Comment 48993

By EugeneM (registered) | Posted October 07, 2010 at 16:12:13

I just ran a whois search on that domain name and this came up.

Registrar: 1 & 1 INTERNET AG
Whois Server:
Name Server: NS57.1AND1.COM
Name Server: NS58.1AND1.COM
Status: ok
Updated Date: 07-nov-2009
Creation Date: 06-nov-2008
Expiration Date: 06-nov-2010

How do you link that site to Tetley or anyone for that matter?

recent resident to the city

My understanding is that he's lived here for about two years and that his wife is Hamiltonian. I've been in the city less than a year. I can vote. I have an opinion. I could have run for council if I'd wanted to!

his constant arrogance to all who oppose him

Please give an example

radical vigilante mentality towards our own residents

Again please give an example

And about Councillor Morelli's hours; Tetley himself should have some recollection of the evenings the Councillor spends working with all of the different charity groups, neighborhood associations, etc.

Are these in his capacity as Councillor or private citizen? As I understand things, he cannot campaign and be a Councillor at the same time. The email conversation is clearly asking for a clarification of these rules...

Is my understanding correct that incumbents can not campaign on city time?

And NO answer was given. Fallis did not say whether he can or cannot campaign on city time. He just gave some noncommittal response about who can tell when it's city time or not. That wasn't answering the question asked.

I would love to hear not what Tetley "wants" to do, but how he would do it.

A lot of campaigning about what a candidate wants to see for the Ward and whether or not you as a resident want to see the same thing. I've read Tetley's site. There's a lot of "would" information there as well as the "want".

Again, while I have never met the man, I know someone who's been to one of his talks and he never mentioned his competition beyond Morelli who has a reason to be ashamed of his nearly 20 year track record of letting the ward decline.

Comment edited by EugeneM on 2010-10-07 15:18:04

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