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Saturday, May 31, 2008

No Excuses! You Stated You Have What It Takes

From The Palladium Times

"These are just some of the many issues we are successfully working on.” Senator Aubertine.

Senator, success is defined when something is COMPLETED with positive results!

“The message I’d like to send out to the voters, is that I now have over six years of experience between the Assembly and Senate and I certainly have developed a strong relationship with the second floor of the governor’s office and I want to be able to capitalize on the experience I’ve gained and the relationships I’ve made in the past six years to advance on these issues and accomplish the goals that need to be accomplished here in Oswego County and across the entire 48th district.” Senator Aubertine

Senator, you said it, exactly what P IV said. You make the claim for all the experience and relationships with Senate, Assembly, and Governor, then as mentioned in the ATV post below capitalize on it, get the ATV legislation passed!!! According to your comments, there will be no excuses acceptable, you have what it takes to get the job and the ATV community expects it to be done.

25 comments:

RWiley said...

I believe Darryl made up his mind to support legal use of public and DEC controlled highways for ATV use right from the get-go, about 10 seconds after he heard of the closings. Watching your attempt here to try to make us believe that you are putting pressure on Darryl to decide what he has already decided to support is weird. Now, when he votes, AYE, I suppose you will take credit as a result of your threats.

Why don't you just admit that his support was announced weeks ago, and you missed it.

RWiley said...

If our children had been taught to "pick cherries" as fast as Political IV, there would be less unemployment.

Here is the entire article with a link to the story.


Aubertine seeks re-election


"Despite only being in office as 48th district senator for a brief period of time, Aubertine proudly speaks of several items which he has worked hard to see come to fruition for his residents.  “I am very proud of what we have been able to do with the capital funding here at SUNY Oswego. We continue working on legislation for APW High School, working on setting up a meeting with Constellation Energy and the governor’s office for a new nuclear plant, the countywide health care issues with the Central Square clinic and Lee Memorial Hospital and how we can best lend a hand in helping these organizations … These are just some of the many issues we are successfully working on.”

Anonymous said...

Maybe the WDT should put as much effort into who rwiley is as they are to finding out who Politcal IV is. rwiley is clearly a politcal operative for Aubertine or the Democrat party.

RWiley said...

I take that as a compliment, thanks!

RWiley said...

This report is from Channel 7 news. I am not sure of the date, but the earliest comment was May 8th.
So, the report was several weeks ago.

Senator Aubertine Works to Get ATV Trails Open Again

It mentions, "Earlier this month, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation decided to close 40 roads between Jefferson, Lewis and Oswego counties."

You are witnessing quick progress by our politicians.

Anonymous said...

R Wilee

First it is Darrel.

Second, do you understand the difference between all talk and no action?

Darryl:) = no action on ATVs, all talk. Keep posting everything he is saying, show me what he has done or is doing?

RWiley said...

Person with no name above.....

Slide your mouse around until it hits the link I posted above. Read the report and listen to the cool video. Then, slide it to the other links which document what you just viewed concerning Mr. Aubertine support along with his letter (action!) to the head of DEC objecting to a closure and encourage a bill that brings DEC and DMV together in the legal use of ATV's on those Roads as well as access to others.

Next, go to the State Senate site and read HR 2624.

Now, since we have a Republican majority in the Senate, cross your fingers that the enough Republicans will vote yes along with Darryl. If so, the dust will be flying up there soon.

RWiley said...

Sorry, Person with no name above.....
wrong button, this is my edited version.

Slide your mouse around until it hits the link I posted above. Read the report and listen to the cool video. Then, slide it to the other links which document what you just viewed concerning Mr. Aubertine's support along with his letter (action!) to the head of DEC objecting to a closure and encouraging a bill that brings the DEC and DMV together in the legal use of ATV's on those Roads as well as access to others.

Next, go to the State Senate site and read S3429.

Now, since we have a Republican majority in the Senate, cross your fingers that the enough Republicans will vote yes along with Darryl. If so, the dust will be flying up there soon.

RWiley said...

My apologies to the Watertown Times.
I was not aware of their report on Darryl's quick action and response to the closing. Again, Political IV must have missed it, too.

