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Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Agendaless Meeting

Leave it to Mark Evers to fail to supply a single item on an agenda for the Organizational Meeting. That's right, not one single item for the Board members to see in advance and know what they are being asked to vote on.

Yet that's what has been placed on line on the town's web page at townofng.com. Are there appointments to be made? Who knows? And who are they? Again, who knows. This is the kind of reckless manipulation of public responsibility that characterizes Mark Evers personality and thankfully, it's coming to an end sooner rather than later.

A New CBS 6 News Promotion

We told you about the daily damage done to the Supervisor with a promotional spot being run several times a day to promote the station's news cast. It featured Mark Evers trying to stop a CBS 6 camera from taking pictures of our Supervisor as he ran from a reporter's questions. Word has it, Mr. Evers complained about the spot after we noted it here and the station has taken note. They are running a longer version of the Evers encounter in their new promotion.


Anonymous said...

Does anyone know who actually pens Lill Parsons letters. No offense- but have you ever spoken to Lill? She doesn't speak like the letters with her name on it. Just wondering.

The North Greenbush Pipeline said...

Richard Crist, the GOP staffer at the county legislature has been providing letters for Ms.Parsons and writing letters for Lou Desso as well. He has not been writing for Mark Evers, however, a sign of trouble for the soon to be ex-supervisor.

Interested Party said...

Rich must be busy writing for people who can't put two sentences together, like Lou and Leon who both aspire to County seats. And, while we're on Rich- if I see one more County leg giving away gifts to Vanderheyden kids, I'm going to hurl- these kids no more want these useless politicos talking to them than they want to be in this facility. Let's not forget that the Rep majority gave themselves a 33% boost after the last election- but they still have a ways to go to catch up with Evers desired raise.