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Hey JB-Jim Smith may be "pro gun" but he also voted to cut drug dealer penalties by more than half; not just marijuana. The hard stuff like meth and heroin. He also voted to weaken sentences for burglary. Now you get less time for breaking into a home in Indiana. Thanks, Jim.

Added: October 24, 2014
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Between the hystericals and drama queens you can bet the showboat crew aren't done with things yet. You wondered why the mayor was so pis sed off about not being able to steal riverfront property from the old folks? You couldn't figure out why he wanted a pier right down from the city boat ramp. And what was all that talk about parking spaces for the abandoned building and jay c park. Welcher was pis sed off Walsh industry wouldn't leave the pier and upgrade the park. Well it was all about the national historic rusted out, rotted and falling apart not so majestic showboat barge.

And nope it can't park down by the heritage trail. Nature preserves aren't entertainment venues. So where to next ? The marina! It's for sale and some fool somewhere will think a barge will work down there. You can bet those discussions are already taking place and the ones about using county historic funds from riverboat dollars along with some from the tourism board. Pietrykowski is on board for this scam folks. It was a done deal and you'll never guess what was being added to the Visionquest things to do list.... That's right riverfront entertainment, floating theater or similar. They 'll need to erase it like they did new school with orchestra pit, new stage and dressing rooms. Pietrykowski was all over this one before hand and now, he's just sitting quiet hoping nobody says he was working behind the scenes to get it here. But he was.

Thank g od Little had brains and ba lls to get out of the gate first before te bulls hit got any deeper. But I'm telling you this ain't over. Pietrykowski was for this and Cash was originally going along. Just like Welcher has been involved since this past spring. Tia isn't going away. Tantrums are already happening.


Added: October 23, 2014
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Pro Showboater Greg Zeismer sent out an email that he shared with a bunch of people. In it he says the showboat plan is complete and that it was put together by none other than "conservative" Mindy McGee. Apparently McGee is involved more than anybody knows, either that or the hystericals are trying to name drop hoping it carries weight with the public and other politicians. Either way it doesn't look good for McGee. Anybody really know what she did or didn't do? Of course Zeismer also says Warren Auxier is supporting the boat idea. It's all in writing , from Zeismer himself. I've seen it.

Added: October 23, 2014
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Bobby Little did a great job leading the way for the commissioners to vote a clear no on the showboat idea. Maybe Cash or Pietrykowski would've stepped up but they haven't before and have a bad habit of funding no result groups like JCIDC. He-ll Pietrykowski says JCIDC IS DOING A GOOD JOB. Tom even got behind the JCIDC-gang of 8 Visionquest and backed the mayors Incest plan while blocking the county wide ILA. My guess is if Little hadn't stepped up first to say no then dingle and dorf would have caved on something trying to keep the hysterics and artsies happy. It's gotta be rough sittin there with those 2 Berry boys watching them wait for Georing to tell them when it's okay to far-t.

Added: October 23, 2014
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Commissioners say no to $30,000 for Showboat purchase. Jim Stark asked if they would consider half and again the answer was no. Starks presentation was very misleading and dishonest.

Added: October 23, 2014
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This riverboat owes its longevity to the incompetency of Cincinnati councils. These people are infected with pie in the sky syndrome. We could run our county government on the monies wasted by Cincinnati's investment in the riverboat theater, Toby Keith's restaurant and Mohagony's. If you want to include the street car project we could finance the city of Madison as well.

Added: October 23, 2014
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Are the Showboat pushers even looking at the financials that the current owners have? Every article I read states the expense to operate is huge. I know they have put together their projections, but are these projections supported by anything or are they what the pushers think will happen? I have not seen anything that shows what the true public support for such an attraction is. Seems that some people are very interested in spending money that they don't have.

Added: October 23, 2014
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Barb McKinney who is Julie Berry's campaign manager. Not to mention, Dave Nickels future first Deputy and head of voter Registration made a scene at an Election Board meeting yesterday. It was so bad the Democrat representative Merritt Alcorn was truly embarrassed by her crazy accusations. He had to reprimand her many times.
The reason Barb is upset. It's all on the line this Election. If Norbert wins. Her husband is out. If Mannix wins no job for her. If Julie loses the local Dems have nothin to hang their hat on.
By the way, the lovely ms. McKinney is acting. They must be getting beat.


Added: October 23, 2014
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To the City and County Council: It's time to tell the owners of The Majestic along with Andrew/Linda that the rusted barge needs floated on down the river. The taxpayers here cannot afford to prop up another defunct and seasonal business that has not had a profit in 8 years and doubtful they ever will.Facts are facts.

Added: October 23, 2014
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Added: October 23, 2014
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