Saturday, September 29, 2012

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Congressman Chris Murphy’s Campaign Headquarters Delinquent on Property Taxes to City of New Britain!

The records of the tax collector’s office (as of 9/14/2012) report that Congressman Chris Murphy’s Election Headquarters is delinquent on personal property taxes owed to the city of New Britain. According to the records, “Christopher Murphy Election Headquarters” owed a payment of $58.94 for personal property located at 81 West Main Street. The payment would have been due on July 1st, and has now accrued interest of $2.64, for a total due of $61.58—including the interest due through the end of September.

As, Linda would say, "he wants the voters to promote him."


Vote ‘President by Proxy’ Valerie Jarrett out of office on Nov. 6

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Thursday, September 27, 2012

If Obama’s Economy is a Joke, then What is Clinton Lying about Again!

Timothy O’Brien resorts to plants | New Britain Republicans

Obama and Congress Are Choosing to Cause a Recession

New New Britain Police Radio Communictions Changes

The Common Council, during yesterday's meeting, approved a resolution to authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Northeast Towers, Inc. for the installation of a Communications Tower Atop The New Britain Police Department New Building at 10 Chestnut Street, City.

The original plan was to place the tower atop of the D'Amato Apartment Building however, it was decided by the city council, with another resolution, to replace the D'Amato antenna tower with one being installed at the Stanley Golf Course Maintenance Facility off Hartford Road. The Police Communications System will have three towers located at the Hospital of Central Connecticut, the water tank on Elam Street and an area adjacent to the Stanley Golf course maintenance facility off Hartford Road.

A public hearing will be held for the public to voice their opinion on the golf course antenna location.


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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Human Resources Agency of New Britain (HRA) Owes City Over $100K In Property Taxes!

According to the records of the tax collector’s office, as of 9/14/2012, Human Resources Agency of New Britain owed the city $104,361.91 in delinquent real estate taxes for their property at 180 Clinton Street. The original tax payment that was due on July 1, 2012 would have been $99,867.85, plus interest of $4,494.06, making the total due including interest through the month of September of $104,361.91.


Ahmadinejad pushes new world order - Washington Times

Make Sequestration Work For Country Not Destroy It

I bet this will surprise you. Go ahead tell me it isn’t true. How did the lemmings in the Congress know they were voting for something like this when they voted for a bill to become law when they never read the bill.

Subject: Dhimmitude....What does this word mean


The word "Dhimmitude" is found in the new health care bill;

so what does it mean?

Thought this was interesting and worth passing on.

Obama used it in the health care bill.

Now isn't this interesting?

It is also included in the health care law.

Dhimmitude -- I had never heard the word until now. Type it into

Google and start reading. Pretty interesting. It's on page 107 of the

healthcare bill. I looked this up on Google and yep, it exists.. It is a

REAL word.

Dhimmitude is the Muslim system of controlling non-Muslim populations

conquered through jihad (Holy War). Specifically, it is the TAXING of

non-Muslims in exchange for tolerating their presence AND as a coercive
means of converting conquered remnants to Islam.

ObamaCare allows the establishment of Dhimmitude and Sharia Muslim
diktat in the United States . Muslims are specifically exempted from the

government mandate to purchase insurance, and also from the penalty tax

for being uninsured. Islam considers insurance to be "gambling",
"risk-taking", and "usury" and is thus banned. Muslims are specifically

granted exemption based on this.

How convenient. So I, as a Christian, will have crippling IRS liens

placed against all of my assets, including real estate, cattle, and even

accounts receivable, and will face hard prison time because I refuse to

buy insurance or pay the penalty tax. Meanwhile, Louis Farrakhan will

have no such penalty and will have 100% of his health insurance needs
paid for by the de facto government insurance. Non-Muslims will be

paying a tax to subsidize Muslims. This is Dhimmitude.

I recommend sending this on to your contacts.
American citizens need to know about it --

Sent in by a friend    fs

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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Another Board of Education Member Owes 2 Years Back Taxes!

According to the collector’s tax records, (as of 9/14) Luisa Leal has not paid her motor vehicle taxes for two years for a 2005 Hyundai Sonata:

2010 taxes that would have been due by July 1, 2011: $187.84, plus interest of $25.38, for a total of $213.22,

2011 taxes that would have been due by July 1, 2012: $189.74, plus interest of $8.55, for a total of $198.29.

The total back taxes, including interest through the month of September is $411.51


Mayor & Council Members Still Searching on What to Tax

Mayor O'Brien's attempt to tax out of town landlords for four million dollars resulted with 18 Landlords speaking against the proposal at a recent planning & zoning sub-committee meeting. Alderman Michael Trueworhty attempted to raise the motion off the table which failed with a 5-4 vote. The Alderman subsequently issued a statement, which appeared in local newspapers, saying that the council has to come up with alternatives in order to fill the budget financial shortfall.

What the Mayor's office and council members seem to not fathom is the fact that many owners of motor vehicles continually avoid paying their city taxes until they need to renew their registration. The much needed cash that is not collected from the taxpayer, when due, could be collected promptly by allowing the eight constables to perform the job that the citizens elected them to do by serving tax warrants issued by the city's tax collector. The current system of sending these unpaid taxes to a collection agency that lacks the legal authority to take any enforcement action clearly is not working as even many elected officials and city commissioners seem to simply ignore their collection letters. Tax warrants issued to constables for collection grant the constables the legal authority to levy bank accounts, garnish wages, or to levy personal property including vehicles and even real estate in order to satisfy the debt owed to the city. You may recall that when news reports surfaced about New Haven constables seizing vehicles for unpaid taxes, tax delinquents flooded city hall in order to pay their taxes in such a mob that the city was forced to keep city hall open late each evening to accommodate the volume of tax payments. There were several news reports about the lines at the tax office that were stretching out of city hall into the street and even around the block as people paid their taxes to avoid being the next one to have their vehicle seized for unpaid taxes, so clearly the constable system does work.

