In 2010-2011, We The People were charged with a tremendous task by the very people that were supposed to be serving us. Led by "the legend in his own mind" Ron Angle, and let us not forget County Executive John Stoffa.
Out to serve themselves, they chose to put the will of We The People to the test. Only to discover that the will of The People was much greater than the deceptions they could muster.
Today, the "Gracedale Initiative" tree, planted in NorCo by We The People has begun to bear it's fruit.
In Allentown there is another initiative moving forward to prevent the sale of the water plant, and the committee spearheading the initiative has just received word from the "City Clerk, Michael Hanlon, declaring that petitions submitted to him on November 28, by the committee, have been declared sufficient."
Surprisingly or not, the nonsensical ignoramus has this to say: "So in this instance, I'd support giving the voters a direct say in the privatization of its water supply."
Wow, isn't that nice. The People of Allentown get his support to prevent the sale of A WATER TREATMENT PLANT. But when it came to GRACEDALE, dealing with human life, what did he have to say: "I tend to oppose direct democracy, sometimes called initiative and referendum," and what did we hear him yell at the top of his lungs? SELL, SELL, SELL.
The greatness of the news received by the committee is that Democracy is alive and well in Allentown. We suggest to the governing body that the will of We The People be served!
Northampton County Council
Meeting this evening 6:30
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