August 2011 Not Enough Said blog Postings about Fayette County Common Pleas Court Ruling by Judge Ralph C. Warman
In Re: Referendum Petition of Tim Mahoney (Rep. Tim Mahoney D-Fayette-51st-So. Union Twp) are available with the PDF
September Postings highlight Judge Warman's thorough Ruling and delve into related
material concerning the Election Bureau of Fayette County; those Affidavits of Circulator of Referendum Petitions wherein
each contained the name of a single circulator, Tim Mahoney, although under oath Rep. Mahoney testified he issued petitions
to some over 40 individuals on his team of circulators; Rep. Tim Mahoney's "loophole" he said he was told he could use
via the Intergovernmental Cooperation Subchapter of the Municipalities Act Title 53 of PA Consolidated Statutes (via call-in
on the Tues. Aug. 30 WMBS 590 radio talk program, What's on Your Mind, host Mark Rafail during the final 15 minute segment
with guest citizen journalist bloggers Not Enough Said).
The blog is keeping up to date on the
Economic Impact Study of Fayette area Public School Districts said to be planned to be completed soon; and dissection
of the Herald-Standard.com articles for the obvious slant indicated by the supportive position the newspaper has taken on
Rep. Mahoney's consolidation plan long before the Impact Study had been started, and certainly before it is 'said' to be completed
as of 9/9/2011.