In addition to motor vehicle taxes, it appears that the city does little if anything to collect delinquent real estate or business personal property taxes beyond placing a lien on the property and waiting for possibly many years for the property to be sold in order to collect the back taxes. These are two other areas that the city might experience improvement in voluntary payments if it were to be made known that constables are going to be actively pursuing these forms of taxes as well. Until then, the tax delinquents will continue to fill the city landfill with those seemingly worthless collection agency notices.


Another Board of Education Member Delinquent on Property Taxes

According to the records of the tax collector’s office (as of 9/14), Nicole D. Sanders is delinquent on her motor vehicle taxes for a 2008 Honda Accord, owing a payment of $419.89 that was due July 1st, plus interest of $18.90, for a total balance of $438.79—including the interest for the month of September.


The Wall Street Journal Makes the Case That it is Obama's Fault No Matter How Much He Blames Bush: WSJ The 10% President

Wall Street Journal: The 10% President

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Monday, September 24, 2012

Board of Education Member Hasn’t Paid Motor Vehicle Taxes in 2 Years!

According to the records of the tax collector’s office, Board of Education member Carlos Pina Jr. is among the growing list of elected officials and city commissioners that are delinquent on their taxes.

The records show the following delinquencies regarding Mr. Pina’s motor vehicle taxes for a 2001 Mercedes Benz:

2010 taxes that would have been due and payable by July 1, 2011: $276.92, plus interest of $62.25, for a total due of $339.17

2011 taxes that would have been due and payable by July 1, 2012: $241.68, plus interest of $10.89, for a total due of $252.57

Mr. Pina’s total tax liability totals $591.74—including the interest due through the month of September 2012.


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Mattabassett Chairman 3 Years Delinquent On Real Estate Taxes!

According to the records of the tax collector’s office, Dr. William Candelori, PhD, Chairman of the Mattabassett District currently owes the City of New Britain a total of $9,306.10 in delinquent real estate taxes for a property located at 25 Pierremount Avenue:

2009 taxes: $836.76, plus interest of $87.85, a lien fee of $24.00, for a total due of $948.61

2010 taxes $4,894.88, plus interest of $881.04, a lien fee of $24.00, for a total due of $5,799.92

2011 taxes: $2,447.44, plus interest of $110.13, for a total due of $2,557.57

If the name William Candelori sounds familiar to you, that might be because he was one of the principals of Colonial Realty, which was involved in what is arguably the biggest Ponzi scheme of the time (until Bernie Madoff) and probably of all time here in Connecticut. Dr. Candelori emerged from the scandal with a felony conviction of “tax evasion” for failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars in personal income and he was also barred by the Securities and Exchange Commission from associating with anyone involved in the securities or investment business.

Citing Candelori’s “past record of ethical challenges and conduct as a commissioner” then Mayor Timothy Stewart vetoed Candelori’s appointment to the Mattabassett District. The mayor’s veto message reads in part: “In 1992, Mr. Candelori pled guilty in Federal court to charges of income tax evasion. Subsequently in a 1995 settlement, he was permanently barred by the Securities and Exchange Commission from associating with any broker, dealer, municipal securities dealer, investment advisor or investment company for his role in the Colonial Realty scandal. This investment scheme negatively impacted many local residents and businesses who invested in this company. Currently, Mr. Candelori’s name is currently mentioned in association with an investigation into alleged bribery and fraud at Foxwoods
Casino” (Resolution #30815—veto message).

It was common knowledge at the time that the chairman, whomsoever that would be, would hold a position to oversee the more than $100 million renovations to the plant. However, council Democrats apparently didn’t share that concern for someone who would control over $100 million in taxpayer dollars. Led by Michael Trueworthy and his sidekick Phil Sherwood, they went on what could be described as a crusade to defend Mr. Candelori and in December 2009 they led the override of the mayor's veto of this appointment on a purely partisan vote (4 Republicans voted to sustain the veto, while 11 Democrats voted to override the veto--thereby appointing Candelori).

So now you have it, a convicted felon put into such a position of trust by council Democrats, and he is currently delinquent on 3 years worth of property taxes.



Alderman Rha-Sheen Brown of the New Britain Common Council makes the list of tax delinquents with his DBA known as “The Holy Ground Entertainment." According to the records of the tax collector’s office, under this trade name, Mr. Brown reportedly owes 5 years of back taxes for personal property taxes for the years of 2003 through 2007 amounting to a total delinquency of $386.87.  

Peter Steele deserves to replace Lopes in the 24th. District

Pete Steele, a long time resident of New Britain, recently announced that he will be running for Tim O’Brien’s vacated seat, that Rep Lopes won for the interim period that was left in O'Brien's term, in the State Legislator. Steele has worked hard for New Britain serving on the Park and Recreations Commission, in the New Britain Housing Authority, the New Britain HRA, a member of the New Britain Police Athletic League, and on two separate charter revision commissions.

Peter should replace Lopes since Lopes was the person caught on camera while riffling through the Republicans legislative desks' in order to obtain information for the Democrats to use against the Republicans. Lopes representation for New Britain is reprehensible when every city resident and voters recalls his registering his company vehicles in West Hartford to avoid New Britain's higher taxes.

Peter deserves your vote in the upcoming election to serve as your state representative since he offers no deceitful mannerisms in representing New Britain's residents.


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Sunday, September 23, 2012

Senate Candidate & Republican Town Chairman Joins The Long List of City Tax Delinquents!

