Sunday, May 11, 2008

AS I WAS SAYING...UPDATES ON LATEST POSTS

Dear Readers:

I would like to update my past posts on Westchester County ticketing local incensed taxis and energy independence starts with you.

TAXIS: After talking with County Legislator George Oros, I have found out he is on the job and has not forgotten my concerns (my apologies for stating otherwise). He has been in e-mail contact with Peekskill Mayor Foster and is awaiting a reply. He is also readying a proposal to protect local licensed taxis. He is looking for democratic co-sponsors to make this bi-partisan. It is my hope Legislator Kaplowitz will sign on(his office is also on the job), The big stumbling block will be County Executive Andrew Spano as it his branch of government that has initiated this assault on local licensed taxi. I urge you whether you use taxis or not to contact the County executive and demand he support Legislator Oros as he protects local licensed taxis.


ENERGY:

I would like to add to my eight points on energy independence the following: According to the latest figures from the federal government, there is in untapped reserves off the west coast 121 billion barrels of oil. To put that into context, it would fuel 60 million cars for sixty years. In the Gulf of Mexico there are untapped enough natural gas(a by-product) to heat 10 million homes for 160 years. These are not to be taken separately, but added to the whole reserves in the western hemisphere in proving we would no longer need middle east oil. There is no shortage of oil only a shortage of political will.

As for our esteemed Congressman John Hall, he insults his base by denying the building of refineries, pipelines and new drilling. These would be union jobs. Good paying union jobs with benefits. He is saying to district 19, screw you, you must suffer till we come up with an alternative no matter how long it takes! You must suffer high heating costs, gas costs, food costs, have no job, no insurance because there is smog in Los Angeles. Let Los Angeles representatives worry about Los Angeles, John Hall should worry about district 19.

I believe the first republican candidate to articulate my eight points and these others I have just mentioned will win the primary and general election. I believe the first candidate to stand for something that will stabilize food and fuel prices will take 19. I believe the majority of the people in this district could not give a rats butt about Los Angeles, they care about heating their homes, fueling their cars and feeding their families.
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NEW RESTAURANT IN PEEKSKILL:

Trattoria Valentia on 911 South Street (ph# (914)831-3301 is now open Chef Louie (formerly of Leonardo's in Mohegan Lake) is in full control of the kitchen. I highly recommend you make this a must stop!!!!!
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E-MAIL RESPONSE FROM PATTY V.
RE: MY NEW COLUMN IN THE NCN:

Andy:

I read your piece in this week's NCN and couldn't agree more with your sentiments. It is truly amazing that most of our neighbors here in Westchester and Putnam are so brainwashed by the looney leftwing media that they honestly believe there's not enough oil to go around. Irwin Seltzer of the Hudson Institute had a great Op Ed piece about this, and the information he shared is worth repeating:

1. The myth that we're running out of oil- Oil production is constrained by several forces, none of them due to God's failure to put enough of the black gold under our feet. Several important sources of supply are in turmoil (not "term oil"). In Nigeria, security problems have shut down 20% of the nation's capacity; in Irag, political paralysis and terrorists have kept production at less than half its potential, and Russian oil output has dropped significantly because of Vladimir Putin's policies.
2. Mexico's President Calderon has trying to introduce modern methods of extracting more oil from existing fields and finding new ones. His opponents have already delayed enabling legislation and promise riots in the streets if this is done. Mexico is the world's 3rd largest oil producer.
3. Our so called "friends" in Saudi Arabia, the royal family, has announced that they won't expand capacity. Why should they when oil is now at $120/ barrel? New production would drive down prices as demand drops from our slowing US economy.
4. There's a lot more oil to be found in Kuwait that could be produced at less than $10/ barrel! But the royal family who hid out in swank London hotels while our soldiers saved their nation from Saddam, is reluctant to allow Westerners to explor for oil there.
5. Here in America, Congress and the 3 presidential candidates alternate between calls for "energy independence" and refusals to allow drilling in what they consider "environmentally sensitive" areas in Alaska and offshore California and Florida.

