Dear Budget Director Burke:
Mrs. Baker's office of Finance wanted $226.00 from me for information on how much money the city pays to the local press. That was obscene, another McGlynn sleight of hand to deny transparency while he's off cutting ribbons and taking $2,500.00 from Comcast - one of the worst companies in America according to statistics - for a golf tournament.
Now, Flop Flip to April 21, 2015, and Camuso changes his tune, as he's done so many times. Now Camuso is against it after he was for it, channeling Mitt Romney in the most embarrassing of ways.
Do you think Adam Knight deserves that extreme paycheck for serving himself and not the public?
Where's the evidence, the proof?
Actions speak louder than words and your press release is so self-absorbed that it makes a huge statement: this is about Stephanie Burke looking for higher office.
Well, how did that work out for Erin DiBenedetto when she considered her run for state rep a "beauty pageant" and that because McGlynn was in her corner she was entitled to the seat.
Who, Mrs. Burke, has done more work for this city? Joe Viglione or Erin DiBenedetto. That's a rhetorical question.
It was THIS CITIZEN who videotaped the Mayor's uncle and got the confession that Deval Patrick appointed McGlynn's own uncle to the board of Medford Housing.
It was THIS CITIZEN who went to Deval Patrick to remove Uncle Gene McGillicuddy, which the Governor did.
It was THIS CITIZEN who did the work for the people of Medford, though Mark Rumley jumped up at that Housing Authority meeting where Mark had no right and no authority and this journalist had to say to the Solicitor "YOU! Sit down." And the Solicitor did.
City Hall, caught with its pants down and pushed around and bullied by Frank Pilleri.
And you want to be Mayor when a citizen does more for the residents than people paid handsome sums of money to do "public service," public employees who are too busy serving themselves.
Did Stephanie Burke achieve the removal of Pilleri, or did Joe Viglione open the door.
I like you, Stephanie, and want to see you do the right thing if you truly want to be my "partner in progress."
Stephanie M. Burke”