Dwight Blint is Chairman of the Republican Town Committee for New Britain. He is also a candidate for state senate in the 6th district. According to the records of the tax collector’s office, he is also delinquent on his property taxes:

Tax records show that Mr. Blint owes a tax payment of $566.67 that was due on July 1st for a 2007 BMW, plus $25.50 in interest through the month of September for a total due of $592.17


26th District Candidate for State Representative Delinquent on Property Taxes

According to the records of the New Britain Tax Collector’s Office, Daniel Davis, the candidate for state representative in the 26th district is delinquent on his property taxes:

For a 2008 Chrysler Sebring, $335.00 that was due July 1st, plus $15.12 interest, for a total of $351.02 including the interest for the month of September.

Additionally, He serves as the secretary of the New Britain Republican Town Committee.


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Saturday, September 22, 2012

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New Britain Herald Parent Company among the List of City Tax Delinquents!

According to the records of the tax collector’s office, Central Connecticut Communications LLC is among the list of New Britain taxpayers that is delinquent on property taxes. Central Connecticut Communications LLC is the parent company of the New Britain Herald and reports its managing member to be Michael Schoerder, who is also the editor and publisher of the New Britain Herald.

The tax collector’s office shows that Central Connecticut Communications LLC is delinquent on motor vehicle taxes for a 2002 Chevy Cavalier for a payment of $102.56 that was due on July 1st, and for $4.62 interest for a total of $107.18 including the interest through the month of September.

Could it be that the New Britain Herald doesn’t find it newsworthy when so many elected officials and even the publisher of one of their competing newspapers are all delinquent on their taxes because they themselves are on that same list?

Also, after a reader posted comments on this blog concerning the New Britain Herald being incorporated in Delaware, I did investigate that report and confirmed that Central Connecticut Communications LLC, their parent company, is in fact registered as a Delaware Limited Liability Company.


Romney Over-Renders Unto Caesar!


I'll BET YOU A $100 to a nickel...he never noticed what the position of the aircraft were spelling....until one of his aides told him... Way to go it.

In case Obama didn't understand how the Brits felt when he sent the bust of Churchill back to England , a gift from the English during the Bush administration. These pilots have not forgotten Obama's disrespect for America 's friend and ally.

ENJOY the Brits humor on Obama's last visit. They will never forget nor forgive! The Brits may be prim and proper but they still get their

point across.

Harrier jets' fly past (fly-bys) over Downing Street in a air show salute to Obama. It's good to see the RAF have a sense of humor.

Look at it from an angle or lean back in your chair, and squint; squinting works best.

Parks & Recreation Board Member, Known For His Opposition To The Costco Plan, Is Among City’s Tax Delinquents!

Robert Pleines, a member of the New Britain Board of Parks & Recreation is well known for his outspoken opposition to the plans to build a Costco here in New Britain. What is probably less known about Mr. Pleines, is that according to the records of the city’s tax collector, Mr. Pleines is apparently among the growing list of tax delinquents.

The tax collector shows Mr Pleines being delinquent on the taxes for two different vehicles:

For a 2005 Toyota Camry, $301.28 that was due July 1st, interest of $13.56, for a total due of $314.84.

For a 1996 Buick Century, $64.10 that was also due on July 1st, interest of $2.88, for a total dues of $66.98.

The total due, including the interest for September on these two vehicles is $381.82

It would seem that a person who so strongly opposes a plan to bring a new employer to town, especially one that is estimated will pay $500,000 a year in taxes and provide 200 jobs, would be diligent about paying his own taxes, wouldn't it?


The records of the tax collector’s office report that Nicholas Paonessa, Publisher of the New Britain Hardware City Journal, owes The City of New Britain a substantial amount in back taxes

The records show that Mr. Paonessa owes the following:

MV taxes for a 1989 GMC pickup truck for 2008 and 2009--a total of $115.97.

For a 1996 Audi for 2008, 2009, &2010 a total of $286.80.

The tax collector’s records also report that he owes real estate taxes for a property located on Howard Street for 2010 and 2011 totaling $7,680.87. The records also indicate that the city has placed a lien on this property regarding these taxes.

In all, the collector’s office shows that Mr. Paonessa owes the city a grand total of $8083.64 including the interest through the month of September. Considering this report, along with the number of city council members who are also delinquent on their taxes, it would seem that it is about time for the tax collector to utilize the 8 constables for the job that they were elected to perform by issuing tax warrants to allow these constables to start collecting some of the overdue taxes due the city.

Perhaps if such an effort were put forward, the mayor would be able to close some of the budget gap that is plaguing the city and the constables would finally be allowed to perform the job that the citizens elected them to perform.


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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

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Another New Britain Alderman Is Delinquent With His Taxes!

Alderman J. Tobias Freeman together with his wife missed their payment for their 2011 motor vehicle tax that was due July 1, 2012. The tax due is $139.74 with an additional interest charge of $6.30 totaling $146.04 due as of Friday 9-14-12.

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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Teacher Strike in Chicago Ends

Chicago teachers return to teaching Wednesday morning.

The greatest fraud in history

Taxpayers Should Not Follow Alderman Centeno's Example

Alderman Rolando "Roy" Centeno Chaired the Planning and Zoning Sub-Committee meeting last night. The purpose of the meeting was to hear from the public regarding Resolution 14-400, a measure that would punish property owners by among other things, requiring them to pay 5% of their rental income to the city, a tax the council was proposing to charge these landlords above and beyond the high taxes they already pay. But wouldn't the city be better off if it could just get members of the council, like last night’s chairperson, to pay their own taxes?

According to the records of the New Britain Tax Collector, Mr. Centeno and his wife are delinquent on their property taxes for their home at 289 Slater Road. According to the tax collector’s files, the Centeno’s have not paid their 2011 taxes that were due on July 1, 2012 for a total due of $2,536.12—which includes interest of $109.20. The collector’s records also show that the Centeno’s are delinquent on their 2010 taxes which were due on July 1, 2011. The record shows that they owe $169.60 for their 2010 taxes—which has resulted in a lien being placed against their property by the Tax Collector.

