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Friday, October 30, 2009

Special Meeting Ulysses Township Monday

Special Meeting
The Ulysses Township Supervisors will hold a special
meeting on Monday,
November 2, 2009, at 9:00 AM
in the township office at the Solid Waste Building.
The purpose of this meeting will be to pass a
resolution to borrow money for the erection of the
bridge on Telescope Road
Nancy Kosa, Secretary


Good Neighbor? said...

With any luck James Hoopes will be a new "super" after we get to vote Tuesday, dispite the write in information being sent out by his "good neighbor".

Ya know the old saying, "What goes around comes around"!

How is your "view" workin for ya?!

Anonymous said...

I'm looking at one pretty gooder speller, I is.

Anonymous said...

Go Hoopie!

Anonymous said...

Jim Hoopes has too much of a vested interest in township business. How could he possibly put the township's best interests ahead of his own? He is pushing for wind turbines on his property to make money. He is developing gas and oil wells to make money. He would probably not favor any regulations that might adversely affect his mission to make more money.
I am all in favor of that all-American concept of a person making money. No problem there. No jealousy or envy.
BUT someone whose income so directly depends on township policies should not be in a position of voting on issues that determine how much he can profit without regard for his neighbors (who he would supposedly be representing).
Jim Hoopes is a good businessman and he deserves his success in agriculture and other ventures. But he really should recognize the conflict of interest that would be created if he were elected as a supervisor.
The voters should recognize that too.

Anonymous said...

7:50:00 PM
"He would probably"...

"BUT someone whose income so directly depends on township policies should not be in a position of voting on issues"...

"But he really should recognize the conflict of interest"...

The township voters made their choice and from what I see they do not agree with you!