmland. “That’s the problem with this design.”
From the Philadelphia Inquirer article pictured to the left (click here).
      This is a total change of topic but LNP has been running article after article about Oregon Village and I’m surprised that they have not run this excellent article from the Philadelphia Inquirer about it. What’s up with that, LNP? This is important!
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WILL THEY GIVE
LNP EVEN MORE MONEY?

     LNP’s Barbara Hough Huesken will moderate the forum. Candidates will answer questions about city issues and the approach they’d take if elected. 
From the LNP article shown above (click here).
     It’s going to be a full night of city council news as the current city council members meet tonight at 7:30 pm with a full agenda including hiring a $700 an hour attorney. And what questions will Huesken ask the candidates in her one hour forum that begins at 6:00 pm? I have some suggestions…
Please check back later today.

3 Responses to UPDATE *** – ** – * LNP: BREAKING EVERY CODE OF JOURNALISM ETHICS!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Travis blew case. Dirty lawyer who thought he would get away with it.

  2. Mike emrick says:

    https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/post2015/transformingourworld

    The problem is that the Amish and Mennonites do not fit into the sustainability plan because those populations have an ability to be self containing. Part of the agenda is to urbanize as much of the citizenry as possible, and make wildlife refuge no go zones. It’s all about control. While the Amish are good for the tourism business, the state lacks control over them which is a problem for the state.

  3. huh? says:

    When it comes to development, the LNP sticks its head in the sand in hopes that they and their con center remains under the radar.

    There’s a whole “whataboutism” that any pissed off developer can sling at them. I’m wondering if Murry’s lawyer will make the first shot off the bow.

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