Conclusion: There's a lot of oil out there to be found and produced. We might have reached the age of peak panic about oil supplies, but NOT PEAK OIL. As you too pointed out,this is a massive hoax being perpetrated on all of us. It is destroying our economy and affects every single person in this area. WHAT ARE WE SUPPOSED TO DO NEXT WINTER WHEN IT COSTS $10 GRAND TO HEAT YOUR HOME? IF YOU CAN GET THE OIL THAT IS? WHAT ABOUT THE PRICE OF GAS? How much more can we cut down? What about people like you that drive for a living.

We have been cutting down dead trees on our property and stockpiling wood to help heat our home next November. Too bad we can't figure out a way to use it to drive our cars.

best regards,

Patty V.
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A SPECIAL INVITE:

THE CIRCOLO da VINCI invites you to their twenty-sixth Annual Awards Dinner.

It is to honor David and Nancy Paganelli owners of the Traveler's Rest on Rt.100 in Ossining for their community service and the Circolo da Vinci 2008 scholarship winners. The date is 05/22/08 a Thursday. The time is 6:30PM. the place is Sinapi's Ceola Manor in Jefferson Valley, Yorktown. The tickets are only $55.00 per person with a cash bar.

This is an honorable organization honoring honorable people. Anybody who has had the pleasure of attending or having a party, or just dinner at the Traveler's Rest knows that. I urge you to attend. For additional information call 1(914)245-2316
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NEW CABLE TV SHOWS:

Former Peekskill Mayor John Testa has started his cable show "On Topic with John Testa". It airs Thursdays 9:30PM on chanel 15 in Peekskill and Cortlandt. This week he covers the hot topic of the Centenial Fire House

NEW CABLE TV SHOWS:

Domenic Volpe has started a new public access show called the Volpe Report. Viewers will be able to see this program on community Channel 15 in the Peekskill/ Cortlandt area and on Channel 74 in Yorktown. The next shows have as guest Cortlant Councilman John Sloan and Peekskill Mayor Mary Foster

NEW CABLE TV SHOW: FROM A POST ON THE LoHud FORUM BY DR. POWELL:

The Issues with Sam Davis:

Airs on Thursdays at 9PM on Channel 74 (Public Access)in Putnam Valley and Yorktown. Sam Davis hosts. The show features a wide range of guests including artists, activists, attorneys, business owners, and politicians, talking about topics that are timely, relevant, and important. Tomorrow night is the premiere show with guest Jeff Green, local activist, business owner, and moderator of the renowned Plan Putnam blog. Jeff is also known for the work he has done for the environment and governmental integrity. The main topic of conversation for The Issues is property school taxes.

Next week’s show features local artist, musician, photographer, filmmaker John Cohen. John is a Putnam Valley character who helps to give this Town its unique flavor.Then, Domenic Volpe, businessman and former candidate will discuss involvement in local government, and impacts on business in the region.On the fourth week’s show, David Wright, Yorktown attorney and former Putnam Valley Town Attorney, discusses what local residents can do to enhance the effectiveness and responsiveness of local government.It is a varied and dynamic line-up, with the promise of more local issues of consequence in the weeks to come.
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A MESSAGE FROM CANDIDATE FOR PEEKSKILL SCHOOL BOARD DOUG GLICKERT:

Doug Glickert Announces Campaign for Peekskill School Board
Peekskill, NY (April 30, 2008)

Doug Glickert a father, NYC public school teacher and active community leader officially turned in his petitions to run for the City of Peekskill School Board. Doug actively started gathering signatures last month and exceeded by two-fold number of signatures required to be on the ballot. As a parent with four children all going to different schools in the Peekskill City School District, Doug said “I feel compelled to serve the community as a school board member, where I can use my experience in education and school leadership to make a difference”.
The Peekskill City School Board needs a new voice and Doug’s goals are to work smartly and efficiently and to use tax money wisely for the benefit of every child. He added that “We must have teamwork from the top down and build unity to meet the challenges of our school district. I plan to build on the previous success of the board to ensure a strong foundation for our children’s futures.”
Doug gathered signatures in a number of different and diverse neighborhoods and has been struck by the strong support he has been given.

