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Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Watchdog News Delivery Update

I know that for those of you who have been victimized by the City's code enforcement it brings pleasure to you to know that we are informing people of these alleged allegations.

It's a "pressure valve" release of sorts, and is good for ones emotions.

I am happy to announce that I and my delivery staff passed out 1000 Watchdog News papers in the Mayors neighborhood yesterday. :-) Wow! We had to get the heck out of there, all those DOGS barking a warning wail. The noise was unbearable!

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you have a subscription list?

2:10 PM  
Blogger Bob said...

You bet you can get the DOG mailed to your home or business!

Click onto the title of any of the post and you will get the Watchdog web site. It is also linked to the right of the screen at this site.

You can read past and present issues at the Watchdog web site. Search the site some and you will find a place to get it mailed to you.

It cost $6.00 a year.
Real cheap for one of the hottest growing rags in the City.

Happy reading!!!

5:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was happy to get the Watchdog delivered to my home a few days ago. I hope it keeps comming. My brother in law was a victim of the city crooked code inspectors and he was so delighted to find out about the Watchdog that he took mine.

10:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have passed out the Watchdog Newspaper to several building contracters all of whom agree the city is corrupt and out of thier bounderies with the behavior they are conducting. In the end when the city has to pay the price they will take a better look at peoples property rights before they tear a home down without just compensation. Gee, I wonder why you see so many vacant buildings check out the address of many of them that have been vacant for many years they are still standing because the city owns them. Another words if the city owns them they can sit vacant as eyesores for years, but if a private party owns the house the wrecking ball is coming WATCH OUT!

11:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I did some repair work for a landlord who fell vcitim to the city housing code guys. What a bunch of BS. They had him replacing all kinds of things that did not need to be replaced. He must have really pissed someone in the city off!

12:09 AM  

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