This is not the first time I have reported on this alderman being delinquent on his property taxes. On March 4, 2009, I published a report that was called the “City of New Britain Tax Delinquent Hall of Shame!” Mr. Centeno made that list with a $537.51 delinquency in motor vehicle taxes. Now he chairs a meeting over which the council intends to force taxpaying citizens to pay more while at the same time he doesn't pay his own taxes. The ultimate in hypocrisy is that Mr. Centeno continues to receive his alderman
salary from the city while he continues to fail to pay his taxes.


Islamic Violence Needs No Spark

Monday, September 17, 2012

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CPOA's Notice fills Council Chamber.

Congratulations to CPOA's President, N. Mercier, for getting many property owners to speak on the proposed resolution after Alderman Carlo Carlozzi demanded that the people be allowed to speak because since the public hearing the document has been changed many times over.

After 18 property owners spoke against this resolution with no one speaking for it.    President Pro tempore Alderman Michael Trueworhty move to have the tabled resolution off the table and his motion failed.


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Street Named After Tax Deliquient

Well known City resident Alton Brooks will now have the distinction of having a street named after him. The new street in Pinnacle Business Park will be named Alton Brooks Way:

But Mr. Brooks neglected to pay his current taxes. 


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Property Rights of Owners are Limited and will be proposed tonight By The Common Council

New Britain Council Considers Stripping Property Owners of Rights

September 17, New Britain, CT – New Britain’s Common Council will be considering a new ordinance this Monday at a special meeting of the Common Council that would impose heavy restrictions on landlords, including charging them a 5% “fee” based on the rent charged. Local property owners are outraged and property and business groups are up in arms.

“This fee is nothing more a targeted tax that will impact rental property owners here in New Britain, the City is, in effect, trying to control every aspect of the rental market through the government” said Nicholas Mercier, President of the Citizens’ Property Owners Association of New Britain. Mercier pointed to an earlier draft version of the resolution which included a percentage cap on what property owners could even charge. “It was removed because it is likely unconstitutional” said Pete Gostin, local property owner and Registrar of Voters, “They know what they are doing is wrong and so they are back pedaling.”

This ordinance comes on the heels of other actions the Common Council has proposed lately that have been seen as anti-business and anti-landlord. Among these include the Fair Rent Commission which would limit a landlord’s ability to increase rent in response to additional costs and expenses and Police and Fire Hotspot Fines which would see landlords charged for excessive calls, even if the calls were in response to tenant behavior.

“I’m alarmed at how this is being presented to the public” said Alderman Jamie Giantonio. “We were informed about a special meeting this weekend and just this morning we were given a revised resolution. The public has had little time to comment on this.” Council rules do not allow for public comment to be given at special sessions. Mercier thinks it is against the public best interest. “They are proposing a massive change to the city ordinances which will cost some property owners thousands each year and they are doing it in a special session with no public comment. It is slap in the face of voters.” He added, “There is no regard for the renters either. If these fees were passed on to renters they could all see a 5% or more increase in their monthly rents.”

The Planning, Zoning and Housing Committee will meet in special session at 8:00PM in the Council Chambers of New Britain City Hall to discuss the ordinance. It is predicted it will then be forwarded to the as special meeting of the Common Council which is scheduled to begin at 8:05PM in the same room.

Council Democrats Moves for Special meeting on Monday the 17th

There is a special common council meeting on Monday September 17th at 8:05 to handle 2 things:

Adopt FY13 General Fund Transfers and Amendments

This will up the FY2013 budget from $232,351,309 to $232,454,709- an increase of $103,400.
Residential Rental Property Business Ordinance

This is to approve a resolution that would create the need for landlords to obtain a Residential Rental Property License.

This would mean anyone that owns a rental property will be required to register it, unless:

1. It is their primary residence

2. The lived there or inherited it within the past 2 years and are still a NB resident

3. Their only tenants are blood relatives.

Registering will require a few things, like no back taxes owed, no blight fines owed, etc. But also Landlords must disclose anyone that has a greater than 5% interest in the property.

Most importantly- a registration fee will be required YEARLY. The fee will amount to 5% of the rents charged. A bit of math: A property owner with a 3 family house that charges $700 a floor rent will be required to pay a $1260 “registration fee” on top of the taxes they already pay.

And it gets worse section K states that “each licensee will be under the jurisdiction of the city fair rent commission….and shall limit rents to no more than the actual costs to maintain the rental property, plus no more than fifteen percent (15%) profit.

Let’s also not forget there is a line item in the budget for “Non Owner Occupied” trash pick-up for just under $4Mil that will eventually hit these same property owners

This item was tabled Tuesday in PZ&H, after I believe a public hearing was conducted (noticed in the NB Herald on Sunday Sept 9th), so I imagine a special meeting of PZ&H will be called for Monday .

Monday’s meetings are special meetings so there will be no public participation allowed, but it might not be a bad idea to get some folks down there for that meeting that are opposed to this plan


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Sunday, September 16, 2012

Social Problems supports the Issue Addressed By Our Superintendant of Schools

This morning a friend posted a statement on a social media site which stated “I was raised. I didn't just grow up. I was taught.....” The piece went on to basically speak to manners, accountability, and responsibility.

So much of this is true. There is little respect, accountability and responsibility in our society today. It is very true here in New Britain for a myriad of reasons. In April of 2011, two teenagers were apprehended by observant New Britain Police Officers in the act of defacing both private and public property with spray paint. They “tagged” multiple buildings with the letters “CAP”. Their work stands today on Curtis and Myrtle Streets. It has not been removed a year and a half later, even though we know and proved who did it.

Superintendent of Schools Kelt Cooper has spoken to a lack of parenting and also on the lack of accountability of students. This is extremely obvious to us all and needs a solution. Mr. Cooper spoke to possible fines and I applaud him for his immediate identification of the issue, but more so for him proposing a community so I propose a different solution: a community court where punishment is service in the public eye.