The School Board Election is May 20, 2008 at the Peekskill High School.
Contact Doug Glickert 914.737.3215 email evodoug@gmail.com
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A MESSAGE FROM ASSEMBLYWOMAN GALEF:


GALEF/LEIBELL PROPOSE NEW TEENAGE DRIVING LAWS



Assemblywoman Sandy Galef and Senator Vincent Leibell have introduced two teenage driving bills in the New York Legislature. These bills would make the roads safer by encouraging teenagers to be safer drivers.

“These bills are vital to help further protect new drivers, as well as everyone else on the road,” Galef stated. “Too many inexperienced drivers are on the road without having had enough practice, putting themselves and others at risk. There are numerous teenagers, passengers of teen drivers, and innocent bystanders who are hurt due to careless driving that could have been prevented with more practice and stricter rules regarding passengers with teen drivers.”

The first, bill A.2220/S.4698, would increase the number of required supervised driving hours from twenty to fifty hours prior to the issuance of a class DJ or class MJ license, or a limited class DJ or MJ. In addition, at least fifteen of those required hours would be during the period of sunset to nine o’clock in the evening. In 2004, 78% of the fatal crashes involving sixteen year olds behind the wheel occurred because of a driver error. These errors could be reduced with more supervised driving time.

The second bill, A.2221/S.4701, would prohibit inexperienced drivers from having other teenagers in the car unless accompanied by a licensed driver twenty-one years old or older. New York State law now limits teen drivers to two passengers under 21 per car unless supervised by someone over 21. But AAA is recommending that this be strengthened by prohibiting teen drivers from transporting other teen passengers for at least six months of their intermediate/probationary stage. This legislation puts that recommendation into action. This is a necessary step to protect the passengers, as well as the driver. Many teenage drivers become distracted with friends in the car, and lose their focus on the road.

Senator Leibell stated, “Tragically, each year, there are hundreds of lives lost on the road due to inexperience. Our young drivers have not been required by law to put in the amount of practice that they truly need to protect themselves and others from careless mistakes. The intention behind this legislation is simply to increase supervised driving hours and limit the amount of passengers in a car until these young drivers have proven themselves responsible enough to handle various situations.”

Galef has also introduced an additional bill, A.9496, which would further add to teenage driving safety. This bill requires a holder of a class DJ or class MJ learner’s permit, while operating a vehicle, to display a sign indicating that such vehicle is being driven by a new driver. This is a common practice in Ireland, as well as other places around the world such as parts of Australia, British Columbia, Sweden, India, and Hong Kong.

“These bills will provide extra steps for new drivers to keep the roads and our children, friends, and family safe. Requiring extra hours to get more experience behind the wheel, keeping teenage friends from distracting the driver, and putting a sign in a car window are tiny prices to pay when taking into account that the reward is safer roads for all drivers,” Galef concluded.
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A MESSAGE FROM PEEKSKILL DEMOCTATIC CHAIRMAN DARREN RIGGER:

MEET PEEKSKILL'S NEW DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY

at the Peekskill Democratic City Committee's

SPRING FUNDRAISER

Thursday, May 15th, 2008
7:00 - 10:00 PM

Join us at the

CORTLANDT COLONIAL
RESTAURANT
with Hon. Mary F. Foster, Mayor
Hon. Don Bennett Jr., Deputy Mayor
Hon. Drew Claxton, Common Council
Hon. Patricia Riley, Common Council
Hon. Joseph V. Schuder, Common Council
Hon. Andrew Torres, Common Council

