Sunday, January 29, 2012

Sunday Indy Star and Charlie White

Oh my an entire page in the Indy Star on Charlie White:

Actually a very good article from start to finish. Not much new but a few nice insights form other elected officials of the area. One very big surprise.

At the tail end of this article is a defense of Charlie by Scott Faultless, two items Scott must be scared that Charlie is going to spill the beans on all the back room deals that go on in Fishers, so Scott has to be nice to him. Then is the statement that Charlie was a de facto member of the Town Council. Mr. Faultless would love to have a town council that is all de facto no elections. In fact he has proposed a new city government where the Mayor is appointed. The fact is that Mr. While was not a legal member in standing on the Town Council after he moved out of his district.

But then again this is Fishers where Mr.Faultless believe everything he says.

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Fishers town vs city lawsuit

Please go to this link and watch my attorney explain the suit against Fishers for not letting the people of the community vote.

The Fishers Town Council believes in holding on to power no matter what the costs. I am sure many of you will find this interesting.

If you live in Fishers, In this should be of extreme interest to you. The way they twist the facts is just unreal. In the Supreme Court they once again stated the Hybrid (Fake) City they are proposing will save one million dollars the only problem is that it will not. The savings is expected because they would opt out of social security payments for the police and firemen. The real story is no police or fire departments have been approved for opting out by the Social Security Administration for years. Another thing they said was the hybrid city was proposed by a citizens Town/ Township Merger Committee, they forgot to say by a hand picked committee lead by a former Town Council President who has a very large contract with the Town. I believe I would call that a conflict of interest. Some of the committee members were ignored and many times the paid for chair just did what he felt like. Far from a real merger committee, but in the eyes of the Town Council just perfect.

So please take a few minutes and view the video.

A few other blogs you may want to read:
By Mike Kole - One of the others in the suit against the Town.
By Greg Purvis He has provided an analysis of the suit - in two parts. Make sure you read both parts.>
Article by Tom Britt on the case published on