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Beaver County Times Reporter Lobbying Commissioner Camp For Free Office Space In The Courthouse

A Beaver County Times reporter has been lobbying Commissioner Dan Camp for free courthouse office space for two Times reporters because the newspaper has relocated to Hopewell Township. Publicly, Times’ reporter Daveen Rae Kurutz briefly broached the subject at a January commissioners’ work session, but remained silent about the issue until last month when Commissioner…

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M.T. Pockets
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M.T. Pockets

Fedeles made such a strong point about the protest group not using any of the Courthouse electricity why does the Times get to use it and a private office large enough for 2 desks as well.Gee Dan, I want an office too. I’m not greedy. 1 desk is plenty big enough so I can do my business paperwork. It’s all official county related because it’s for tax reasons.

Gypsy Glen
Guest
Gypsy Glen

Got to make sure she has capability to have food in her work space.

Why not that cafe area lots of tables and internet

Private media room wtf for a dwindling paper. That doesn’t even cover murder trials any more just who taking a shit at the county dump.

bobb
Member
bobb

There is a nice 3 bedroom, 1 bath house in downtown Beaver, Walnut St. I’m sure The Times could purchase, turn it into a Media house. Kitchen, bathroom, and 4 maybe 5 spaces to put desks. $85K! Oh, bring your own chair.

jaacee
Member
jaacee

So the chrome-dome makes a secret deal with his personal publicist to provide a media room, and then, without anyone else knowing it, a vacant office suddenly appears. WOW! This guy with a high silk hat on, could slide under a snake.

jaacee
Member
jaacee

And who would pay for the light, heat, phone, internet, etc.? It seems the BEAVER COUNTY Times made the decision to practically move out of it’s namesake county, and now wants the tax payers to foot the bill to bring them back.

parkwaybob
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parkwaybob

Danny Boy Has only one thing in mind Get them votes. He has been and always be a sorry ass loser

M.T. Pockets
Guest
M.T. Pockets

I think the Gazebo across the street in the park is big enough for 2 desk. They can eat and even smoke if they want. Of coarse they would have to bring their own desks and chairs. Problem solved!

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