For certain offenses (e.g. truancy; damage/destruction of private and public property; lack of parental engagement and effort; quality of life issues; etc); a party would appear before a community court for community based adjudication. Punishment would be to don a bright colored vest, and do a certain amount of supervised community work (pick up trash, clean spray paint, etc) as deemed appropriate by the court. In addition to educating through service, the bright vests just might have a deterrent value to others observing the work and perceived embarrassment. In my opinion, this would be a voluntary court that would educate through the planting of seeds of accountability and responsibility. Upon completion of the community service, the record would be expunged after a period of time if no further offenses were committed. Hopefully the offender learned from their mistake and has moved forward as a productive member of society.

Should the offender not wish to take the community court route, or fail in the execution of their assigned wake up call duties; they would move to the criminal system and hopefully be punished and their record published.

I don't know how this works in the State of Connecticut with money, political, and union constraints; but it must be immediately examined as an option that has value for our community in many ways. Our community and culture is crumbling around us Let's drive a work ethic coupled with respect back where needed in our society. Let's get our kids educated with basic work and social skills. Maybe if we expect more from people we'll get
Thank you for the consideration.

Michael W. Wanik

New Britain

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Saturday, September 15, 2012

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“Innocence of Muslims” video allowing Obama media to control the truth

Park & Recreation Commission Approvals.

During their recent meeting the park Commission has approved Costco's original plan commonly known as Plan "A" , which included the tunneling underneath the road way in order for the golfers to play the additional three or four golf holes. Plan "B" was given up by the Costco representatives due to the impossible task of their obtaining the wet lands approval from the DOT state agency.


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Friday, September 14, 2012

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MASS exodus of Florida

Only 49 more states to go!

Hooray for Florida !

I-95 and I-75 will be jammed for

the next month or so with druggies

and deadbeats heading North out

of Florida, because this is the first

state in the union to require drug

testing to receive welfare!

Hooray for Florida! In signing the

new law, Republican Gov. Rick Scott

said, "If Floridians want welfare,

they better make sure they are


Applicants must pay for the drug

test, but are reimbursed if they

test drug-free. Applicants who

test positive for illicit substances,

won't be eligible for the funds

for a year, or until they undergo

treatment. Those who fail a

second time will be banned from

receiving funds for three years!

Naturally, a few people are crying

this is unconstitutional.

How is this unconstitutional? It's

a legal requirement that every

person applying for a job has to

pass drug tests in order to get the

job, why not those who receive


Forward this if you agree!

Let's get welfare back to the ones

who need it, not to those who

won't get a job.


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Connecticut’s Deficit: A Cautionary Tale

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Powers of the fair Rent Commission by State Law:

Powers of the fair Rent Commission by State Law:

Sec. 7-148b. Creation of fair rent commission. Powers. (a) Except as provided in subsection (c) of this section, any town, city or borough may, through its legislative body, create a fair rent commission to make studies and investigations, conduct hearings and receive complaints relative to rental charges on housing accommodations, except those accommodations rented on a seasonal basis, within its jurisdiction, which term shall include mobile manufactured homes and mobile manufactured home park lots, in order to control and eliminate excessive rental charges on such accommodations, and to carry out the provisions of sections 7-148b to 7-148f, inclusive, section 47a-20 and subsection (b) of section 47a-23c. The commission, for such purposes, may compel the attendance of persons at hearings, issue subpoenas and administer oaths, issue orders and continue, review, amend, terminate or suspend any of its orders and decisions. The commission may be empowered to retain legal counsel to advise it.

(b) For purposes of subsection (a) of this section, "seasonal basis" means housing accommodations rented for a period or periods aggregating not more than one hundred twenty days in any one calendar year.

(c) Any town, city or borough in which the number of renter-occupied dwelling units is greater than five thousand, as determined by the most recent decennial census, and which does not have a fair rent commission on October 1, 1989, shall, on or before June 1, 1990, conduct a public hearing or public hearings and decide by majority vote of its legislative body whether to create a fair rent commission as provided in subsection (a) of this section. Any such town, city or borough which fails to act pursuant to the requirements of this subsection shall, not later than June 1, 1991, create such fair rent commission.

(d) Any two or more towns, cities or boroughs not subject to the requirements of subsection (c) of this section may, through their legislative bodies, create a joint fair rent commission.

(1969, P.A. 274, S. 1; 1971, P.A. 478, S. 1; 1972, P.A. 160, S. 1; P.A. 81-472, S. 101, 159; P.A. 82-356, S. 8, 14; June Sp. Sess. P.A. 83-3, S. 1; P.A. 89-289; P.A. 05-288, S. 40.)

History: 1971 act specified applicability to housing accommodations rather than "property", including mobile homes and lots and excluding seasonal accommodations which were defined in new Subsec. (b); 1972 act added power to carry out provisions of Secs. 7-148b to 7-148e, to issue, amend, terminate, etc. orders and to retain legal counsel; P.A. 81-472 substituted reference to Sec. 47a-20 for reference to Sec. 19-375a, reflecting section's transfer; P.A. 82-356 amended Subsec. (a) to authorize a fair rent commission to carry out the provisions of Sec. 47a-23c(b); June Sp. Sess. P.A. 83-3 changed terms "mobile home" and "mobile manufactured homes" to "mobile manufactured home" and "mobile manufactured homes"; P.A. 89-289 added Subsec. (c) re creation of fair rent commissions in municipalities having more than 5,000 renter-occupied dwelling units and added Subsec. (d) re creation of joint fair rent commissions; P.A. 05-288 made a technical change in Subsecs. (a), (b) and (d), effective July 13, 2005.

