Sunday, October 11, 2020

Lake County Sues Over LED Lights


Curtain Call

Street (People around here)
     
        They're not from Whiting, Gary, East Chicago, Hammond, or Munster... They're from Missouri, and you gotta show them something tangible, you feel me?
 

    
    "The turn around time on this one made my "orejas", ears perk-up like a good k-9."


    Filed a public records request for minutes from Lake County Board of Commissioner and DOJ meeting toward the end of 2019. Source better than a government check assured me that DOJ exiting their oversight of Lake County Jail... They wanted to find out if LED lights for jail were shatterproof snd tamper proof. A source further states they weren't. Anyway, it's been over a month, and lawyers for the Lake County Commissioner haven't sent me a rejection notice. Luke (Skywalker) Britt, public access counselor from Indianapolis, assured me, Street, was entitled to minutes.

"Wheel feel  off the Cadillac when Mike Repay promise of cutting Ryan Rettig a check didn't materialize."

Cy Huerter Text:

"Thanks, Streetwise, you knew I'd be famous someday."
(Can't make this stuff up)

     Ryan Rettig, Cy Huerter and Mike Repay had a closed door meeting where money was the topic of discussion. Repay promised to cut Rettig a check in 2 weeks. On the strength of this meeting Cy Huerter agreed to put up his house for collateral to secure a loan from a California company to borrow Rettig money for 2 weeks. But when this money wasn't  forthcoming. You had the California company sweating Huerter for their money. To "Keep the dog off him." Huerter filed Chapter 13. And now "3 Letter Boyz" knocking on the door!!!

 

Lake County Government Center

This Might Not Be Sexy Enough for You

Street

      This source who never gave me :"jack"  of all a sudden save me a tip... Street had a "cup of joe" with this source, and this guy "broke it it down like shotgun". Deal was Street doesn't use his name.
 
      L.T.N. Technology allegedly purchased $450,000 worth of LED lights to upgrade the lighting in county and juvenile courts. Lake County Board of Commissioners approved the purchase with a firm from China. What happened to American First? Only problem is this upgrade has turned into a fiasco. Snoring in the background is The Times and The Post.