The Price Our Community Pays to Have Earl Johnson in Office.

Nobody knows the full extent of the damage Earl Johnson has caused to our community through his corrupt actions.

Just one of his blunders will cost our community $21,870.00 every year and will do so indefinitely, even after he is gone!

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Posted on 19 Dec 2010, 23:59 - Category: Town Politics
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Posted on 20 Dec 2010, 11:20 by no frie
bla bla bla
kind of reminds me of the story "the cost of having frie in our town ". the one that always gets deleted

Posted on 20 Dec 2010, 17:15 by Peter Frei
The Johnson's way to look at it..
The previous comment doesn't need any explanation..

Posted on 20 Dec 2010, 20:49 by Chad Brigham
This is a greedy and awful man. i can only hope that karma is a real thing, and that the universe will finally balance again.

Posted on 21 Dec 2010, 7:31 by The Hamilton
That's the small end of things!
You forgot about what it will cost to keep his incompitent family employed and insured on the back of the tax payer.

Posted on 21 Dec 2010, 11:08 by Bill Rupprecht
Federal Court Case
I have filed a new lawsuit against the City of Pittsfield in US District Court. The case# is 10-30200 for those who are signed up with Pacer. I would like to hear from fellow legal eagles; and also any atty who would be willing to take this case on a contingency basis. Pro se litagants are at a distinct disadvantage.

Posted on 21 Dec 2010, 14:00 by Skipper
Little did I know
Going to the polls is considered a civic duty. I admit having voted for some of the officials that lost their luster once I had an opportunity to read court documents posted here.
Voting uninformed sometimes does more harm than good. Our elected leaders are a reflection of our own consciousness, a frightening proposition.

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