Brent Batten: Hiller seeks grant info again, and again

BRENT BATTEN

Georgia Hiller is nothing if not persistent.

With her fellow Collier County commissioners, the Federal Aviation Administration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture all on board with a plan to lease space at a manufacturing facility at the Immokalee Airport to entrepreneur Pete Salazar, Hiller continues to question the propriety of the deal.

Since June 12, when the County Commission approved 4-1 interior improvements to the building Salazar will lease, Hiller has bombarded the airport manager and other county staff members with dozens of public records requests about the arrangement.

In part, the requests seek financial information about Salazar's firm as Hiller questions whether Salazar qualifies for the federal small business program under which he will occupy a 20,000-square-foot building built with a combination of federal and local funds.

Her requests also seek building plans, such as the electrical schematics, and a set of documents Airport Director Chris Curry is reluctant to copy and distribute, since they pertain to airport security.

In June, county commissioners approved spending almost $300,000 in local and federal funds to finish the interior of a manufacturing facility built in an attempt to bring jobs to Immokalee.

Salazar has agreed to put an additional $200,000 of his own money into improvements specific to his business, such as reinforced flooring and overhead storage.

When it's done, Salazar plans to move his 14-employee operation from Hendry county back to Immokalee, where he started out building packing and harvesting equipment before outgrowing his space. He has agreed to a 10-year lease at $140,000 a year for the Immokalee plant.

Hiller was the lone vote against spending the money for the interior improvements.

Among her concerns, Salazar's company made too much money to qualify for the USDA grant that helped pay for the building; he may or may not have the wherewithal to pay his lease year after year and he may or may not move his employees back to Immokalee.

"Salazar got the county to, in effect, finance the cost of his 20,000-square-foot, $1.5 million building which he could not financially qualify to build himself. He also avoided the interest he would have had to pay on the mortgage," Hiller said when asked about her June 12 vote. "We don't need a Solyndra rerun in Collier County."

Curry, who has butted heads with Hiller since October, when he made an issue of her riding on restricted Immokalee Airport grounds in a vehicle unfamiliar to airport staff, sees Hiller's continued questioning of the Salazar project as an attempt to thwart progress at the airport. "She has been on the warpath trying to figure out reasons to prevent him from moving in," he said.

He acknowledges Hiller's right to request information but says she's been making duplicative requests to him, the county manager and the county attorney, taking up staff time. He estimates he has received more than 20 records requests on the matter, not counting additional requests made to other county employees.

At one point, the county attorney's office assigned a paralegal to go to the airport to collect all the documents Hiller is seeking.

The project has received multiple approvals from the FAA and USDA, Curry said.

Among the most recent, on July 11, Ada Rivera, a rural development specialist with the USDA, confirmed that Salazar's annual revenue falls below the $1 million limit imposed on grant qualifiers, a point Hiller has repeatedly inquired about. "The gross revenues were in excess of $1 million, however, costs of goods sold are deducted from it, which would bring the revenues significantly below the $1 million," Rivera wrote.

Hiller declined to elaborate on her continuing concerns over a project that appears to have gained all the necessary approvals. "This matter is under investigation and upon conclusion will be released to the appropriate authorities, not the newspaper," she wrote when asked to expand on her inquiries.

She may be referring to an audit of the grant being done by the office of Clerk of Courts Dwight Brock.

Curry says he's unaware of any other investigation.

"If it's not the USDA and it's not the FAA, I have no idea who it could be," he said.

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wonderful (Inactive) writes:

Anything to help, eh?

GA next in two years once we get rid of the current three.

Are there just any basic people out there, eh?

WOW!

cowboy54321 writes:

Can anybody tell me why Hiller would want electrical schematics for a building? Is she now an electrical engineer. Lol

Sick writes:

in response to wonderful:

Anything to help, eh?

GA next in two years once we get rid of the current three.

Are there just any basic people out there, eh?

WOW!

Why did you use your real name as a username here?

That is odd. Have not seen to many people do that.

You are brave to make a comment like that using your real name.

ericTHEmidget writes:

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savethewhalz writes:

"Georgia Hiller is nothing if not persistent." That opening statement is pretty freaking vile. I'm not her fan either though the duty of NDN trashing local politicians is usually delegated to bloggers, not columnists. She is nothing?

Sick writes:

This broad needs to stop wasting my tax dollars and get something productive done.

What about the children and poor?

She would rather run around in rural secluded areas with some guy running against coletta just because he put her in her place.

God knows what those 2 did on that airport day trip when they were alone in the middle of the sticks.

Not to mention she did have what "7" different last names? Maybe she is going for 8?

