Ed Hozza stood dutifully with the other Lehigh Valley Mayor's, across the street from a pile of rubble, and allowed Pawlowski to describe the 40 temporary demolition jobs as work recovery. If that wasn't enough, he defended Allentown's EIT grab; "We're getting the numbers first and opening our mouths second." His rendition of kumbaya would end before he got home. Apparently, driving back up MacArthur Road, he ended up behind an oversized dump truck of former Allentown. He followed the rubble and discovered it was being dumped in none other than his beloved Whitehall. Concerned about contaminants, he called the contractor, who told him not to worry his kumbaya head. Although the molovinsky on allentown legal team will not allow me to comment on his suspicions, our photography staff reported that the demolition equipment does have a vivacious appetite.
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