Wednesday, November 28, 2018

John Stoffa Report

I talked to former NorCo Executive John Stoffa on Monday. Although he has blocked my cell, I got through using someone else's phone. He sounded very cheerful and complimented Lamont McClure. He also admitted that he's still ugly, but not as ugly as me.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

John is a good man. He is facing a major challenge in his life with courage and dignity. We wish him well.

Anonymous said...

He is lucky he has all that public trough money. Since he tried to dump Gracedale other less fortunate would have suffered.

Anonymous said...

In public life. John was always able to disagree without being disagreeable. I crossed party lines to vote for him and would do so again.

Anonymous said...

anon 6:15, of course you did. Stoffa is the darling of the republicans. He followed their script to the letter.

Anonymous said...

It is disgusting that after all these years the Stoffa-haters have crawled out from under their rocks to post nasty comments here. John was a man of integrity. There were no scandals under his administration. No "pay for play" politics. He was an honorable man. His attempt to sell Gracedale was for good reasons. When the voting public prohibited it, he did not punish Gracedale, but rather invested even more county dollars into its infrastructure. His accomplishments in 8 years were impressive. He has earned his public pensions over the years. The Stoffa-haters are free to crawl back under their rocks until the next time Bernie runs a story about John.

Anonymous said...

Love me some Stoffa's frozen dinners!

Anonymous said...

Go back under your rock Stoffa lover. The guy was certainly not universally loved especially by people that worked under him.

Bernie O'Hare said...

John Stoffa is very highly regarded by 90% of the workforce under him. I consider him the ideals public servants.

Anonymous said...

John was an honorable man. Some of today's elected officials should try emulating him.

Anonymous said...

Stoffa and Angle were joined at the hip and ran the county together. They were both in like ways honorable men.

Anonymous said...

Most employees would disagree but they know you would attack them.