Oct 2, 2015

Nonsense In Allentown's Future

Above is some nonsense on Charlie Thiel's facebook page, about the American Parkway Bridge. By November, drivers will be able to travel on one road from the east side of Allentown, a baseball throw from Coca-Cola Park, to the city’s bustling downtown. Last year, I did a series of posts on Allentown's next mayor, in which I featured Sam Bennett and Charlie Thiel. This of course was well before the FBI visited the city's bustling downtown, and the reality that a new mayor will be coming sooner than later. Since then, Sam Bennett has been silent on all issues, except for fabricating a role in West Park's Historic District history, that she had no part of. Charlie, on the other hand, has become such a cheerleader of Allentown's nonsense, that he also has no credibility.

I've never seen Allentown's bustling downtown, but since I'm on Hamilton Street between 5th and 10th most days, perhaps Charlie can show it to me sometime. In the meantime, despite The Morning Call, Sam Bennett or Charlie Thiel, welcome to the real Allentown, as showcased at molovinsky on allentown.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

There is a BIG dirty shady name missing from this FBI probe... CHARLIE THIEL!!!!!! The FBI needs to look into Mr no bid contract himself and the huge Fed Ed connection with tax dollars missed used and extreme over payments that have been made...

Anonymous said...

Charlie thought he was hitching himself to a rising star heading higher and higher, it looks more like an anchor now heading to the deep.

Scott Armstrong

michael molovinsky said...

@7:34, the city does business with many companies and people. although, you use words like shady,i have no reason to believe that any impropriety occurred. you're free to contact the FBI, and share your insight with them, rather than make anonymous accusations on blogs.

scott@7:35, those associated with Citizens For A Better Allentown, i assume will not be publicizing their connection with pawlowski in the upcoming election.

Anonymous said...

Unless there are some new faces coming to the scene, the future of this sorry town remains bleak.

Anonymous said...

One wonders if the Malcom Gross's (how many
are in that refined, if impotent, small circle?) of the world have any reasonable, alternative plan (s)?

Anonymous said...

Sadly last week there were two shootings near the bustling downtown.

michael molovinsky said...

@7:10, as i'm sure you know, both were fatalities, and it appeared on page 6 of the morning call. a new store on hamilton gets page one, two killings page 6.