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     Happy Thanksgiving to all. LIP News will resume daily publishing on Saturday, November 28th.
     Best wishes to Mel Grill of the “Lancaster County, PA and Global Emergency Alerts and News”  Facebook page. He had cancer surgery today. Hopefully he has a full and speedy recovery.


**   There is no tax hike proposed in the draft of the 2021 Lancaster city budget that Mayor Danene Sorace unveiled Tuesday night. Instead, as it did this year, the city will rely on money from its reserves to make up a projected $4.9 million deficit in the $64.5 million spending plan.
From the LNP story, “Lancaster mayor airs draft of budget with no new taxes, warns against relying on reserve funds,” (click here).
Gee, Mayor Sorace, you threw away more than $4.9 million on MAW and LancCity connect! And what about LNP’s for-profit, off the tax-rolls Marriott Hotel, Mayor Sorace? And Sorace, who claims to be a huge proponent of diversity, gave LNP even more CRIZ money when LNP did not have a single minority reporter and were blatantly discriminating in their hiring. And Sorace didn’t care because of the power of the press to get her elected.
     And the reporter who finally broke the all white LNP cycle was Junior Gonzalez who just announced he is no longer at LNP. If anyone knows the circumstances of his leaving please contact this site. From his twitter account:  
*   The down side of last night’s city council meeting – LNP’s “correspondent,” Chris Courogen, called in to comment and say he worked with Bey in Middletown and he wasn’t going to write about him because it would be a “conflict of interest” but said Bey was a great chief. 
     Well, Middletown didn’t like Courogen too much! Click here for “Middletown sues ex-communications director Courogen, says he violated separation terms.” Where did LNP find this guy?



     John T. Bey was unanimously approved by city council Tuesday night as the interim Lancaster Chief of Police. Council President Ismail Smith Wade-El referred to him as “Chief Bey” immediately following the vote. 
     Bey said he can’t wait to get started and stated he is interested in becoming the permanent chief “one-hundred percent.”


  1. Anonymous says:

    Couregen is a good anti-corruption guy. Take your meds Becky. Or learn how to read. Or both.

    • Becky says:

      If Courogen were truly an “anti-corruption” guy, he would not be working for LNP. And he had no business calling in to that meeting to say what a good chief Bey was in Middletown. It was a conflict of interest and he should know better. What a loser!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Some other representation would be nice to. need some more Latinos, some Asian, and some folks from other religions like Muslim and Hindi. This is the melting pot our ancestors dreamed of in the New World

  3. Anonymous says:

    Maybe an outsider will be able to drain that city police swamp.

    • anon says:

      Unbelievably they’re attempting to have 2.8 million legally cast ballots thrown out claiming the law the PA GOP passed and Wolf signed was unconstitutional. THEY WROTE IT!

      An attempt to subvert the will of the people.

      • Anonymous says:

        Oh please, he’s working with the crook Giuliani and Epstein’s lawyer Dershowitz.

        • anon says:

          SEN. Martin attended the demagoufefest by Zoom. The PA GIP passed Act 77 allowing no excuse vote by mail in Oct. 2019. Now, these demagogues from the same body are claiming their own law unconstitutional to satiate the loonies who can’t accept defeat. Even if the 10,000 votes mailed before Nov 3 but received after are tossed Biden still win by 70,000 votes. These people are attempting a coup plain and simple. Shame.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Who is he?

  5. Anonymous says:

    This is what change looks like. Get ready for some more!!! Bye Don!!!

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