* The below is a portion of the son’s docket. The son is Daniel King Beiler. His father, Daniel Glick Beiler, is shown as paying $75,000 cash bail to get his son out of prison. And the docket states that happened on January 22nd. What took so long for this to be made public?
OMG! This is just awful (click here). Both of these men are out of prison. A bail bondsman paid the father’s $200,000 bail and according to the son’s docket, his father paid $75,000 cash to get his son out of jail. Who is protecting the children from these men? Why are they free?
The loan terms will allow the city to take over the fiber network outright should MAW default, Hopkins said. It could then hire another firm to manage it. Lancaster also would have liens on MAW’s other assets and LanCity Connect revenues and potentially could recover other MAW revenues in the event the company folded while still owing the city money. From the above LNP article (click here). What happened to those liens and revenues, Patrick Hopkins? MAW defaulted on the loan and you want to pay them another $2.7 million to go away? There was “no risk,” Patrick?
A HARD TIME?
Left to right: LNP executive editor Tom Murse, Lancaster City business administrator Patrick Hopkins and city council president Ismail Smith-Wade-El.
During last Tuesday’s city council meeting, president Ismail Smith-Wade-El asked the council members, “Anyone else want to give Patrick a hard time?”
Ah, Patrick Hopkins threw away over $5 million dollars of the public’s money with nothing to show for it! Give him a “hard time?” He should resign or be fired and LNP should be demanding it the way they demanded that then Manheim Township School Board President William Murry resign! And Murry was a volunteer and Hopkins makes a very hefty salary.
Why aren’t you demanding his resignation, LNP executive editor Tom Murse? What’s the difference?