Shelley Dickstein

and the rest of the Williams corruption story

Today, the Dayton Daily News has a very long story which is claiming to reveal new evidence in the Joey D. Williams investigation. They state: The Dayton Daily News obtained a federal search warrant and supporting documents from the 2015 search of Williams’ Sunnyview Avenue home. Using those and other public records and interviews, our Read More

Unacceptable answers on Dayton water outages

The responses from city officials on why water isn’t safe or available to over 400,000 people in the area are unacceptable. While Nan Whaley and her “Culture of Corruption” crew have been busy buying up buildings with tax dollars and giving them to developers, they have ignored the most fundamental role of government- basic infrastructure. Read More

You’re fired

To the Republican senators who refuse to do their job and vote on President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee Merrick B. Garland, you’re fired. Typically, people who refuse to do the job they are supposed to do- get fired, at least in the private sector. In the public sector- not so much. Right now, more than Read More

Woosh, we’re a test market

Last summer, it wasn’t safe to drink the water in Toledo, thanks to a giant algae bloom. Now, it’s not safe for the people of Flint to drink the water because when the “Emergency Manager” for the bankrupt city decided to switch water supplies- the acidic river water flushed the calcification in the lead pipes Read More

The hole on Ludlow Street

Last week the Dayton Daily news had the sad, sad story of poor Steve Rauch who didn’t get paid for tearing down a perfectly good historic building. No mention of performance bonds- which is the norm for projects like this: The company that demolished parts of the historic Dayton Daily News building at 45 S. Read More

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