23 July 2012 0 Comments

Lower Merion’s Libraries – A Study in Democratic Spending- Can Lower Merion Democrats Be Trusted with Money? The Evidence Says “No”.

More money spent on a bricks and mortar building in the age of Internet. Can Democrats be trusted with money? Do Democrats even understand money? How many people actually use the Ardmore library, that is, how many library card swipes are there in a month? No one seems to know…or care. It’s not their money […]

15 September 2011 0 Comments

Lower Merion: Jenny Brown, The Forgotten Taxpayer’s BFF, Analyzes $700,000 Workers Association Proposed Contract

Location: Ardmore Joined: 2006-01-13 Posts: Votes Received:  3.5 3813 votes received Lower Merion Township Commissioner, The Forgotten Taxpayer’s BFF, comments on the proposed Workers Association contract. The Key Point: the Forgotten Taxpayer cannot afford these increases. Distrubingly, Township Commissioner Paul McElhaney plans on voting on the Workers Association contract negotiated by his brother, George McElahaney, […]

14 September 2011 0 Comments

Lower Merion: Can Majority Commissioners Be Trusted With Money?

The Lower Merion Majority Does It Again. Commissioners Rogan, McGuire, Bernheim, Gordon, Lindner, Churchill, Manos, Dellheim, McElhaney, can they be trusted with money? ¬†LM union ratifies new labor contract Friday, July 29, 2011 The Majority’s Money Policy   $700,000 over four years! Yikes. How many nongovernment workers got this kind of increase? $1300 lump sum […]

18 August 2011 0 Comments

Lower Merion Workers Association Contract

Alicia Guide of Ardmore-Wynnewood-Merion Patch updates on the “whip count”; five in favor, three oppose. Lew Gould did not return phone call, however, his record is one of fiscal common sense. There are 14 Commissioners; 8 votes are needed to approve this increased expenditure. Commissioner Paul McElhaney, brother of Workers Association president, George McElhaney, plans […]