Tonight’s city council committee meeting should be livestreamed on the city’s YouTube channel (click here). The meeting begins at 6:00 pm.
**** This is a possible correction. I tried to call District Judge Edward Tobin’s office this afternoon but no one answered and apparently they are closed due to the weather. Jared Chrobot’s docket states his preliminary arraignment was yesterday and was held before District Judge Andrew T. LeFever. It was Sunday so LeFever may have been filling in for Tobin. If it was not Tobin, I apologize and I will try to establish absolutely who set Chrobot’s unsecured bail tomorrow.
SO GOOD TO BE WHITE!
…Jared Ray Chrobot, 26, was charged with a felony count of aggravated assault and a misdemeanor of simple assault after he hit a person “multiple times” with a metal baseball bat on Jan. 31 around 8:06 p.m. in the 600 block of Snyder Hill Road in Warwick Township, police said.
…Chrobot was released on $100,000 unsecured bail, according to court documents.
From the LNP story pictured above (click here).
Unbelievable! A white man in Lititz can hit a person multiple times with a baseball bat and send them to the hospital and still get unsecured bail! Amazing. It is so good to be white in Lancaster County!
Vote District Judge Edward Tobin, who set his bail, out of office! Oh, and below on the right is a profile “picture” from one of Chrobot’s Facebook pages! This man needs to be behind bars. If you see him, leave the area immediately!
** Oh, and the final entry on the agenda under “PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: Nomination of Ismail Smith-Wade-El for reappointment to the Public Art Advisory Board.”
Three comments regarding this:
1. No one seems to know how many hyphens there are in his name!
2. He is actually a better council president than I predicted. He keeps the meetings moving and yet is very careful to give everyone their say.
3. Should he be on the Public Art Advisory Board? Remember this horrific artwork recommended by him and the Board for the proposed Christian Street garage? What ever happened with that? I will try to find out.
WILDLIFE KILLING CONTESTS?
* City council has a committee meeting tonight beginning at 6:00 pm and I assume the weather will have no impact because of Covid-19 these meetings are virtual and the council members are at home.
Please see their agenda below and the last category, “COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE.” What wildlife killing contests are there in Lancaster? What in the world?
On a more serious note, please see the “FINANCE COMMITTEE” category – “addressing municipal fiber-optic network financing” is one of the topics. Is this LanCity connect? And why do they need to appoint “a special counsel for PUC matters?” How many law firms have they hired? How many millions have they spent on LanCity Connect?
Oh, and what do the Human Relations Commission Board members do? When is the last time you saw them in the news?
This should be an interesting meeting!
From the front page of today’s LNP print edition (click here).
Oh, no! Not groundhog’s day!
Please check back later today.