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CT Dallas did not disappoint with the old school muscle this year! Not only did this 1953 Belair THROW DOWN, but it does so in sleeper status. Besides the intercooler out front, the old green color with the patina on top along with the old smoothie wheels, this car is very unsuspecting. It was a blast to watch this thing not only take down TWO Hellcats, but an R35 GTR as well! The cherry on top to this video was a race between the Belair and an old Hemi Cuda that just happened to be one of the closest races we have filmed! Cannot wait to see this car later this year!
Dear City of Racine Alderpsersons, Just provided for your information - as Mayor Cory Mason has been a force, and instrumental in forcing the Foxconn project forward and expects to reap a whirlwind. DOJ Validates Concerns Regarding Mt. Pleasant Open Meetings and Free Speech Violations: a must READ - “The DOJ guidance made it very clear it is unlikely the actions of Mt. Pleasant would be upheld in a court of law or by the Attorney General, but village officials were cautioned against restricting public comment about agenda items during a publicly noticed comment period,” Gallaher continued. “We expect a formal apology to the residents who had the right to speak and were denied. We also expect change.” “Mt. Pleasant has an embarrassing history of violating state policies on meeting notifications, failing to approve and publish minutes of official actions, and operating with little to no accountability. This behavior must end. We are absolutely willing to take this village to court in order to bring about real institutional change.” Gallaher concludes, “it’s their choice, they can continue to be an embarrassing example of how local government should not work or they can learn to be better.” https://concernedracinecountyresidentsjustsaynotofoxconn.wordpress.com/2018/07/16/doj-validates-concerns-regarding-mt-pleasant-open-meetings-and-free-speech-violations/ And: Here is a publicity piece from Wiseye.Org to showcase the Foxconn project. While the producer does an okay job on challenging some points, he doesn’t go nearly far enough to fact check Jonathan and he just lets other falsehoods slide. https://arrestrecordsofracinewipublicofficials.wordpress.com/2018/07/17/racine-county-executive-jonathan-delagrave-is-called-out-by-mtp-residents-for-potential-malfeasance-and-lies/ And now Cory Mason & CO. is going to demolish those mega-million $$$$$$ buildings at Machinery Row?!!! General Incompetence is in charge - along with Graft, Corruption, Lies & Collusion. Sincerely, Tim & Cindy
Dear County Board, Residents of Mount Pleasant have some very serious concerns regarding actions taken by County Executive Jonathan Delagrave - and the claims he has made/actions he has taken. He does not appear to want to address those claims - taking the position that everyone is in agreement and that all actions taken so far have been lawful and legal. Further - Politicians such as Racine County Executive Jonathan Delagrave (and others) continue to push the boundaries of what are the ACTUAL conditions to which Foxconn is required to act to comply within the scope of their negotiated agreement. The lies and deception from the County Government need to STOP. Concerns of MTP Residents need to be properly and legally addressed. Racine County appears to be absent the rule of law and acting beyond the scope of their authority/duties - and it appears that Governor Scott Walker and Representative Robin give those actions the color of being legal by glossing over abuses of process/law taken by local officials. This practice needs to end. Read for yourself the grievances of MTP Residents and the inflated claims of Public Officials at: https://arrestrecordsofracinewipublicofficials.wordpress.com/2018/07/17/racine-county-executive-jonathan-delagrave-is-called-out-by-mtp-residents-for-potential-malfeasance-and-lies/ Sincerely, Tim & CIndy
From: https://www.facebook.com/abettermtpleasant/ A Better Mt. Pleasant No one knows these issues better than Kim Mahoney. Kim Mahoney - July 13 at 1:18 PM · Here is a publicity piece from Wiseye.Org to showcase the Foxconn project. While the producer does an okay job on challenging some points, he doesn't go nearly far enough to fact check Jonathan and he just lets other falsehoods slide. First - we now know that Mount Pleasant was a "serious contender" to get the Foxconn development as early as February 2017. In the meantime, they allowed people to put up pools and big pole barns. Never once did they solicit input from Mount Pleasant residents to find out if they would want to foot the bill or give up land for this massive project. They made the decision for us. Second - Jonathan says the scope of the project was initially 500 acres, but has more than doubled. Doubled? The three project areas take up 2,900 acres and that doesn't even include the North Area. They have acquired most of the land already but have no set plans for Areas II and III. Many of those people could have remained in their homes for the next 5-10 years. Third - he says Racine County residents are "almost universally positive" about the project. Really? He must not be talking to the same people I am talking to. People are pissed about being forced out of their homes, they are worried about the amount of money we have promised to give Foxconn, they are doubtful the 13,00 jobs will materialize, they are concerned about the air pollution, water pollution, storm water runoff and Lake Michigan diversion. Jonathan - you are obviously not in touch with Racine County residents or you are lying. Fourth - the water diversion is violating the Great Lakes Compact because the water being diverted will be used for manufacturing, not primarily residential. You are setting a terrible precedent. Fifth - what is causing the air pollution/excess ozone emissions is irrelevant and to bring it up is ridiculous. You completely ignore the fact that the pollution already exists and it is harmful to our health. Now you are adding another major contributor that will exceed the maximum allowable limits for certain air pollution emissions. This goes to show you care nothing about the health of Racine County residents, especially those susceptible to breathing problems. Sixth - you keep talking about the jobs - the up to 13,000 "middle class high paying" jobs. The average job is promised to be $54,000. Can you support your family on $54,000? Nobody in Wisconsin can support a family for that income. And most of the workers will only be making $30,000, not $54,000. And, they do not anticipate achieving that number until the year 2040 - 22 years from now. You make it seem as if those jobs will magically appear as soon as Foxconn opens its doors in 2020. Seventh and last - I appreciate you saying that you do not believe eminent domain should be used to acquire property that will be given to Foxconn but you continue to spout the falsehood that 95% of the property acquisitions thus far have been "voluntary." Each and every homeowner was threatened with eminent domain. If they refuse to sell, the Village will take their property under eminent domain. When someone literally has no choice, it is the opposite of the definition of "voluntary."