Group bans broadcast of supervisor debate October 28, 2009 02:11 AM, the PhillyBurbs.com, website for the Buck County Courier Times ran the following article: www.phillyburbs.com/news/local/courier_times/courier_times_news_details/article/28/2009/october/28/group-bans-broadcast-of-supervisor-debate.html By: DANNY ADLER of the Bucks County Courier Times with the above title. The story lead-in begins: The League of Women Voters said it wouldn’t (more…)

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From Jim Donahue and Grace Fries Township Supervisors: George Komelasky and Eileen Silver (www.KomelaskySilver09.com) Tax Collector: Barbara Bucknum Township Auditor: Larry Weinstein Constable: Ray Brown District Attorney: Dave Heckler State Supreme Court Justice: Judge Joan Orie Melvin Dear Fellow Voters, November 3rd is Election Day. It is a Municipal Election (more…)

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From Pete Palestina, Republican Committeeman and former Township Supervisor To my neighbors and friends of Northampton voting District #7:On Tuesday, November 3rd there will be an election that is likely to be the most important local election we have ever had in the 21st century. As many of you know, (more…)

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Here’s the text of a recently published opinion letter by Jerold Bass in The Bucks County Courier Times, in case you missed it. It addresses both the criticism leveled at the Board of Supervisors and the unfair, poorly researched articles on the subject by the newspaper staff and editors. On (more…)

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Here’s a copy of a letter sent by Sheila Bass, a Northampton resident and member of the Northampton Township Municipal Authority, on October 22, 2009 to the Bucks County Courier Times Letters editor in response to a published letter from another citizen. The words are the same, except for a (more…)

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While the economy, healthcare, our troops and the world waits, here is where the President hangs for the SECOND time!… Obama returns to Jersey, looks to give Corzine a late boost Thursday, October 22, 2009 Josh MargolinSTATEHOUSE AND SUSAN K. LIVIO Hoping to provide the final lift Gov. Jon Corzine (more…)

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Tonight at 7:30 – Township Building The debate will not be televised and the only chance you may get to see it is live. The room occupancy is 60, so first come first served; get there as early as possible. We want to be well represented by our supporters, so (more…)

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Guest Opinion on the choice of who represents us in shaping township developments, proven experience or zero experience. by Ed Farling, Northampton PA I grew up in Bensalem’s Nottingham section.  Big C, an indoor, open-stall discount market on the edge of the neighborhood, closed soon after we moved there. The (more…)

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Job approval for Barack Obama have declined since his Jan. 20 inauguration. His disapproval rating has jumped substantially. And like Obama, Gov Rendell and Democrats in general are trying to outdo each other in throwing the taxpayers money around. As this has accelerated and expanded at a pocket book busting (more…)

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Pennsylvania’s Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) to Open Nov. 2, Says Petri Rep. Scott Petri (R-Bucks) announced today that Pennsylvania’s Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) will begin accepting applications for cash grants Nov. 2. Crisis grants will be available on Jan. 4, 2010. LIHEAP helps low-income people pay (more…)

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While the economy continues to wallow, healthcare crumbles and war in Afghanistan continues, the dimocrats in Congress spend precious time on this: Markup Report: Foreign Affairs Approves Resolution to Mark Anniversary of Philippines’ Independence 10/14/2009 6:34:18 PM The House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific, and the Global Environment (more…)

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This week the Obama Administration directed all agencies to propose goals for cutting direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions by 2020. Under the Executive Order, called The Leadership in Environmental, Energy, and Economic Performance (LEEEP), agencies must for the first time measure, report and reduce their carbon footprint. Each agency (more…)

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