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Aliquippa Mayor Dwan Walker Attends Meeting At White House On Community Revitalization

Aliquippa Mayor Dwan Walker attended a meeting about community revitalization at the White House earlier this month.

Walker, a Democrat, touted the meeting on his Facebook page and shared photos of himself interacting with administration officials, including Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the president.

“Honored to be invited to The White House on June 11, 2019 for a Leadership conference by The Office of Intergovernmental Affairs (OGA) to continue the unprecedented outreach to State and local elected officials in the Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia Regions,” wrote Walker.

“The IGA had remarks and discussion with key administration leaders and policymakers on Community Revitalization, building for the future and Infrastructure priorities and The Opioid Crisis. We were able to meet and discuss with the top people in the Trump administration from the office of American Innovation, U.S Department Of Education, U.S Department Of Agriculture, U.S Department of Labor, U.S Army Corp of Engineers, Office of EPA, U.S Department Of Transportation, and U.S Department Of Energy. We were given key contact information for all of these departments. You just have to thank God for opportunities like this true story.”

Walker overcame his largest hurdle on the path toward reelection after winning the May 21 Democratic primary against challenger Matthew Mottes, who currently serves on city council. He will be appearing on the ballot unopposed in the general election on Nov. 5.

See Also:

Governor Tom Wolf Continues To Show Support For Aliquippa Mayor Dwan Walker Despite Ongoing Controversies

John Paul
John Paul
John Paul is the founder of the Beaver Countian. He reports full-time for the site, specializing in investigative journalism with an emphasis on public corruption.

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Where’s the money gonna go? Hustling for his pockets.

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At least we know he’s alive and not in jail yet. Best thing that ever happened to Aliquippa. Total loser idiot followed into the abyss by his sheeples. Bankruptcy looming larger every day for the big city. Total pice of human waste. Get a damn real job dude. Moocher and grifter of the decade. Definitely presidential material. 25th clown in the circus car.

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It is continually amazing how so many uneducated, unqualified bozos are in Beaver County politics. It’s a small wonder that it’s a mess.

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I will never have any empathy for the people in Aliquippa when they continue to vote for people like Dwan who are as useless as tits on a bull. What has he done for the city….absolutely nothing except promote himself. Revitalization?? No, just more of the same old drug infested, deteriorating slums. The only potential positive is that by doing nothing, he’s made the new reassessment process simple since the properties in Aliquippa will all have negative market values (there isn’t enough money in the world that you could pay me to own one of them).

The people of Aliquippa have made their bed for another 4 years so I hope they enjoy sleeping in it…alone, and without the help or sympathies of anyone else in Beaver County.

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