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By The Tribune-Review

Published: Thursday, Feb. 18, 2010

To the Editor:

Do you think if you were a friend on Facebook with Fayette County Commissioners Vince Zapostosky and Vince Vicites; Kathy Winkler, one of their assistants; Mark Rafail, zoning board member; Sean Lally, controller; and Jennifer Mosier, zoning office employee, you could get a favorable zoning decision or not be made to comply with the conditions to a special exception and sue the county and get taxpayer-funded insurance money without proving your allegation?

Why are these particular politicians, appointed officials and county employees Facebook friends of Tanya Cellurale?

Being Facebook friends can be innocent and is for some, but isn't it questionable that Cellurale and these individuals are all on each other's Facebook pages?

Were these political connections helpful: Jim Killinger, zoning board hearing chairman and former co-worker of Mike Cellurale; Jim Shaner, former legislator and neighbor; Mary Jane Orazi, aide to Jim Shaner and a Cellurale herself; Dwight Shanger, magistrate who dismissed the Cellurale cases; and Larry Mayros, Dunbar Township supervisor and brother-in-law of Marilyn Cellurale?

Were Commissioners Zapotosky and Vicites motivated to settle the suit filed by the Cellurales against Fayette County•

Diane Kriss

Lemont Furnace

 

 
 


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