714 Albany Post Rd.
Cortlandt Manor, NY

For an evening of
DINNER and MUSIC
wine and beer included
cash bar available

$65 Per person, $120 per couple
www.peekskilldems.com

Kindly R.S.V.P. to: Ruth Wells
at 914-736-3740 or email rwells48@aol.com
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TWO MESSAGES FROM ASSEMBLYMAN GREG BALL:

Ball ready to roll, faces illegal immigrant activist
Independent Media Center | May 9, 2008

SOUTHEAST, NEW YORK. New York State Assemblyman Greg Ball, an Air Force Captain and former business executive, says he "welcomes the challenge" after acquiring his first challenger for reelection yesterday. John Degnan, former Mayor of the Village of Brewster, New York, received the ceremonial endorsement of a group led by former Assemblyman Willis Stephens Jr., whom Ball ousted in 2006.

Degnan is remembered for his failed 2007 sanctuary city initiative to grant ID cards to illegal aliens, when he invited the Guatemalan consulate to come to the village to offer its mobile ID card service to distribute identification cards to illegal aliens. Assemblyman Ball, who opposed the measure, also orchestrated the defeat of a similar plan by ex-Governor Eliot Spitzer to grant driver's licenses illegal immigrants.

In his 2006 state of the village address, Degnan promised that the village would construct a hiring site for Brewster's day laborers, which was defeated by a protest led by Assemblyman Ball that included agents of the U.S. Immigration and Customers Enforcement agency and hundreds of residents of the tiny village. Former Mayor Degnan told The Journal News that he had felt "enthusiastic" about playing an "integral role" in the failed sacntuary measure to secure a work shelter site for undocumented residents of Northern Westchester and Putnam Counties.

During an unsuccessful 2007 campaign for office, Degnan left the Republican party to run as a Democrat. Hispanic residents of Brewster complained of a decline in their quality of life during Degnan's mayoralty, citing overcrowding and joblessness. The ex-Mayor's opponents labeled Degnan a "slumlord", a charge which he rejected. Although he later hired a worker to fight the overcrowding, even Degnan's own supporters concede he did little to tackle the immigration issue.

Ball, fresh off a recent legislative victory to provide free college tuition to veterans of the Armed Forces, is known as "Albany's most ardent supporter of legal immigration". He is a state chairman of Lawmakers for Legal Immigration, an immigration reform group, and achieved prominence for his work with 9/11 Families for a Secure America, enacting the 287(g) program to empower state law enforcement officers to act as ICE agents to crack down on crime and deport incarcerated illegal aliens, as well as a series of immigration bills that passed in the State Assembly to crack down on contractors breaking state labor laws. Illegal immigration costs New Yorkers more than $5.1 billion per year for education, medical care, and incarceration.


GET INVOLVED TODAY!!!

DONATE TODAY!!

www.SupportGreg.com

www.Ball4NY.com

MESSAGE TWO:
Calendar of Events

Annual Sinatra Soiree

Guest Speaker: Curtis Sliwa

Sponsorships Available! Call 917 681 9302

Wednesday, May 28th, 6PM Cocktails, 7PM Dinner

Traveler’s Rest, Ossining, NY 10562

Pay at the door or Online at www.GballEvents.com



Pictures from last Soiree!

http://picasaweb.google.com/AssemblymanBall/AnnualNewYearSEveBash

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“New Yorkers on the Ball”

The Best Golf Outing Around

Annual Golf Tournament at Salem Golf Club

Visit Salem Golf Club in North Salem at: http://www.salemgolfclub.org/home.asp

Monday, June 16th, 11AM Registration, 1PM Shotgun, 6PM Dinner

$250 Per Player: Includes Lunch, 18 Holes, Cart, Open Bar, Raffles and Prizes, and Dinner

$100 Dinner Only: Dinner and Open Bar

Register for Golf or Dinner Only at http://www.ball4ny.com/events/golftickets.htm

Purchase an ad in the Journal at http://www.ball4ny.com/events/golfcalendar.htm

Purchase a Sponsorship at http://www.ball4ny.com/events/golfsponsor.htm



Pictures from Last Year!

http://picasaweb.google.com/AssemblymanBall/GolfOutingJune2006

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Annual Country BBQ and Country Music

Live Country Music Famous David Akin Band!

