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Mayor cries foul over 'wasteful spending' accusations

LTDC:

The mailing that was sent out that showed false spending charges by Mayor Hill, also was sent out anonymously. It did not include a return address nor did it say who it was from.

So are you saying that the mailing Moore, Bundy, and Townsend sent out was also a violation of Kansas Law?

February 17, 2012 at 1:06 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Letter: Water rate increase too big

The letter that the Recall committee against Mayor Hill mailed out to residents that alleged spending by Mayor Hill, provided false information over 90% of the alleged $10776 was determined to not to have been charged by Mayor Hill, though an open records request with the City of Basehor. To find the truth visit.

http://mayorhill.basehor-recall.com

The Best one of them all is that the recall committee alleged that Mayor Hill spent $3990 on Ingram’s Magazine. However, if we look at the 11/7/2011 visa statement you provide on the recall site for mayor hill we can see on page 6 that the City of Basehor's actual expense was $695 (not made by Mayor Hill). The remaining $3295 was paid for by Valley View Bank ($1000), USD #458($1245), Citizen’s Bank($250), Chamber of Commerce($500), and First State Bank ($300).
The recall committee against Mayor Hill has provided proof on their own website that the information that they have mailed out to residents is false.

February 12, 2012 at 9:42 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Basehor residents raise questions about proposed low-income apartments

The letter that the Recall committee against Mayor Hill mailed out to residents that alleged spending by Mayor Hill, provided false information over 90% of the alleged $10776 was determined to not to have been charged by Mayor Hill, though an open records request with the City of Basehor. To find the truth visit.

http://mayorhill.basehor-recall.com

The Best one of them all is that the recall committee alleged that Mayor Hill spent $3990 on Ingram’s Magazine. However, if we look at the 11/7/2011 visa statement you provide on the recall site for mayor hill we can see on page 6 that the City of Basehor's actual expense was $695 (not made by Mayor Hill). The remaining $3295 was paid for by Valley View Bank ($1000), USD #458($1245), Citizen’s Bank($250), Chamber of Commerce($500), and First State Bank ($300).
The recall committee against Mayor Hill has provided proof on their own website that the information that they have mailed out to residents is false.

February 12, 2012 at 9:42 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Former Basehor administrator Loughry suing city for more than $500,000

The letter that the Recall committee against Mayor Hill mailed out to residents that alleged spending by Mayor Hill, provided false information over 90% of the alleged $10776 was determined to not to have been charged by Mayor Hill, though an open records request with the City of Basehor. To find the truth visit.

http://mayorhill.basehor-recall.com

The Best one of them all is that the recall committee alleged that Mayor Hill spent $3990 on Ingram’s Magazine. However, if we look at the 11/7/2011 visa statement you provide on the recall site for mayor hill we can see on page 6 that the City of Basehor's actual expense was $695 (not made by Mayor Hill). The remaining $3295 was paid for by Valley View Bank ($1000), USD #458($1245), Citizen’s Bank($250), Chamber of Commerce($500), and First State Bank ($300).
The recall committee against Mayor Hill has provided proof on their own website that the information that they have mailed out to residents is false.

February 12, 2012 at 9:42 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Judge denies Basehor mayor's request to put recall election on hold

I have looked at the statements and it appears to me that the bulk of the charges that you speak of are from vendors (Accounts Payable) that provide services to the community of Basehor.

For example
Deffenbaugh Industries ($18,000-$20,000) – Trash Service
Net standard ($2900) – IT Services for City

Please stop trying to manipulate the Basehor Community with all of this misleading information. I am sure that your next post will say that the $20,000 to Deffenbaugh Industries was also charged by Mayor Hill. Must have a lot of boxes to through away from all the stuff you claim he receives from Amazon.

The letter that the Recall committee against Mayor Hill mailed out to residents that alleged spending by Mayor Hill, provided false information over 90% of the alleged $10776 was determined to not to have been charged by Mayor Hill, though an open records request with the City of Basehor. To find the truth visit.

http://mayorhill.basehor-recall.com

The Best one of them all is that the recall committee alleged that Mayor Hill spent $3990 on Ingram’s Magazine. However, if we look at the 11/7/2011 visa statement you provide on the recall site for mayor hill we can see on page 6 that the City of Basehor's actual expense was $695 (not made by Mayor Hill). The remaining $3295 was paid for by Valley View Bank ($1000), USD #458($1245), Citizen’s Bank($250), Chamber of Commerce($500), and First State Bank ($300).
The recall committee against Mayor Hill has provided proof on their own website that the information that they have mailed out to residents is false.

February 12, 2012 at 9:42 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Basehor mayor will be part of Feb. 28 recall election

I have looked at the statements and it appears to me that the bulk of the charges that you speak of are from vendors (Accounts Payable) that provide services to the community of Basehor.

For example
Deffenbaugh Industries ($18,000-$20,000) – Trash Service
Net standard ($2900) – IT Services for City

Please stop trying to manipulate the Basehor Community with all of this misleading information. I am sure that your next post will say that the $20,000 to Deffenbaugh Industries was also charged by Mayor Hill. Must have a lot of boxes to through away from all the stuff you claim he receives from Amazon.

The letter that the Recall committee against Mayor Hill mailed out to residents that alleged spending by Mayor Hill, provided false information over 90% of the alleged $10776 was determined to not to have been charged by Mayor Hill, though an open records request with the City of Basehor. To find the truth visit.

http://mayorhill.basehor-recall.com

The Best one of them all is that the recall committee alleged that Mayor Hill spent $3990 on Ingram’s Magazine. However, if we look at the 11/7/2011 visa statement you provide on the recall site for mayor hill we can see on page 6 that the City of Basehor's actual expense was $695 (not made by Mayor Hill). The remaining $3295 was paid for by Valley View Bank ($1000), USD #458($1245), Citizen’s Bank($250), Chamber of Commerce($500), and First State Bank ($300).
The recall committee against Mayor Hill has provided proof on their own website that the information that they have mailed out to residents is false.

February 12, 2012 at 9:42 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Former Basehor administrator Loughry suing city for more than $500,000

Becky,

The people of Basehor need to know the truth about all of the lies that have been told and still continue to be told. Those lies have now caused the city to be sued for more than $500,000. Haven't we learned anything that about placing comments and false statements online. These types of actions can get people sued. It is very obvious who is sending out false statements about Mayor Hill. Do you think that the Mayor might have grounds for a lawsuit for all of the false and misleading information that has been sent out by (Dennis Mertz, Iris Dysart, Fred Box, Bob Moore, Jim Washington, Elaine Bundy, Marylin Townsend). I believe these false statements and misleading information are a clear case for a defamation of character lawsuit.

If you are wondering what types of statements and comments are grounds to file a defamation of character lawsuit, just go ask Dennis Mertz what false and nonfactual statements he made against Mark Loughry and you will have your case.

Have a nice day

January 28, 2012 at 10:52 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Judge denies Basehor mayor's request to put recall election on hold

Do us all a favor and turn your computer off. We don't have anymore money to spend. 500,000 what is that 25,000 a post.

January 26, 2012 at 6:35 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Judge denies Basehor mayor's request to put recall election on hold

Thanks Dennis. Haven't you learned that posting comments online can get people sued.

January 26, 2012 at 6:32 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Judge denies Basehor mayor's request to put recall election on hold

Came across this link today. Has anyone else seen this email people are talking about. Came across it looking for more information about the recalls

http://www.dysartmertz.net/komaproof/

January 26, 2012 at 6:01 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

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