Monday, 16 October 2017

Political Disappointment

How political hacks spin the truth. Its very disappointing to have your local MP post a spin that leaves out the fact that the government only backed off because of Citizen backlash.
This political version of truth clearly indicates that this hack is not worthy of hire !

Saturday, 14 October 2017

Demostrate in support...

of the City of St. Catharines efforts to get the Ontario Government to clean up the NPCA!!! 

Monday, October 16, 2017 at 5:30 pm Sharp


Good Enough for the Pelhan Citizens

“The motion is too restrictive, and it is incomplete. I’d compare this motion to an offer to give me a new truck. What at first seems like a great deal becomes less so, when I get a look up close. The truck has no engine, brakes, or wheel. It’s just a new body.” Town of Pelham Councilor Marvin Junkin

Mayor Augustyn and gang still trying to control the demanded forensic audit to suit themselves.

Thankfully Councilor Marvin Junkin bolted from the pack to raise his voice against the efforts of Mayor Augustyn. 

The report ' Says it all!

If Mayor Augustine and gang can't explain an unexplained $700K expense, then perhaps the good folks of Pelham will remember Councilor Junkin at election time as 'worthy of office' and throw the rest of the bums out!

Thursday, 12 October 2017

Public Notice NLA

The Niagara Landowners Association is pleased to announce our 'Changing of the Guard'!

Mr. Ray Desmarais  has been acclaimed by the membership as the new NLA President.

Outgoing President Dave Honey presented the gavel to incoming President Ray Desmarais after many years of valuable service to an organization fighting for property rights against uncontrolled government transgressions.

The NLA membership is confident that their new President Ray Desmarais can fill the big shoes of Past President Dave Honey.

Tuesday, 10 October 2017

Get involved or lose it!

Date line: Niagara Regional Government Council Meeting.

Following the ‘standing room only’  council meeting you look in the local ‘newspaper’ to get their take on the important decisions affecting the Citizens of Niagara.

Do you get the paper’s take on council’s attempt to use development charges to gain pennies of financial advantage at the expense of Niagara’s advancement?

Do you find out the St. Catharines Mayor stops an attempt to have a regional scheme to add another level of redundant bureaucracy complete with more employees?

Do you read about the Town of Pelham Citizens  pleading for help regarding a fully independent forensic audit of  Pelham’s excessive debt load but free from any involvement of the Pelham Mayor and Council? 

How about the good news that our new police chief  is getting our police officers out of their police cars and walking the beat!

All you get is a continuing vendetta by a highly acclaimed veteran reporter!
But Hey! You Are lucky! You don't even have to attend the Niagara Regional Council Meetings!
You can curl up in your favorite chair and watch all the council proceedings on Television!
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Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Who did it?

Regional Chair Alan CaslinFinely a Niagara Regional Chair has stepped up to the plate and moved to expose those who have been financially abusing the taxpaying Citizen both past and present.

Decade after decade our Niagara Regional Government has allowed their Country Club members to treat taxpayer's hard-earned dollars as a secret source of clandestine funding. 

Not one of the former Chairs considered taking a stand against Taxpayer abuse!

No it is Regional Chair Caslin that has lowered the boom on wild west conduct and some don't like it!

What some are concerned about is getting exposed by Caslin's retroactive examination of past expenses.

Chair Caslin's efforts may be only one small step but it's a first step.