Saturday, July 12th, 11AM-4PM, RT311 Patterson, NY, 12563

Gun, Archery, Bait and Tackle Vendors in Attendance

Food and Drink, Chicken, Sausage, Hamburgers, Sides

Sponsorships Available! Call 917 681 9302

$75 Per Person

NRA Membership Discount: $50PP

Send checks to “New Yorkers on the Ball” PO Box 607, Pawling, NY 12564



Pictures from Last Year!

http://picasaweb.google.com/AssemblymanBall/AmishOutlawsSteakfestAnAnnualCountryBBQ

www.Ball4NY.com
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TWO MESSAGES FROM THE WESTCHESTER COUNTY REPUBLICANS:

Westchester GOP Convention Update

Dear Fellow Republicans:

We are currently in the process of scheduling our county convention for later this month. If you are interested in running for office this year and have yet to step forward, please contact me as soon as possible.

We are fortunate to have a number of qualified individuals who have announced or are getting ready to announce their candidacies, and I am confident that with Senator John McCain at the top of the ticket, 2008 is shaping up to be a great year for Westchester Republicans.

Please see the list below of offices that we will be nominating candidates for.

It is not too late to join the process if you are interested in running. Please contact me at (914) 497-2876 or send an e-mail to Chairman@WestchesterGOP.com. I look forward to hearing from you!

Sincerely,
Douglas A. Colety, Chairman

2008 Races:
Westchester County Court

Congressional District 17 – Greenburgh (part), Mount Vernon, Yonkers (part), Rockland County (part), Bronx County (part)

Congressional District 18 – Greenburgh (part), Eastchester, Harrison, Mamaroneck, Mount Pleasant, New Castle, North Castle, Ossining, Pelham, Rye Town, Scarsdale, New Rochelle, Rye City, White Plains, Yonkers (part), Rockland County (part)

Congressional District 19 – Bedford, Cortlandt, Lewisboro, Mount Kisco, North Salem, Peekskill, Pound Ridge, Somers, Yorktown, Dutchess County, Orange County (part), Putnam County, Rockland County (part)

Senate District 34 – Eastchester, Pelham, Mount Vernon (part), New Rochelle (part), Yonkers (part), Bronx County (part)

Senate District 35 – Greenburgh (part), Mount Pleasant, Yonkers (part)

Senate District 36 – Mount Vernon (part), Bronx County (part)

Senate District 37 – Harrison, Mamaroneck, New Castle, New Rochelle, North Castle, Ossining, Rye Town, Rye City, Scarsdale, White Plains

Senate District 40 – Bedford, Cortlandt, Lewisboro, Mount Kisco, North Salem, Peekskill, Pound Ridge, Somers, Yorktown, Putnam County

Assembly District 87 – Mount Vernon (part), Yonkers (part)

Assembly District 88 – Eastchester, New Rochelle (part), Pelham, Scarsdale, White Plains (part)

Assembly District 89 – Bedford, Harrison, Lewisboro, Mount Kisco, New Castle, North Castle, Pound Ridge, White Plains (part)

Assembly District 90 – Cortlandt, Ossining, Peekskill, Putnam County (part)

Assembly District 91 – Mamaroneck, New Rochelle (part), Rye City, Rye Town

Assembly District 92 – Greenburgh, Mount Pleasant, Yonkers (part)

Assembly District 93 – Yonkers (part)

Assembly District 99 – Somers, Yorktown, North Salem, Dutchess County (part), Putnam County (



MESSAGE TWO:




MEMO: To all District Leaders, Elected Officials, Candidates, Committee Chairs and Club Presidents



FROM: Doug Colety, Chairman



We have set up a political events calendar for fundraisers, community events, local committee meetings and other events of interest to our candidates, party officials, elected officials, supporters and volunteers.



