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Chicago Taxpayers are paying for No Parking signs printed in the Spanish Language. Mayor Daley knows these fine people are fined for any minor infraction they commit. Daley targets these people for votes and taxes. I am suggesting Stupido Daley print signs in every language. If you notice, Daley “forgets” to print his name on any Revenue trucks or signs. Classy, right Amigo? Photo by Patrick McDonough.
Did you have you car towed in Chicago? Do you live in Chicago and pay Mayor Daley’s high taxes because of waste and poor management? Did you ever park your car for just a minute to long and your car was gone? Mayor Daley gave a nice juicy contract to E & R Towing. E & R Towing is located in Markham Illinois. Look at the picture, a Chicago resident’s auto with a Chicago city sticker is losing their car to a company located in the suburbs, Shame, Shame, Shame, Mayor Daley. Why does this company have a contract? Why does this company hire minority tow truck sub-contractors? The $275, 325 contact since 2004 shows only a few thousand paid on Chicago’s web-site. This company is cleaning up Mayor Daley. Lets hire Chicago companies to tow our cars, not Daley’s pals in the suburbs, what an insult. Photo by Patrick McDonough.
On September 8, 2007, I had the honor to walk in the Chicago Von Steuben Parade with Commissioner Frank Avila and the Water Reclamation Parade Float. A new law was passed and no one was allowed to ride on the float. This rule will be broken at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Patrick, David, and Micheal helped carry Commissioner Frank Avila’s banner. My sons were adopted by the 47th Ward bosses for the Day. God bless all my German friends that made America Great. Nice parade. Photo by Patrick McDonough
David and Michael met some classy ladies at Chicago’s Von Steuben Parade. This parade celebrates German Heritage. This parade route was on Lincoln Avenue, from Irving Park to Laurence. September 8, 2007. See you next year. Photo by Patrick McDonough
Enjoy a picture of Patrick, David, and Michael McDonough, with the Cook County Sheriff Pastor Stein. Priests with badges? Photo by Patrick McDonough
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Wednesday September 12, 2007 10:00 p.m. TV 21 Chicago Clout City worker fired unfairly
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Saturday September 29, 2007 5:30 p.m. TV 21 Chicago Clout City worker fired unfairly
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Dr. John P. Kenney is a famous dentist specialising in care for children and adolescents. Dr. Kenney is pictured with his office manager Kim Arnone. I have known Dr. Kenney for many years and became his friend. Dr. Kenney is a first responder on the Special Presidential Team that has the gruesome task of identifying victims of major tragedy. Dr. Kenney is also a famous speaker to F.B.I. and local police meetings. Dental plumbing requires the highest technical expertise and Dr. Kenney uses McDonough Plumbing. You can contact Dr. Kenney at 847-698-2088. He practice is located at 101 S. Washington Street Park Ridge, Illinois 60068. Photo by Patrick McDonough.
It looks as though Ted Matlack former Alderman of the Chicago 32nd Ward, spelled trouble for Lester Cioch. The new Alderman, Scott Waguespack, did not use his clout to override the Chicago Inspector General’s ruling to remove Lester Cioch. Also the Commissioner of the Department of Water Management, did not use his powers to reinstate Lester. This story was followed closely by Tribune star reporter Todd Lighty. Insiders told me Lester would have been reinstated if the heat had died down. Lester was on full pay for many months. This is another loss for Daley, as he ducks all the bad news in Paris, as usual. Do you think Lester was treated fair? Patrick McDonough
Acquitted city supervisor resigns
Tribune staff report
September 8, 2007
CHICAGO – A city supervisor accused of working for Mayor Richard Daley’s re-election campaign on city time resigned last month from his $85,176-a-year job.
Lester Cioch, an assistant foreman of sewer cleaning and a precinct captain for the 32nd Ward Democratic Organization, had faced both criminal charges and internal personnel charges for passing Daley’s nominating petitions on city time shortly before the February municipal election.
A Cook County judge in April found Cioch not guilty of misdemeanor charges of violating state and city ethics laws that prohibit public employees from doing political work while on the clock.
The judge questioned whether state law applied to city workers and the case was hurt because prosecutors could not produce as evidence the petitions circulated by Cioch. Daley’s campaign had thrown out the petitions and said they were never submitted to election officials. Still, city Inspector General David Hoffman recommended Cioch be fired for violating city policy forbidding campaigning on city time.