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Sec. 7-148c. Considerations in determining rental charge to be excessive. In determining whether a rental charge or a proposed increase in a rental charge is so excessive, with due regard to all the circumstances, as to be harsh and unconscionable, a fair rent commission shall consider such of the following circumstances as are applicable to the type of accommodation: (1) The rents charged for the same number of rooms in other housing accommodations in the same and in other areas of the municipality; (2) the sanitary conditions existing in the housing accommodations in question; (3) the number of bathtubs or showers, flush water closets, kitchen sinks and lavatory basins available to the occupants thereof; (4) services, furniture, furnishings and equipment supplied therein; (5) the size and number of bedrooms contained therein; (6) repairs necessary to make such accommodations reasonably livable for the occupants accommodated therein; (7) the amount of taxes and overhead expenses, including debt service, thereof; (8) whether the accommodations are in compliance with the ordinances of the municipality and the general statutes relating to health and safety; (9) the income of the petitioner and the availability of accommodations; (10) the availability of utilities; (11) damages done to the premises by the tenant, caused by other than ordinary wear and tear; (12) the amount and frequency of increases in rental charges; (13) whether, and the extent to which, the income from an increase in rental charges has been or will be reinvested in improvements to the accommodations.

(1969, P.A. 274, S. 2; 1971, P.A. 478, S. 2; 1972, P.A. 160, S. 2; P.A. 82-356, S. 9, 14; P.A. 83-25.)History: 1971 act added availability of utilities in considerations concerning rental charges; 1972 act included consideration of damage caused by tenant exclusive of ordinary wear and tear; P.A. 82-356 allowed a commission to determine if "a proposed increase in a rental charge" is excessive and added Subdivs. (12) and (13) as additional criteria for a commission to consider; P.A. 83-25 amended Subdiv. (7) by adding the words "including debt service".

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Sec. 7-148d. Order for limitation on amount of rent. Suspension of rent payments. Cease and desist orders for retaliatory actions. (a) If a commission determines, after a hearing, that the rental charge or proposed increase in the rental charge for any housing accommodation is so excessive, based on the standards and criteria set forth in section 7-148c, as to be harsh and unconscionable, it may order that the rent be limited to such an amount as it determines to be fair and equitable. If a commission determines, after a hearing, that the housing accommodation in question fails to comply with any municipal ordinance or state statute or regulation relating to health and safety, it may order the suspension of further payment of rent by the tenant until such time as the landlord makes the necessary changes, repairs or installations so as to bring such housing accommodation into compliance with such ordinance, statute or regulation. The rent during said period shall be paid to the commission to be held in escrow subject to ordinances or provisions adopted by the town, city or borough.

(b) If the commission determines, after a hearing, that a landlord has retaliated in any manner against a tenant because the tenant has complained to the commission, the commission may order the landlord to cease and desist from such conduct.

(1969, P.A. 274, S. 3; P.A. 82-356, S. 10, 14; P.A. 83-425.)

History: P.A. 82-356 reflected the change that a commission may examine a rental charge or "proposed increase in a rental charge" and replaced the authorization to order "a reduction in" rent with authorization to order that the rent "be limited" to a fair and equitable amount; P.A. 83-425 added Subsec. (b) concerning issuance of cease and desist orders for retaliatory actions.

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Sec. 7-148e. Appeal. Any person aggrieved by any order of the commission may appeal to the superior court for the judicial district in which the town, city or borough is located. Any such appeal shall be considered a privileged matter with respect to the order of trial.
(1969, P.A. 274, S. 4; P.A. 76-436, S. 283, 681; P.A. 78-280, S. 1, 127.)

History: P.A. 76-436 substituted superior court for court of common pleas and added reference to judicial district, effective July 1, 1978; P.A. 78-280 deleted reference to county.

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Sec. 7-148f. Penalty for violations. Any person who violates any order of rent reduction or rent suspension by demanding, accepting or receiving an amount in excess thereof while such order remains in effect, and no appeal pursuant to section 7-148e is pending, or violates any other provision of sections 7-148b to 7-148e, inclusive, and section 47a-20, or who refuses to obey any subpoena, order or decision of a commission pursuant thereto, shall be fined not less than twenty-five dollars nor more than one hundred dollars for each offense. If such offense continues for more than five days, it shall constitute a new offense for each day it continues to exist thereafter.

(1972, P.A. 160, S. 3; P.A. 74-183, S. 176, 291; P.A. 76-436, S. 156, 681.)

History: P.A. 74-183 substituted court of common pleas for circuit court; P.A. 76-436 deleted provision giving jurisdiction to court of common pleas, effective July 1, 1

Landlords of the City of New Britain are Doomed


Thursday, September 13, 2012

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New Britain Traffic Scofflaws, Beware: Police Are On The Prowl -


New Britain Landlords Are Not Wanted By The So Called Socialists of the City Council.


Certainly, a very bad move by the New Britain Common Council with their establishing a Fair Rent Commission.

With my attending the sub-committee of the common council where this issue was discussed at length by the Alderman proposing this resolution, Alderman Emanuel Sanchez, citing this commission is needed for a tenant who experiences a lower income to prevent his landlord from raising his rent with his going to the commission for protection/ mediation.  He also indicated everyone deserves a place to live making it the responsibility of the landlords to allow a tenant to not pay a fair rent, if he can't afford it.

Alderman Carlo Carlozzi, Jr. raised many good points with his citing that there many six family structures in our city and it is impossible to obtain a mortgage. With the taxes, insurance, water, and maintenance bills rising all the time the landlord is forced to raise rents however, with a fair rent commission being in place the tenant's response is " I can't afford it and I am going to the Fair Rent Commission." Carlozzi continued by saying now the landlord faces this added expense for representation. He continued by noting that there are already avenues for the tenants to seek help such as The Housing Board of appeals, HRA for consultation, Housing inspectors, and the housing Court

The Alderman continued by stating we should leave for the market driven alone and not have the city determined, via this proposed commission, what is harsh and unconscious able rent.