ChangingWorld writes:

in response to savethewhalz:

"Georgia Hiller is nothing if not persistent." That opening statement is pretty freaking vile. I'm not her fan either though the duty of NDN trashing local politicians is usually delegated to bloggers, not columnists. She is nothing?

Brent just writes like that about Hiller to get a reaction and have writing material. It makes me sad that he is so bad at what he does.
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endtimes writes:

Remember Hiller was absolutey correct regarding jaskson lab!!!
Salazar and Curry are lap dogs for Coletta, were so s----- we let Coletta spend 1.5 million tax dollars for salazar to transfer 14 Jobs
I have more employees than salazar, I think alot of us would like 1.5 million to keep are companies afloat :(
Tell us where to sign up

Sick writes:

in response to endtimes:

Remember Hiller was absolutey correct regarding jaskson lab!!!
Salazar and Curry are lap dogs for Coletta, were so s----- we let Coletta spend 1.5 million tax dollars for salazar to transfer 14 Jobs
I have more employees than salazar, I think alot of us would like 1.5 million to keep are companies afloat :(
Tell us where to sign up

Yeah the difference is that your employees are picked up at 7-11 every morning and are never the same ones. Not to mention you only pay them 6.00 an hour.

You must speak spanish for sure then.

endtimes writes:

your just upset because left you at the store

TheyPavedParadise2 writes:

Its her job to question this stuff. She seems to be the only one who can read and understand the documents. The others have rubber stamped all of the bad deals for years. Will Salazar ever pay his share of the improvements? Will he ever move his business back to Immokalee? Thats allright of he never pays anything. Fiala says he has a nice smile. I will never understand why the 3 stooges never do it right.

John_Galt writes:

Hiller is the only one standing up to the Crony Capitalism. Let's just be clear - another word for it is Fascism.

cowboy54321 writes:

in response to endtimes:

Remember Hiller was absolutey correct regarding jaskson lab!!!
Salazar and Curry are lap dogs for Coletta, were so s----- we let Coletta spend 1.5 million tax dollars for salazar to transfer 14 Jobs
I have more employees than salazar, I think alot of us would like 1.5 million to keep are companies afloat :(
Tell us where to sign up

I had the pleasure of hearing Mr. Curry speak at the Naples rotary club. He is a highly decorated veteran of the Air Force. This guy is the same person you would cheer for during wartime and accused of being a lapdog during peacetime. I would accept him as being credible any day before a politician like Hiller

Sick writes:

I bet he would stick it to her if he had the chance.

He probably can hear her saying eh, eh, eh, eH, eH, EH, EH, Eh, yEaH, Yeah, YEAH, Oh Yeah, in his daydreams.

wentfishn writes:

Im for Hiller, love the fresh air instead of the old boy corruption!

Sick writes:

She has that Sarah Palin look to her. I think I would ask her out if she was younger.

I kind of like the attitude she displays. Could make for some evening fun.

endtimes writes:

in response to cowboy54321:

I had the pleasure of hearing Mr. Curry speak at the Naples rotary club. He is a highly decorated veteran of the Air Force. This guy is the same person you would cheer for during wartime and accused of being a lapdog during peacetime. I would accept him as being credible any day before a politician like Hiller

I would not cheer for curry anytime what he has done to only tenants at the airport should be criminal.
Steve Flecher has flown out of Immokalee for over 30 years never having a problem until curry takes over, curry reports Steve to the FAA for a perceived violation, FAA clears Steve if curry was credible as you say he would do the right thing and leave the tenants alone

Sick writes:

in response to endtimes:

I would not cheer for curry anytime what he has done to only tenants at the airport should be criminal.
Steve Flecher has flown out of Immokalee for over 30 years never having a problem until curry takes over, curry reports Steve to the FAA for a perceived violation, FAA clears Steve if curry was credible as you say he would do the right thing and leave the tenants alone

So he had the inside scoop when they used to run huge amounts of drugs through there.

I bet he has some stories from the late 70's into the 80's.

light writes:

Let Hiller do her job. You voted her in. If you do't like the way see works then vote for a better man next time.

TheyPavedParadise2 writes:

in response to cowboy54321:

I had the pleasure of hearing Mr. Curry speak at the Naples rotary club. He is a highly decorated veteran of the Air Force. This guy is the same person you would cheer for during wartime and accused of being a lapdog during peacetime. I would accept him as being credible any day before a politician like Hiller

You see the poor decision making of the board. The recommendation to hire this man should have been met with skepticism. In the Chicago Post Tribune, the director that followed Curry was praised. Airport Board President Nate Williams praised Landry, commending him for moving the Gary airport from “the middle of nowhere to somewhere.”
More....
Curry was selected as airport director in summer 2006 at an annual salary of $122,000 to replace outgoing director Paul Karas.

