Street Patrol Update 12.24.12
Street (Source alleges Indiana Gaming Commission is investigating Hammond money from Casino spent on dumpsters)
First Red Flag
Councilman Opinker spent almost $32,000 on dumpsters for the 5th District, Oh, and the dumpsters were placed in the 5th District. One week before the November 2011 General Election in Hammond, Indiana. Source alleges Opinker had banners with his name place over the dumpsters.
Note (Source further alleges)
The banners were yellow and black like Opinker's political signs for the Councilman in the 5th District. Paid for banners with money from the Casino.
Al Salinas II spent that on dumpsters in the 2nd District. Where and when were these dumpters "rolled out" to Private Business.
What Street want for Christmas?
Can Dedelow at "WJOB" ask Mayor MCDermott Jr. if the Indiana Gaming Commission is investigating Hammond?
Dedelow usually lobs softball questions to Mayor Tom McDermott on his Friday morning show on WJOB 1230AM. Can you ask Mayor MC Dermott Jr. if the Indiana Gaming Commission is investigating the City of Hammond? (pertaining to dumpster and thousands of dollars spent on them in 2011). Councilman Salinas II and Opinker
"White Dude" called up Dedelow at WJOB's morning show and called him a hypocrite for asking sponsors to advertise on his radio station. But yet tells Cal City guy to tell his friends about WJOB in Hammond. (woo-woo-woo). "We're using word of mouth." Dedelow tells "The Cal City caller. Here you have a "everyday cat" just discovered WJOB 1230AM. Suggest that WJOB advertise with some "billboard" and on cable to get the word out about your radio station. White dude from WJOB had a epiphany. Actually admitted that he was a "hypocrite". Maybe he needed to reconsider having billboards to promote the radio station.
Now if we could get "White Dude from WJOB 1230AM to ask Mr. Tom McDermott Jr. a tough question.