Thursday, December 17, 2009

The LuLac Edition #1042, Dec. 17th, 2009



Although the fix is most likely in on a successor to resigned Luzerne County Commissioner Greg Skrepenak, President Judge Chester Muroski in his on going battle to rehabilitate county government announced he was taking applications for the job. Applications will be taken until Monday at 4 p.m. The judges of the court will then conduct interviews on Wednesday and a vote will be taken. "It is our intent to give the new commissioner sufficient time to have access to all county administrative staff and records to make an informed decision on the budget, which must be passsed before Dec. 31," Muroski said according to reports in the Times Leader. The county code requires that the person selected be a Democrat. All applicants will be given a questionnaire to fill out. Each candidate will also have to have ten signatures on their application of fellow Democrats. In a big move the Courthouse will be open on Saturday morning from 9AM to noon to accommodate the interested parties. The person needed for this position can't be an outsider, it needs to be a person school and trained in government, budgets, unions and business partnerships and relationships. I realize that many people are sadden and angry but the last thing we need is a chest thumper who has no idea on things run. If I were making the decision, I'd say, amateurs need not apply.


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