Published on May 1, 2008, Page B4, Watertown Daily Times
SENATOR ASKS DEC TO ALLOW ATV RIDERS
State Sen. Darrel J. Aubertine, D-Cape Vincent, has asked Alexander B. "Pete" Grannis, the state Department of Environmental Conservation commissioner, to reverse the department's decision to close DEC roads to all-terrain vehicle traffic in Jefferson, Oswego and Lewis counties. DEC announced its decision April 15 to close 52 reforestation and easement roads, totaling 83.5 miles, to ATVs.

RWiley said...

Remember Will Barclay?

DEC Closes ATV Trails

Pulaski, N.Y. -
Assemblyman Will Barclay, R-Pulaski, announced Wednesday his disappointment with the State Department of Environmental Conservation for closing roads to all terrain vehicles (ATV).


That announcement was on April 16th. On May 1st., the WDT published a story of Darryl's action and support of re-opening of the trails.

In the confusion of the mess that James Wright left us with, it only took 14 days for Darryl to reach the ears of the head of the DEC. Remarkable!

Anonymous said...

Will disapointed? He was more likely drooling at the thought of more business for him at Dugieston.

16.10.23 said...

Rwiley, if that is your name, and think it is not, Will Barclay opines on the trail closings on April 16th, (your post) it takes Darryl (your spelling) TWO WEEKS for form an opinion, or Two weeks to reach Grannis, when Drabicki's husband in literally feet away and they blame it on Jim Wright????? Darrel,(my spelling)should be embarrassed. Darryl(your spelling) talks about his links to the Governor and the Assembly. If he can't find a staff member or a bureaucrat in two weeks, thank god he is not running an emergency room and needs to find a bed pan! Either way, its a stinking mess that Darryl(your spelling) created.

RWiley said...

Sorry, Mr. Aubertine did not create your mess. Your mess was created when Jim Wright screwed up a plan intended to slip Mr. Barclay into his job. He expected a cakewalk and you all got stung. Now back to the ATV problem. If the Republicans in the Senate join Darrel (thanks for the correction) with an AYE vote, ATV riding on DEC trails will become legal within a few short weeks of the announced closing.

Anonymous said...

Senator Aubertine and the Upstate Caucus

Anonymous said...

Is Darrel's name on the bill?

Anonymous said...

I believe the bill will pass the senate. Lets see if your guy Darrel can get his friends in the assembly and on the 2nd floor to pass, then sign the bill.

I don't think he can.

RWiley said...

Hopefully, Will Barclay will cross the aisle and support the Democrats with an Aye vote when it goes to the Assembly and becomes A10964, then gets passed and signed by the new Gov.

Then we can move on to gasoline prices as we watch Political IV support Dave Renzi as he attacks Darrel and blames him for the Global Oil Market. Dave Renzi has been the candidate for days now and has been all words and no action on the price of gasoline. He has yet to formulate and propose one working solution. I think he has been too busy across the street changing bedpans. By the time he gets organized, you will be paying 5 bucks a gallon.

Anonymous said...

Hopefully Darrel will cross the aisle and support the Republicans bill S3429.

Since your are an insider rwiley, When will a10964 be allowed by the leader out of the transportation committee?

Give us a date so we can get our wheelers ready

Anonymous said...

There running around here all day up here on the tug with lots of places to go. Come up and joins us.

Anonymous said...

WHO says we want ATV's running up and down all our public highways?????

I hope that is NOT the intent of this proposed legislation ! ! ! !

Anonymous said...

It is. It will be the Redneck answer to the gas problem.

Anonymous said...

The only hope will be for the democratics to vote against it, because I think Willie in Oswego wants it except on his road.

Anonymous said...

For all you people that are worried about ATV's running around unrestricted, don't worry. It will be up to the local electeds on what roads to open up, and then only to connect trails

here is the bills memo;

Authorizes a governmental agency, by rule or regulation, or municipality, by
local law ordinance, to designate a highway or portion of highway as open for
travel by an ATV in order to gain access to areas or trails adjacent to such
highways.

Anonymous said...

They allready run around restricted here. I hope Aubertine changes his vote

Anonymous said...

Don't overlook Darrel's other dubious claim of helping out local schools.

Darrel's failure to deliver on local school aid has resulted in a 25% tax hike for one district in Oswego County. Aubertine claims he's coming to that district's (Altmar) rescue.

But has he said a word about Carthage, where the voters are in open revolt over our six-figure interloper superintendent?

What about us, Darrel? No excuses!

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