The Port Chester Blog Of Record - Brain Harrod Editor / Publisher
Friday, January 25, 2013
Bart Didden And His Hatters At "Making Port Chester A BITTER Place" Are The "Cosa Más Grande Desde El Queso On Rodajas" At 365 Port Chester
CONTROVERSIAL PORT CHESTER FACEBOOK GROUP IS "THE GREATEST THING SINCE SLICED CHEESE" FOR BILINGUAL VILLAGE BLOG
The Long Dormant Port Chester Blog, 365 Port Chester, That Gets A Steady Stream Of Daily Traffic From Wikipedia Links Has Been Relaunched, Because Of The Internet Activities Of Bart "The Bigot" Didden And His Little Band Of Hatters.
Check out my new Facebook group- "Making Westchester a Better Place" First suggestion: Turn Port Chester over to Connecticut!
Just Ask Former Trustee John Crane, Former Trustee Dominic Cicetelli, Former Port Chester Board Of Education President Dominic Bencivenga, Linda Turturino, Dan Paniccia, Aldo Vitagliano And Former Port Chester Republican Chairman Janusz Richards If They Think That It Is A Great Idea For Bart Didden And His Little Band Of Haters To Open Up Old Wounds At "Making Port Chester A BITTER Place"
please help make port chester a better place so that my houses value will rise back again and I can sell it and get the hell out. Phil michelson was right when he said "they are taxing us out of here".......so pleeeeeease help and by the way ,I am not alone and when the exodus begins who will be left with the tax burden?
to Bart Didden and Dennis Pilla - please stop fighting. It is not a pretty picture. Thank you in advance for your cooperation, which will help make Port Chester a better place.
The Worse Part Is When An Important Issue Is Brought Up At Making "Port Chester A Better Place" Bart Didden Is Not Interested In Collaboratively Coming Up With A Solution. He Is Only Interested In Attacking The Man That Beat Him In The Last Mayoral Election.
MUTUAL AID NIGHTMARE: Port Chester Ambulance Waiting Times May Get Longer As Port Chester Ambulances Are Diverted To Harrison.
Because Of Tight Budget Concerns The Harrison EMS Chief Is Planning On Using Port Chester And White Plains Ambulances To Fill The Gap In Harrison.
Harrison EMS operational costs and call volume have increased during each of the last four years, Harrison Emergency Medical Services' (EMS) funding has remained the same, leaving department Chief Joseph Bilotto concerned that he will have to make some difficult spending cuts 2013.
Harrison is looking at a reduction in EMS staffing and even taking one of department's two emergency trucks of the road. The cuts will be necessary because the costs of insurance, equipment and training continue to increase.
Harrison EMS provides emergency response at fires, car accidents and medical emergencies on a daily basis, providing aid to those in need in Harrison, West Harrison and Purchase. Because of the widespread territory, Bilotto fears that taking a truck out of 24-hour operation will force them to rely more on mutual aid, which could hurt response times.
Bilotto has approached the town board every year since 2008 to request additional funding. Harrison EMS is a third-party to the town of Harrison, but the town pays a $500,000 stipend to the department to help fund operating costs. The remainder of EMS' $2.2 million budget is paid through billing and donations.
Bilotto said the following at a Harrison public meeting....
"I think that if we start stressing White Plains and Port Chester it's going to be a lot longer than nine minutes to get an ambulance, If you're having a heart attack and you're supposed to get treatment within four to six minutes, waiting longer than 10 minutes for an ambulance is going to be detrimental to people's lives."
But no one is talking about how Port Chester heart attack victim could be waiting more than nine minutes to get a Port Chester ambulance that is responding to emergencies in Harrison.
Also other Rye Town residents in Rye and Rye Brook Could be put in danger, because Harrison Mayor/Supervisor Ron Belmont is not properly funding Harrison's Emergency Medical services.
But The Folks At 365 Port Chester Sure Do Love To Go Head To Head With Bart Didden's Cousin Kieth Morlino And The Little Band Of Haters That Follow Bart Didden Around At The Tiny And Controversial Facebook Page,
This Is Because The Port Chester Blog Gets Boat Loads Of Web Traffic By Reporting On The Crazy Activities Of The Screwy Didden Crew.
The Truth Is That "Making Port Chester A BITTER Place" Is Destroying The Image Of Port Chester By Serving Up Every Little Petty Crime Reports.
"Making Port Chester a Better Place was an Idea by Keith Morlino to create a forum of which Port Chester residents, past and present, express their ideas and views on how to make the Village a better place. Instead it has become a glorified police blotter that puts too much emphasis on crime and whats wrong and a place where people bitch, moan, cry and complain. While I believe many of you support a better village. Most just participate to vent. Rather than focusing on the negatives, it would be more proactive to highlight the great things about PC and support the positive ideas and solutions that PC needs to grow and flourish. Like if you agree, positive comments please
If an out of town kid is caught shoplifting at the Kohl's Department Store, Then Kieth Morlino And The Others In Bart Didden's Little Band Of Haters Start Screaming That Crime Is Out Of Control And Port Chester Is Going To Hell In A Hand Basket.
Security cameras (funded by a federal grant) are being installed at the riverfront promenade and will be connected to the PCPD. This is part of our Downtown Revitalization Strategy to make Port Chester a better place!
Never Mind That Port Chester Has 200 Crime Control Experts At 350 North Main Street, the village needs Bart Didden's Little Band Of Idiotic Hatters to send "Liaison Members" To Monitor Port Chester Police Chief Krzeminski And The Men And Women That Serve Under Him.
If Port Chester Mayor Dennis Pilla Cured Cancer Tomorrow..... Then BITTER BART DIDDEN And His Little Band Of Trouble Makers Would Be On Facebook Saying That Curing Cancer Was The Worse Possible Thing That Could Happen.
You would think that Port Chester Mayor Dennis Pilla's fifth appearance on this national radio program would be a great way to showcase our little village to the nation, but no Bart Didden and his band of hatters at "Making Port Chester A BITTER Place" continued their Facebook Jihad against our Christian Mayor.
Bart Dideden's Response To The Good News That The Mayor And Port Chester Will Be Presented To A National Radio Audience In A 30 Minute Program:
Dennis, what topic are you not a self-proclaimed expect in? You See The Problem Is, According To Bart Didden Is That Our Mayor Is "NOT HUMBLE" Enough
First, I think you need to visit the definition of “humble”. A humble person does not brag And Everybody In Port Chester Knows That Bart Didden Is An Expert On Being Humble