Curry’s reign over the airport and relationship with the board has been contentious at times.

“It’s been difficult. To say that it hasn’t would be an understatement but it has been difficult because to operate under the political climate that involved the city of Chicago, Northwest Indiana and Indianapolis, who all have a different philosophy,” Curry said. “Indianapolis isn’t like Chicago and Northwest Indiana is somewhere in between, but the thing they all have in common is the Gary airport.”

His resume:
Curry, 42, was born in South Carolina and grew up in Savannah, Ga. In 1981,
he graduated from Jenkins High School. He soon joined the U.S. Air Force and
was sent to Guam, even though at the time, he had no idea where it was.

His Air Force career sent him all over the world, to South Korea, Tampa,
Germany and finally, the United Kingdom.

Curry worked as director of airfield management and air-traffic control at
Royal Air Force Mildenhall, a U.S. Air Force base in England.

He said that the majority of air traffic controlled by military bases tend
to be commercial flights using their air space. Curry was working in a
control tower in Fairford, England, controlling commercial and military
traffic, when terrorists struck New York City on Sept. 11, 2001.

After President Bush ordered all commercial flights grounded, the United
Kingdom followed suit. Curry, who also had oversight of six other bases in
Europe, had to account for all U.S. flights in Europe.

Curry retired from the Air Force in 2002 with the rank of master sergeant.

By the time he left, he had received a bachelor's degree from Embry Riddle
Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla. Curry is not a licensed
pilot, but has flown in simulations.

TheyPavedParadise2 writes:

But no business background.

tru213 writes:

Commissioner Hiller ought to be commended for doing in depth research into matters that are questionable.

All Collier County government officials should be as conscientious as she is.

It would be of great service to the public if NDN staff would also do some serious research and real investigative work before writing and publishing.

unfatcat writes:

Hiller is the only keeper in this crowd of Commissioners. She has proven over and over again to be looking out for the public's best interests.

beetlejuice writes:

Georgia Hiller is nothing if not persistent.
Batten is nothing if not a man
is nothing if not a walking opinion
is nothing if not a jerk?
Dunno could be me?

angrytxpyr writes:

Yes an Brent(cut & paste)Batten doesn't realize his opinion is nothing but irrelevant.

At least Ms Batten can just Cut & Paste paragraphs from his and other writers worthless articles on the matter ad get a couple readers to bite.

Bottom line is Ms Hiller appears to have a reason to be looking into this matter so other than Ms Curry's claim that "airport security" is at risk if he turns over her requested documents what other reason would he have to stone wall her and the Clerk of Courts in their efforts to give the project a solid green light or find and correct issues that may pop up in the future.

Don't forget our fine CC BOCC gave the OK to Jackson Rat Farms, Paradise advertising donations to Fred,s pet project and campaign promotion,private beach renourishment on Marco Island and that disaster of a house rebuild project that the Clerk of Courts found nearly $100,000 worth of fraudulent payments to one contractor for work not done on three homes. He found that after leaving work early one day and driving by the homes in question.

Where there is smoke there is fire or as with Collier County politics where there's stench there are RATS

BillyBob1 writes:

I am glad at least someone on the BOCC is asking questions and trying to make an informed decision. They must have forgotten to issue her the rubber stamp when she joined the BOCC. She is asking for public records, what is the problem? Just give them to her already and let her do the job she is paid to do. I want someone looking out for my tax dollars and not just bending us over for special interest.

HILLBILLY writes:

AIRPORT IS FOR AIRPORT RELATED BUSINESSES.STEEL MANUFACTURING IS NOT AIRPORT RELATED..HE ALREADY HAS ONE IF NOT 2 BUILDINGS LEASED AT THE AIRPORT FROM THE COUNTY..WHY WAS THE BUILDING PERMITTED WITHOUT ELECTRICAL OR PLUMBING...NO ONE ELSE CAN DO THIS....WHY HAS CURRY NOT UTILIZED THE AIRPORT DOUBLE WIDE FOR SECURITY BY LAW ENFORCEMENT AS IT WAS DESIGNATED..GET RID OF COLLETTA AND CURRY AND THE AIRPORT WILL BE MUCH BETTER. GO GEORGIA..KEEP ASKING QUESTIONS AND THANKS..HOW MANY STEEL MANUFACTURERS AT THE MARCO AND NAPLES AIRPORTS??????????????

Porkchopper writes:

Who is Salazar's silent partner?

