The oppression of Landowners in Youngstown continues. Last week the Law Director of Youngstown made an offer to settle my three year battle with the City to farm my land. He stated that he would drop all charges for failure to obtain a farming permit (which I was found not guilty two years ago) if I agree to fill in my shrimp ponds. And don't forget this, the City of Youngstown in the recent past made it public that they are looking to ban drilling on City lands. With all our education here on this site, it would all be for not if this collection of the dependent class dictates how landowners can use their land. Just remember this, the urban entitlted put one of their own in the white house while we failed to see their socialist vision.
Ron, I did not fail to recognize "their socialist vision." A brief study of these liberals sheds light on their socialist/commie manifesto. VOTE the ba@ta*ds OUT and get on with the drilling!
you've mentioned this other place, Ron, but the whole story eludes me. How is it that if you were found not guilty 2 years ago there are still charges pending which can be dropped? Common sense says they must be different charges, right? and shouldn't it be fairly simple for the local government to find out whether you did or did not obtain a farming permit? How can something like that even be disputed?
My Jazz trio had a gig at Cafe Cimmento for a reunion. While there I heard my name called out from the bar by two very active inner city catholic priest. One of the priest is a big advocate with their one acre urban farm. We were discussing this topic and his answer to me was the Shrimp farm is very political and it all has to do with power. BTW, this priest was one of the few that had my back for three years and he also ate some Youngstown shrimp and he liked it.....
I suggest you start growing guar beans in Youngstown!