Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Portune Panhandles DC Politicians


From: Portune, Todd
Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2009 12:25 PM
To: COAST
Subject: Out of Office AutoReply:
Action Alert-Speak Out on Trillion Dollar "Stimulus"

Thank you for your email. I will be traveling to Washington DC Tuesday February 3rd and returning late night Thursday the 5th. While in Washington I will be meeting with key Congressional Leaders and Obama administration Officials about energy legislation and energy related stimulus bill projects.

If you have a specific issue or question demanding immediate attention please contact my aides Lisa Daria and kathy Binns. They can be reached at 946-4401, or 946-4402. Their emails are lisa.daria@hamilton-co.org and kathy.binns@hamilton-co.org.

Thank you,

Todd Portune

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5 comments:

  1. What in the world does Hamilton County have to do with "energy related stimulus bill projects?"

    Is Todd going to get us a new nuke plant? Or a windmill perhaps?

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  2. I was hoping he was going to be lobbying for that $4 million border security center for Lunken!

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  3. No, I think our stadiums are too obsolete.

    The stadiums too old and they're not gouging the public enough for parking and consessions.

    I want to build new ones and tax you for them.

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  4. Energy audits, building efficiencies, etc. Any government entity is a prime energy related target as they operate many buildings. And in case you didn't know building inefficiencies are a major factor in our overall energy consumption. Seems like a pretty reasonable trip/request to me.

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  5. Odd Todd (and Randy too)February 7, 2009 at 2:26 PM

    In addition to raising taxes to replace our obsolete sports stadiums, we should also raise taxes to build a new jail and establish an annual permanent subsidy for The Freedom Center.

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