The link to view the calendar is as follows:



http://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=214events%40gmail.com&pvttk=35a9c317a5ce5f9eb255e8f484808d11



Please cut and paste this link into your web browser for future reference.



In order to have your event posted to the calendar, it is recommended that you supply the event information by one of the following methods:



(1): e-mail to 214events@gmail.com

(2): fax to 914 949-2275

(3): call Margaret Soter, 914 949-3020



County Committee will post all events with the information provided. However, you should provide at least the following basic information:



(1): Candidate, committee or organization name

(2): Date, starting time and ending time if available

(3): Location, town/city, address

(4): Cost (if any), phone number RSVP (if available)
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BEACH PARTY IN PUTNAM VALLEY:
A MESSAGE FROM PUTNAM VALLEY SUPERVISOR BOB TENDY:

Good morning, everyone.

Last night's meeting of the Lake Peekskill Civic
Association dealt with a
number of issues, but the two that I will discuss
here are "skateboarders"
and the Lake Peekskill Summer Barbecue/Beach
Party.

A.

BEACH PARTY/BARBECUE: The date is Saturday,
August 2, with a rain date of
Sunday, August 3. ANYONE WHO WANTS TO HELP PLEASE
EMAIL ME OR CALL ME AT
845-526-2121. This party won't take a ton of
work, but it will take a crew
of 10 - 15 dedicated volunteers to plan and
implement.

The Plan:

FUNDING:
All $$ needed for this event will be by donation
and fund raising. If the
LPCA wants to contribute, that would be a good
thing, but certainly not a
requirement.

INSURANCE:
I believe there may not be any insurance
necessary. This isn't a private
association party, it's a district event and as
such should fall under the
town's policy. I will check on this, but that's
the early information.

FOOD/REFRESHMENTS:
Soda/water/juice--no alcoholic beverages. Several
coolers. Each drink will
be $1 dollar. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be $1
or $2? Maybe $1.50?

Hopefully we can get people to contribute a tray
of food or snacks (cookies,
cake, salad, cheese, grapes, brownies, sausage
and peppers, etc.) We can
also sell this and raise money for next year's
party.

We will have one area where a large barbecue will
be set up for hamburgers
and hot dogs. Probably not far from the dumpster.
We can have some coolers
set aside for ice cream/frozen snacks.

We will need to make simple signs for the food
stations.

ACTIVITIES:
Greased watermelon contest; cardboard boat race
(real boats made by the kids
that they race in); peanut butter and jelly
sandwich swim race; raffles,
prizes, 50/50; DJ and/or band; Skateboarding
demonstrations if possible;
maybe we could heire a magician for an hour for
the kids, a juggler, face
painter, henna tattoos, etc.

Anyone wanting to be part of this activities
committee please let me know!

TIME:
Probably from 1 pm to whenever.

Please contact me with any suggestions or offers
of assistance

B.

Skateboarding:

We have no property right now for skateboarding.
It is my opinion that we
should try to get a spot in Lake Peekskill AND in
the town park so that we
can cover both areas of town.

I sent an earlier email to some of the people who
signed their names to a
list, but I haven't had any responses yet. Please
contact me if you are
interested in moving forward with a discussion
and, hopefully,
implementation of this idea.

Thank you!

Bob Tendy
Putnm Valley Town Supervisor
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THIS WEEKS "IN MY OPINION COLUMN" IN THE NCN:

Dear Readers:

This week I discuss how to achieve energy independence. You can read my column on this topic exclusively on line(see link below)or in this weeks NORTH COUNTY NEWS on sale now. I am worth the seventy-five cents. Look for my column IN MY OPINION(page 10) in the editorial section. Better yet as this column is exclusive to the North County News on a regular basis and will be covering the local political scene, take out a subscription. Click on the North County News link below and go to Subscribe. Between this blog and The North County News you will have all the information to make a vote based on substance.
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FYI:ATOM TAXI INC. AIRPORT SERVICE:

Dear Readers:

