Monthly Archives: October 2014

How did Cindy get on Indy?

A glance at the 2014 local ballot begs the question: How on earth did Cindy get on the Independence Party line? I know, I know, she and Len Bernardo are best friends forever and Gerry Fornino already gave to Len’s … Continue reading

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Stop voting for the wives of party chairmen!

Sadly, the Town of Rochester is already infamous for dirty political deals benefiting the wives of party chairmen. The trend started in 2009 with the wife of Len Bernardo, the Chairman of Ulster County Independence Party. As reported by Kingston … Continue reading

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Bernino and Fornardo. Yep, they are that close!

Following a comment posted by Len “Anonymous” Bernardo to Terry Bernardo wants to screw you, I wanted to clarify if Gerry Fornino was actually spreading rumors about me or not. What better way to do it than asking the man … Continue reading

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Would you buy a used car from Carl Chipman?

Carl Chipman is quoted in the article Once Again, A Rochester Tower Controversy Stirs by Chris Rowley, published today in Shawangunk Journal: “The biggest thing is that the town has to work harder to communicate with everyone…” Let me repeat … Continue reading

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Carl Chipman and his family values

People like to spread rumors, like the one about the black mold swept under the rug tiles at the Town Hall. Now another rumor makes the rounds in Rochester: for Supervisor Chipman family comes first… when the Town hires. The … Continue reading

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Illustrated Chipman-Chipman Dictionary

The original: Carl Chipman and Manuela Michailescu, both crying of joy after learning the election results. (Election night, Tuesday, November 6, 2007.) The translation: Carl Chipman trying to fool Manuela Michailescu into believing that he too is a decent human … Continue reading

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Carl Chipman and the obvious questions

Believe it or not, there was a time when Carl Chipman didn’t mind answering my questions, probably in deference to all those years he called me Papa. Seeing that Chipman was starting his first term by asking “how high?” every … Continue reading

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