Note: This article was originally posted on BarrettCommunity.com
Did we save money by switching from Barrett Township to Pocono Mountain Regional police?
I'm going through the "Public Safety - Police" total expense lines for years available to me and here is what I have:
[Updated 1/7/21 to include 2020's budget]
2010: $552,000 (When Barrett had 6 officers)
2013: ? (+ $100,000*)
2015: $709,000 (The year that Barrett police disbanded. Had 5 officers)
2016: $520,000 (Regional)
2017: $520,000 (Regional)
2018: $578,000 (Regional)
2019: $551,000 (Regional)
2020: $575,048 (Regional)
Move it along, folks, nothing to see here:
My closing statements from the Pennsylvania State hearing on election issues. https://t.co/QUrKsMhEsC— Senator Doug Mastriano (@SenMastriano) December 18, 2020
WATCH: @SenMastriano gives stirring opening statement.— Elizabeth Harrington (@LizRNC) November 25, 2020
“The republic is at stake. This is no game for us.
“There’s a group in this state and country willing to throw away our valuable and precious freedoms.
“We’re here to shed light on darkness.” pic.twitter.com/K5HEbTUFNA
I filed a "right to know" request after learning that a "deal had been struck" for Monroe County to purchase the bank / property from PNC.
Frustrated, I reached out to an attorney for help. This is what they told me:
8 2 • THE COMPLETE FAMILY.GUIDE TO ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE
Fibrositis is a painful condition that is characterized by widespread pain with multiple tight and tender spots in the muscles. These are felt as cordlike fibers of muscle in the surrounding, relaxed musculature. Symptoms include pain, fatigue, stiffness, sleep disturbances, an irritable bowel, muscle twitching, frecp.ient urination. premenstrual syndrome. headaches, anxiety, mood swings. poor concentration and memory, and balance problems, among others. The condition appears to be exacerbated by damp weather, intense activity, and stress. Sufferers are predominantly female Caucasians, and the severity (in this case, the number of tender spots on the muscles) increases with age. The Cause is largely unknown, although it is thought to be related to allergies, chemical sensitivities, and toxicity, as well as an individual's stress and anxiety.
To those who have lost loved ones, who are suffering, grieving - you are not alone.
This is what a free country looks like:
I would rather die from hugging my family rather than stay at home, scared... to regret it later.
"He who fears something gives it power over him."
If you or someone you love have been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, chances are you’ve been told that your body is attacking itself. Hearing this probably stripped you of hope that you can heal and left you feeling betrayed by your own body. Today there are countless mysterious diseases that have been labeled as autoimmune conditions. But the problem is that the concept of autoimmunity is inherently flawed and this mistaken theory only hurts you and your loved ones in the end. Surprised? When we believe our own bodies are attacking themselves, we are unknowingly hindering our healing process. Our immune systems can weaken in the absence of this truth: Your body never attacks itself. It’s always working for you and loves you unconditionally. It’s never been more critical for you and your loved ones to know and feel this truth in your heart. It will greatly support you and those you care about to heal.
On December 14, 1999, a lawsuit was filed in the Chester County Court of Common Pleas, alleging that SKB manufacturer of Lymerix, the Lyme vaccine, failed to warn doctors and the public at large that about 30% of the general public could possibly be predisposed to a degenerative autoimmune arthritis that can be triggered by the vaccine. According to the complaint, the autoimmune reaction, once triggered, is unstoppable, and the victim can only be treated for symptoms thereafter.
Should the DOJ Watch Out for State & Local Orders That Infringe on Citizens’ Rights?
“Many policies that would be unthinkable in regular times have become commonplace in recent weeks, and we do not want to unduly interfere with the important efforts of state and local officials to protect the public. But the Constitution is not suspended in times of crisis. We must therefore be vigilant to ensure its protections are preserved, at the same time that the public is protected.”
It's not the first time llamas have been called to action against viruses.
When you think about how scientists are researching potential coronavirus treatments, llamas—yes, those large, furry animals who are likely to spit when agitated—probably don't come to mind at all. But one group of researchers believe the camelids may have at least some answers to help stop the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Steve Jobs