Sunnyandwarm writes:

To those of you that sing Georgia’s praises I have to ask - Where have you "bean?" Watchdog my %$# ! Georgia is nothing more than a soap box obstructionist. This is the problem with the entire government in this country. Instead of being a lapdog for Dwight “Golly I got ya” Brock and working with folks she is hell bent on grinding any progress to a halt. When she doesn't get her way she persistently gets those nitwit friends of hers to continuously file FOI requests and appeals to state and federal agencies to delay approved projects "the people" want to occur like the Vanderbilt bathrooms. All these actions do is cost us more money when the county fights these frivolous attempts to stop progress. Oh ya and who can forget how she singlehandedly almost drove Arthrex out of Collier County. That would have been “brilliant” - eh?

MisterK writes:

in response to Sick:

She has that Sarah Palin look to her. I think I would ask her out if she was younger.

I kind of like the attitude she displays. Could make for some evening fun.

I enjoy your posts, but this one not so much. She's Commissioner Hiller here and let's leave it at that.

wentfishn writes:

in response to unfatcat:

Hiller is the only keeper in this crowd of Commissioners. She has proven over and over again to be looking out for the public's best interests.

I agree ! Sad how many corrupt or s----- people in our government.

TheLissack writes:

If there is a way to be obstructionist Georgia Eight Names will use it a minimum of eight times.

TheyPavedParadise2 writes:

in response to Sunnyandwarm:

To those of you that sing Georgia’s praises I have to ask - Where have you "bean?" Watchdog my %$# ! Georgia is nothing more than a soap box obstructionist. This is the problem with the entire government in this country. Instead of being a lapdog for Dwight “Golly I got ya” Brock and working with folks she is hell bent on grinding any progress to a halt. When she doesn't get her way she persistently gets those nitwit friends of hers to continuously file FOI requests and appeals to state and federal agencies to delay approved projects "the people" want to occur like the Vanderbilt bathrooms. All these actions do is cost us more money when the county fights these frivolous attempts to stop progress. Oh ya and who can forget how she singlehandedly almost drove Arthrex out of Collier County. That would have been “brilliant” - eh?

Where do you get your information? It would be helpful for you to investigate yourself and not just regurgitate rumors. If what you call progress is cronyism, we understand what you are. Are you sure the "people" want the VB bathrooms? BTW, Arthrex wasn't going anywhere. Oh wait, he got a better deal in Fort Myers where there is less regulation and fees. Armchair quarterbacks taking pot shots are just what we don't need. The 3 stooges have made such a mess, it will take years for a new commission to repair the damage. If you really want to understand, why not go to colliervotes.com and see who is financially supporting Coletta and McDaniels.

BillyBob1 writes:

in response to Sunnyandwarm:

To those of you that sing Georgia’s praises I have to ask - Where have you "bean?" Watchdog my %$# ! Georgia is nothing more than a soap box obstructionist. This is the problem with the entire government in this country. Instead of being a lapdog for Dwight “Golly I got ya” Brock and working with folks she is hell bent on grinding any progress to a halt. When she doesn't get her way she persistently gets those nitwit friends of hers to continuously file FOI requests and appeals to state and federal agencies to delay approved projects "the people" want to occur like the Vanderbilt bathrooms. All these actions do is cost us more money when the county fights these frivolous attempts to stop progress. Oh ya and who can forget how she singlehandedly almost drove Arthrex out of Collier County. That would have been “brilliant” - eh?

Spoken like a true Progressive. Arthrex! Really? What was going to drive Arthrex out was Jackson Labs, period. Fiala Coyle and Colletta wanted to push that turkey down our throats. Arthrex worked with many of us to help stop that Boondoggle. Goergia was just making sure that we didn't trade JL corporate welfare for Arthrex corporate welfare. You probably think Brock should have just paid for all of those home repairs the county was billed for, that never happened. I want these people looking out for my money. They better be sure before they spend it. Speedy decisions are only good for the one trying to run a scam. Due dilligence is worth the wait.

BillyBob1 writes:

in response to Sunnyandwarm:

To those of you that sing Georgia’s praises I have to ask - Where have you "bean?" Watchdog my %$# ! Georgia is nothing more than a soap box obstructionist. This is the problem with the entire government in this country. Instead of being a lapdog for Dwight “Golly I got ya” Brock and working with folks she is hell bent on grinding any progress to a halt. When she doesn't get her way she persistently gets those nitwit friends of hers to continuously file FOI requests and appeals to state and federal agencies to delay approved projects "the people" want to occur like the Vanderbilt bathrooms. All these actions do is cost us more money when the county fights these frivolous attempts to stop progress. Oh ya and who can forget how she singlehandedly almost drove Arthrex out of Collier County. That would have been “brilliant” - eh?