Amazingly, during last evening's common council meeting three Alderman voted against the proposal after they heard the proposal will only protect bad tenants. Carlozzi did mentioned with his asking, the council membership, have you ever seen a landlord break his windows? Alluding that a bad tenant may do so in order to be able to file a complaint with the Fair Rent Commission.

"Landlords are doomed in this City."

Fed announces new measures to stimulate economy - The Washington Post

A Bloodless Victory

New Britain OKs Concealed Firearms, Creates Fair Rent Commission -

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Netanyahu: Without ultimatum, U.S. has no ‘moral right’ to stop Israel from attacking Iran - The Washington Post

Billboard Calls President Obama 'Entry Drug To Socialism' --

9/11’s Aftermath of Lethal Tolerance

A Prayer for America in its 11th Hour

With the Obama comments made when he was a senator “Senator Obama advised caution and warned of overreacting. “We will have to make sure, despite our rage, that any U.S. military action takes into account the lives of innocent civilians abroad,” he wrote. “We will have to be unwavering in opposing bigotry or discrimination directed against neighbors and friends of Middle East descent.”

Huckabee Praises Obama 'Amateur' Book,


WBFF: Free Phone Frenzy - abuse of the federal Lifeline program - YouTube

Ganim Blew Career, Shouldn't Get Law License Back -

New Britain Schools Have Lots Of Crowded Classrooms -

The Chevy Volt: Another Obama Green Investment Loses a Billion - John Ransom - printer friendly -

Obama and Democrats want to conquer America, not unite it | Fox News

Monday, September 10, 2012

Origin of Left and Right

I have often wondered why it is that Conservatives are called the

"right" and Liberals are called the "left."

By chance SOMEONE stumbled upon this verse in the Bible:

"The heart of the wise inclines to the right,

but the heart of the fool to the left."

Ecclesiastes 10:2 (NIV)

Can't get any simpler than that.

End of lesson.

 Test to follow in November, 2012

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Where were Al Sharpon & Jesse Jackson?  MIA, because this couple are whites

Why the Chicago teacher’s strike is bad news for President Obama | The Fix

Pavia knew little of Bridgewater plans - GreenwichTime

Governor informs little information to mayor of his Bridgetwater giveaway plans.

Long Live King Obama

Obama's Measure of All Things: China - John Ransom - printer friendly -

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Open Mic? Obama Tells Russian President Medvedev ‘After My Election, I Have More Flexibility’ | Fox News Insider



The Proposed move of the Children and Families department from City Hall into New Britain's Senior Center is raising a lot of concerns by the center's seniors.

 This proposal includes the taken over many rooms within the center as follows: The Massachusetts, Vermont, and Maine rooms also including rooms 1, 5,7, and 6.    In addition, one half of the waiting area. at the front entrance of the center is included within this proposal.

Many of the activities, that have been provided by the center for the elderly in the past, may have to be curtailed in order to accommodate this unusual takeover of the center such as Dancing, pottery, art work, Bingo and many other social events .

Control of the youngster's behavioral mannerisms will be problematic and left to one's imagination.

Seniors, should contact their Common Council representatives, for their help in avoiding this takeover proposal.

Idling On The Job: New Britain Punishes Two Public Works Employees And Supervisor -


Saturday, September 8, 2012

Friday, September 7, 2012

Godless, Anti-Semitic Democrats "BOO" Over Motion To Restore References To God and Jeruselam to the DNC Platform:

New Britain Police Investigate Car Burglaries -

Romney/Ryan or Bust!

Noonan: The Democrats' Soft Extremism Obama is out of ideas, and Clinton's speech was unworthy of him.

Jobs report is more bad news for Obama | The Fix

Canada Closes Embassy in Iran, Expels Iranian Diplomats from Canada

Reince Priebus: They Couldn’t Fill Bank of America Stadium, That’s Why They Moved Obama Indoors

Ronald Reagan Tells Democratic Platform Joke

NewsBusted 9/07/12 - YouTube

Clinton’s Speech at Convention Actually Highlighted Obama’s Weaknesses

Offshore outsourcing, visas and the Obama speech

By Patrick Thibodeau, Senior editor of Computerworld 

Charles Krauthammer: The empathy gap - The Washington Post

State Right To Go After Sex Offender's State Pension -

Report: Paul Ryan To Visit West Hartford? | Capitol Watch

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Murphy Was Sued For Nonpayment Of Rent In 2003, Prior To 2007 Foreclosure -


Only 3 times

In all the years since D-Day, there are three occasions when the president

failed to go to the D-Day Monument that honors the soldiers killed during the Invasion.

The occasions were:

1. Barack Obama 2010

2. Barack Obama 2011

3. Barack Obama 2012

Be Careful what you Vote for, Your rights can be eliminated next.

For the past 68 years, all presidents, except Obama, have paid tribute to

the fallen soldiers killed on D-Day.

This year, instead of honoring the soldiers, he made a campaign trip on Air

Force 1 to California to raise funds for the upcoming election.


Recently, while I was working in the flower beds in the front yard, my neighbors stopped to chat as they returned home from walking their dog. During our friendly conversation, I asked their little girl what she wanted to be when she grows up. She said she wanted to be President some day. Both of her parents, liberal Democrats, were standing there, so I asked her, "If you were President what would be the first thing you would do?" She replied... "I'd give food and houses to all the homeless people." Her parents beamed with pride! "Wow...what a worthy goal!" I said. "But you don't have to wait until you're President to do that!" I told her. "What do you mean?" she replied. So I told her, "You can come over to my house and mow the lawn, pull weeds, and trim my hedge, and I'll pay you $50. Then you can go over to the grocery store where the homeless guy hangs out and give him the $50 to use toward food and a new house." She thought that over for a few seconds...then she looked me straight in the eye and asked, "Why doesn't the homeless guy come over and do the work, and you can just pay him the $50?" I said, "Welcome to the Republican Party."