This gives me a chance to plug my business ATOM TAXI INC. As you are planning your holiday or business or vacation travel? Instead of the headache of trying to find Airport parking, we do Airport Service to The Westchester County Airport(and ALL other airports) 24/7. Just call 1(914)879-6121 and my partner Tommy, will be glad to take you in our Airport Taxi. You will also be provided with a free copy of your local paper of record The North County News. If this is a business trip we also provide a professional receipt, just tell Tommy at the time of booking. The cost of a one-way trip to LaGuardia Airport the cost is Ninety dollars plus tolls. The cost to JFK and Newark Airports is one hundred-twenty-five dollars plus tolls. The tolls are $10.00 Westchester County Airport and Stewart cost $75.00. We do not take credit cards, sorry.
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E-MAIL ME WITH YOUR COMMENTS:

Dear Readers:

It has come to my attention the difficulty in posting a comment on this blog. If you wish to comment, e-mail me at the link posted below, putting "Manifesto Reader" in the subject matter, and I will "cut and Paste" your comments myself. If you DO NOT wish your comments posted, but just wish to communicate with me, please make your wishes known in the e-mail.

LINKS: atom_taxi@yahoo.com(as this a yahoo address make sure you put an underscore (-) between atom and taxi)

For immediate reply: atomtaxi@aol.com
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SITES TO LINK TO:

PLAN PUTNAM: planputnam@googlegroups.com/

PEEKSKILL GUARDIAN: "http://peekskillguardian.blogspot.com/

NORTH COUNTY NEWS:"http://northcountynews.com/

THE JOURNAL NEWS:http://thejournalnews.com/

PEEKSKILL DEMOCRATS:http://www.peekskilldems.com/"

PEEKSKILLREPUBLICANS:http://peekskillgop.com/

YORKTOWN SUPERVISOR DON PETERS: http://www.donpetersforyorktown.com/

PUTNAM VALLEY SUPERVISOR BOB TENDY:http://www.bobtendyforsupervisor.com/

THE PEEKSILL NEWS:http://thepeekskillnews.blogspot.com/
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CABLE SHOWS TO WATCH

ON POINT ON PEEKSKILL: Every Tuesday at 8PM channel 15 (Peekskill only)
Hosted by:DARREN RIGGER

DON PETERS AND YORKTOWN: Every Tuesday at 10PM channel 74
Hosted by: DON PETERS

YORKTOWN WATCHDOG: Every Friday at 9:30 PM on channel 74
Hosted By: ED CHIFFON

LEGISLATORS REPORT: Saturday and Sunday at various times on chanel 20
Hosted By: COUNCILMEN NICK BIANCO AND LOU CAMPISI

THE VOLPE REPORT: Thursadys at 8PM chanel 15 (Peek. and Cort.) 74 (York.)
Hosted By: Dominec Volpe

THE ISSUES: Thursdays at 9:PM chanel 74
Hosted by; Sam Davis

ON TOPIC WITH JOHN TESTA: Thursdays at 9:30PM chanel 15 (Peekskill & Cortlant)
Hosted by: John Testa

CARS & US: Fridays 10 PM chanel 15(Peek. & Cortlant) 74(York. & Put. Valley)
Hosted By: Dennis Tate
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EDITOR'S NOTE:
All articles re-printed in this blog from the North County News are with the permission of Bruce Apar Publisher and Editor-in-Chief

BAZZO 05/11/08

1 comment:

Pat said...

Dude, your defense of the media conglomerates is fair and unbiased, unlike some of the very for profit news outlets you defend. You are correct that some will have to toe the company line with public commentary. I take exception, however, to those "party liners" who claim to be fair and unbiased but actually put forth the ultra-arch-conservative views of the home office (I will leave your readers to figure out for themselves to whom I refer). And, in my efforts to be fair, I also call out those on the side of the ultra-"pinko"-left wing-liberal air wave hogs. Just be truthful and you can be as lopsided in your presentation of the news as you, or "The Suits" want.