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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Hyman's Misplaced Campaign Strategy


On her Facebook page, Diane Fegley asks, "Is it just me or does it reflect badly on Hyman that his political banners are on his boarded up, abandoned looking buildings all over our City??"

Good question.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nat Hyman got a 2 million dollar judgment entered against him in lehigh county a couple of months ago. His building are big dumps....its embarrassing.

Anonymous said...

How about Fed Ed putting his signs on blighted properties? Just as bad.

Anonymous said...

No worse than Fed Ed putting his self denial propaganda up. If he could, Hamilton Street would be adorned with them!

Anonymous said...

Just more industrial waste dump site's, now bedbug breading opperations and by the way also set up shop with grant monies. Than there is the literal garbage waste dump transfer stations this blight has become and continues too.
Just drive by and take a good look around the Ritter and Smith lumberyard, this is a blight to bright dynamics, because anything will look better than what has been alloud to be Raised on said properties. The vermin and other such godly creatures are helpped in the raising by the current whole administration.

Anonymous said...

Where did Hyman get his hair cut? And dye job?

Charlie Sch said...

The former lumber yard at 12th and Gordon has been recently purchased by ASD for a new elementary school. It was allowed to become a dump site for too long by the previous owner. The City had previously approved two plans for the site for senior housing, over the last 15 years. However, the latest plan would have needed federal housing tax credits, which Trumpie apparently wants to eliminate.

Anonymous said...

Seems to me that said previous owner is a common denominator of many industrial waste dump site transfer station aministrationally of course!

Anonymous said...

Wasnt Nat hyman the former big supporter and contributor to Ed P. who got into trouble with building code violations and the then Code enforcement chief wouldnt overlook. Seems to me that Eric weiss left city government. Fired? Retired? or forced out? Clear it up Bernie please. Pay for Play?

Anonymous said...

Buster Hyman says,

Always a hit with the young ladies, though.

Anonymous said...

What's even funnier is that Hyman doesn't know where the city border ends. He has signs on Route 22 and Cedar Crest in South Whitehall!

Anonymous said...

http://www.wfmz.com/business/business-matters/business-matters-bm20170612/445046122