Aston Accused Of Neglect

Aston Accused Of Neglect — Letter

Aston Township Board:

I am writing to comment on the Delco Times article from March 17, 2023 by Pete Bannon.

For over two years myself and other township residents have insisted the Drop Box located at the abandoned township building be removed. The camera for the drop box was installed in such a manner the solar panels were partially or completely (depending on time of year)obscured from the sun thus calling into question their functionality.I can almost hear the condescending tone of Mr Higgens, “you’re a bright guy…” as reported in the article. This is no way to speak to constituents.

Mr Maddren, current township solicitor, pointed out safety concerns at the vacant property. This property is not vacant. This property was literally destroyed by the current board of commissioners who neglected to make necessary roof repairs. This property was neglected and abandoned, not vacated. Now the commissioners demand a multi-million dollar facility to replace what could have amounted to tens of thousands in repairs had they did their job properly.

The noise complaints from the business park at Springbrooke Boulevard is another boondoggle that could have been avoided. Myself and several other township residents are on public record at a meeting detailing this is exactly what would occur if the property were to be developed in such a way. This board of commissioners has been quite adept at destroying. Destroying a township building. Destroying a large swath of old growth trees on the site of the former Mercury Gun Club.Destroying our air quality and quality of life in general for the 4th Ward residents. Destroying confidence in our elected officials.

The irony of Mr Higgen’s abandoned property in the 7th Ward that has an unregistered vehicle in the driveway, an out building that is missing a large portion of roof, an unmaintained above ground pool and failing roof on the house is not lost on me. If I let my property deteriorate in such a manner I would have been paid a visit by Code Enforcement but this does not appear to apply to Mr Higgens.

To add insult to injury Mr Higgens has not resided in the 7th Ward for over two years and has lived in the 4th Ward during this time. Mr Higgens was elected to represent the residents in the 7th Ward and has repeatedly stated he will return home but has not. Leaving a wake of destruction in the 7th Ward (the township building) and now the 4th Ward (Trammell Crow property noise pollution) seems to be par for the course under this failed leadership.

Since both these issues were brought to the commissioners multiplet imes I had to question what changed. Why now all the supposed concern. Then I realized four of the township commissioners are on the ballot this year and the need to placate the residents after raising our taxes. Again. Talk is cheap. Your actions speak volumes.

This is what happens under one party rule. Chaos and destruction with zero accountability. The Board of Commissioners and the Aston GOP are essentially one in the same. I am concerned the township by allowingMr Higgens to run for office in the 7th Ward, where he no longer lives, may be opening us up to legal problems. The board knows he does not live in the 7th Ward as does the local GOP but chooses to not address this matter. In fact it’s my understanding the GOP endorsed his candidacy.

Mr Higgens as Vice President of the board has been little more than atax and spend failure. Now he wants to run for office again,unopposed, even though he clearly does not live in the 7th Ward.Perhaps Mr Higgens needs to retire gracefully and get his own literalhouse in order. It is too late for the township building roof butperhaps he can fix his own.

Joseph B Dychala(Actual)

7th Ward Resident

Aston Accused Of Neglect -- Letter

Aston Accused Of Neglect — Letter

CPA Says Biden Win Needs Auditing

CPA Says Biden Win Needs Auditing — Joseph Fried, an MBA and CPA, retired from the auditing firm he created so with time on his hands he investigated Joe Biden’s 2020 victory.

His conclusion is that an audit is most certainly, definitely positively needed.

Front Page Magazine spells out many of his specifics from many places in many states.

Delaware County, Pa. is among them.

Fried cites the hidden-camera videos showing patently illegal conduct – including the destruction of election records – on the part of election workers.

One showed two Delaware County election workers discussing the need “to destroy and/or hide 2020 election information requested under Pennsylvania’s ‘Right to Know’ laws.”

Smile Jim.

The county District Attorney closed his “investigation” into these videos without taking action.

It was worse than that, actually. Jack Stollsteimer sent a letter to County Council, which it read into the record, that only three videos were presented as evidence, that they had been taken from the internet and that they had been doctored.

The truth is that 37 videos were submitted as evidence, they came directly from the person who made them, and they had not been edited.

Delaware County was the last in Pennsylvania to report its vote totals – and before that report came in, Trump was winning the state.

Fried also includes the claim by Steven Miller, a professor of mathematics at Williams College, that around 90,000 of the absentee ballots purportedly requested by Republican voters had either been requested by persons other than those GOP voters or had been completed and sent in by those voters but never counted.

Miller was criticized for his data-set by other academics who, however, conceded that his math was correct.

Miller’s response was that did not claim his statement to be conclusive but rather potentially indicative. 

“I am a strong believer that sunlight is the best disinfectant, that the best solution is to put things out there in the public,” he said.

Which gets us to why so many are certain Biden is not the legitimate president. Cover-ups and bald dismissals occur instead of taking the allegations seriously and investigating.

Miller is competent and highly respected. His data-set raises suspicions? Fine, develop one without the perceived flaws. Don’t attack him for telling you what you don’t want to hear.

Fried isn’t perfect. He says that more ballots were cast in Pennsylvania than registered voters. This stems from erroneous early reporting by the Statewide Uniform Registry of Electors that conflicted with what the Department of State was releasing. When everything was settled, ballots had been cast by only about 74 percent of registered voters, still a very high turnout.

And this is how you ease suspicions. You understand what the source of the suspicion is and address it with solid evidence in a transparent way.

We have not seen this done with Miller’s claims and it most certainly was not done by Stollsteimer.

It was most certainly not done in Fulton County, Pa. where the state actually crushed an attempt by the county to audit its Dominion voting machines.

Fried’s  book Debunked: A Professional Auditor Reviews the 2020 Election came out four months ago.

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