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Rest in Peace,
Jim Rokakis Land Bank case that boomeranged
Submitted by Jeff Buster on Thu, 03/22/2012 - 23:09.
Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge John P. O'Donnell
just appropriately ruled for the low bidder on the Brown's stadium concrete work. So, I thought, maybe here's a judge who is doing his job. I Googled him.
That's progress. BIG PROGRESS!
We, the public taxpayer, can read our employee's (the Hon. Judge's) rulings. From our Homes. From our Couch. Without any public records BS or fees. That's progress. And I salute every judge who publishes their opinions/rulings on the web. Hat Tip to Mr. Hon. O'Donnell et al!
One 2009 ruling was a little existestial - requiring an Arizona company which leased a space at Legacy Village to continue to operate their lease hold space after they had performed a going out of business sale and closed. In the Judge's defense, the Court has to work with the precedent they have. Sometimes, precedent, and practicality don't jive.
Judge John P. O'Donnell didn't support the County Treasure's (Mr. Jim Rokakis's) position.
While the plans of public officials like Mr. Rokakis are being rebuffed by public officials like Hon. J. O'Donnell, Mr. Rokakis is still collecting a "double dip" salary while at the same time making telephone calls to web site administrators (statement made on personal knowledge) and public employment personell managers (statement made on personal knowledge) - voicing complaints about negative opinions expressed about him.
thank the L for public officials working for US!
(Roldo, please take notice of my input here, thanks, Jeff)
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