Her parents aren't speaking to me anymore.

Former Democratic Congressman Artur Davis Addresses The GOP Convention:

Congressman Davis:
"The last time I spoke at a convention I was in the wrong place... America's the land of second chances and maybe in this close race you have room for the 6 million of us who got it wrong in 2008 and want to fix it.  Maybe we should have known that things that begin with Styrofoam Greek columns and artificial smoke don't end well..." 

The Republican National Convention

Debbie Whatshername Schultz Declares There is a God…….

The Message of the Democratic Party?

I am tired of the message being that if you are a God fearing heterosexual male, you don't have a criminal record, and you happen to make six figures, you are the scum of the earth.

Charles Payne
Varney & Co.

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Obama suffers amnesia blaming Bush for economy

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Chris Murphy Faced Foreclosure On Home --

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The Seals Have Done Thier Job and now we have to do OURS by VOTING Obama OUT!

Obama's Dream From His Father: America Must Be Downsized To Pay For The Sins of Colonialism. Our Forefathers Had Their Own Dream For America. Which Dream Will We Carry Into 2016?
"2016" The Movie"

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Daily Presidential Tracking Poll - Rasmussen Reports™

Obma-----You didn't buld that!!!!

Who built things for you Obama?

If Apple makes robots, will robots have rights?

By Patrick Thibodeau

The 2012 Democratic Party Platform Cold-Shoulders Israel

Letter toThe Editor


There has been a conspicuous and palpable absence of information coming out of city hall, information that is important to NB citizens. The newspapers are no help. Let me offer some examples.

NB citizens have been told there are various estimates of a structural deficit. The most recent being that we in NB are faced with a #30 Million deficit. What happened to this deficit? I have some questions.

Will property revaluations have to be done again? If yes, who will pay? If no, will NB get a waiver as to when to apply the new figures? I predict that the revaluation plus the largesse distributed by O’Brien to some will result in a hefty mill rate increase.

Don’t count on the newspapers to give you any information, Sherwood has that covered. And don’t count on the Common Council to tell you anything - they’re also muzzled. More questions.

Regarding reorganization, this is what we have so far:

Reorganization. O’Brien and Sherwood have touted their plan as saving $ Millions. Really? All those that have interim or acting appointments as department heads or directors have received, on average, a $25 K raise, some, more. It is rumored that the Public Works Director wants a $4O K raise due to increased responsibilities. The former Finance Director was never fired and has been receiving a full salary for doing nothing but keeping his mouth shut.

Department of Municipal Dev. This Dept. is no more. Its functions have been spread over many departments. This department paid $51 to $53 K/per year to City Hall for its offices in city hall because MANY OF ITS FUNCTIONS are Fed. related. What happened to the $53 K in rent. Also, what about the $47 K being paid to Mrs. Brown, Police Commissioner and, wife of Alderman Brown for her new Community Organizers' job? Is there a conflict of interest here? HMMM! It’s time to contact the State Office of HUD !

Add to all of this that many that have taken early retirement have been called back part time to help because nobody knows how to do their job - case in point, Common Council secretary and clerk of Committees. What do you think? More to come.

Lou Salvio

Kathleen Parker: The cowboy and the empty chair - The Washington Post

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'The Book That Government Unions Hope You Won’t Read',' Staff'

Juntos Con Romney

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

New Britain Man Found Not Guilty Of Conspiracy To Commit Murder -


New Britain Gears Up For Political Season -

Rell Makes First Endorsement Since Leaving Office -


“Hitting the wall” of debt

The Deadly Drone Attached on your House

WND » Obama lawyer warned against certifying eligibility » Print

Murphy Supports Defense Spending Cuts That Will Eliminate Jobs at Pratt & Whitney and Electric Boat: Linda McMahon

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America Is Not Fair, Boo Hoo



For the last two weeks, The New Britain Herald has been including an insert of the New Britain Hardware City Journal, with their Friday editions.

 Many have pondered the reason behind the Herald's motives to expand with this known nonsense type of reporting that includes Mayor O'Brien's picture in every edition.

 Making everyone consider if the editor of this paper is truly Phil Sherwood, since week after week, it carries the mayor's dialog as though the mayor has written each article himself.

I personally have been purchasing my Herald at the local newsstands but, will reconsider to avoid this disbursement in the future.

Mostly everyone, I have talked with regarding this issue, have pointed out to me of the Herald's reporting style leaves a lot to be desired. With their liberal stance on major issues, facing the City of New Britain, by their reporting only the Democrat's viewpoints on most occasions.

Could it be that the Herald is placing the weekly inserts in support of the Mayor's re-election bid?

One could only wonder this astonishment behind it all.

I will continue to read THE NEW BRITAIN CITY JOURNAL, since its coverage, reports the New Britain News accurately by its only editor Ms. Vinci.

No hide nor hair seen of John Edwards at Democratic forum –

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Governor Molloy To Speak At Convention None Prime Time

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Monday, September 3, 2012

Public Sector Unions Prove FDR’s Opposition to Public Unions to be Correct! « Save R Nation

Communism’s Dirty Little Secret

Obama’s armor of evil

A Cynical Process

By Thomas Sowell

The Medium is the Message, Cowboy

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The Sand Man Cometh -- The Messiah

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On Labor Day, Unions Have Nothing to Celebrate - John Ransom - printer friendly -

Obama Must go

"Fathom the hypocrisy of a government that requires every citizen to prove

they are insured... but not everyone must prove they are a citizen."

Now add this, "Many of those who refuse, or are unable, to prove they are

citizens will receive free insurance paid for by those who are forced to buy

insurance because they are citizens."

by:  Ben Stein

Juntos Con Romney

Labor Day Message from NRTW President Mark Mix:

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