The Vanderbuilt bathrooms? We needed a couple of more stalls there. What we are getting is a 3 story 1,500,000.00 outhouse. One that by the way will hurt local small businesses. They are now going to have to compete with the government for sales to beach goers. So yes Iam glad she is doing what the real "people" want. We need a bathroom, just build that. The entire thng could be done for next to nothing. Stop wasting my money.

wentfishn writes:

in response to BillyBob1:

The Vanderbuilt bathrooms? We needed a couple of more stalls there. What we are getting is a 3 story 1,500,000.00 outhouse. One that by the way will hurt local small businesses. They are now going to have to compete with the government for sales to beach goers. So yes Iam glad she is doing what the real "people" want. We need a bathroom, just build that. The entire thng could be done for next to nothing. Stop wasting my money.

Well some govt person has a "goombah" in the construction bussiness that needed some work!Grease! and not the movie!

enquiringminds writes:

When are people going to get it right. Commissioner Hiller is a Commissioner and a member of the Airport Authority Board. She has every right to ask questions about the airport, the airport property and of the people that work their. If Chris Curry's files were current and organized he wouldn't need to take so long when HIS BOSS or HIS BOSSES BOSS askes for paperwork.

Unless you are the type of boss that doesn't ask questions when something isn't right. Like the Immokalee CRA.. Oh Penny, we haven't forgotten the building that you wanted and have a grant for out at the Immokalee Airport.. where is that? What ever happened to that building? When you receive a federal grant and aren't able to get asked and answer questions regarding the grant specifications without whinning like a baby (she wants too much, she won't stop picking on me) then you sir (Chris Curry) shouldn't be the one at the helm.

What in the world does Chris Curry know about "Airport Security" at the Immokalee Airport. When everybody and their uncle has the dang gate code to get into the airport for the drag racing!!

Does he get to be a highly decorated veteran when he wasn't even in a war? Let me see Guam, South Korea, Tampa, Germany and The United Kingdom.. Oh, I remember those wars.. Please, he should be ashamed to even call himself a veteran. The TRUE HEROS are the veterans that truely served this Country and have true battle scares, not just a decoration.

Ask about this Salazar person. How did a company from Hendry County get a grant from Collier County for the Immokalee Airport when he didn't even have his business there? Something smells here!!

I say Commissioner Hiller keep on asking these boneheads questions. Only people with something to hide don't like questions asked.

Sick writes:

in response to MisterK:

I enjoy your posts, but this one not so much. She's Commissioner Hiller here and let's leave it at that.

Thank you, That has got to be the nicest thing anyone has ever said to me here.

I think you just cured mt depression issues.

Just kidding. Thanks.

beekeeper writes:

Lissack, are you the same Lissack with a Fedral Tax Lien in the amount of $130,850.72 recorded in the Collier County Public Records at Official Records Book 4710, Page 2887?
If so, as a taxpayer, please pay it!

beekeeper writes:

I found the following in the public record in Collier County:
F:FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
T:SALAZAR MACHINE & STEEL INC
1/13/2012 RTL 4647435 OR 4755 2238

F:FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
T:SALAZAR MACHINE & STEEL INC
12/13/2011 TL 4636898 OR 4745 2602

F:FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
T:SALAZAR MACHINE & STEEL INC
9/2/2010 RTL 4470977 OR 4601 929

F:FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
T:SALAZAR MACHINE & STEEL INC
4/9/2010 TL 4416025 OR 4555 349

Sick writes:

in response to ChangingWorld:

Brent just writes like that about Hiller to get a reaction and have writing material. It makes me sad that he is so bad at what he does.
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More like "changing usernames".

TheLissack writes:

beekeeper

i am current on my payments to the IRS -- a tax lien is just like a mortgage it records the total owed not the agreed payment schedule

but thanks for asking

Heraclitus writes:

Why not just give her exactly what she asks for... nothing less... and especially nothing more.

I'd be suspicious if I asked for one specific document and got a box of documents.

Sunnyandwarm writes:

in response to BillyBob1:

The Vanderbuilt bathrooms? We needed a couple of more stalls there. What we are getting is a 3 story 1,500,000.00 outhouse. One that by the way will hurt local small businesses. They are now going to have to compete with the government for sales to beach goers. So yes Iam glad she is doing what the real "people" want. We need a bathroom, just build that. The entire thng could be done for next to nothing. Stop wasting my money.

Hurt local businesses?? Last time I checked Cabana Dan was a local businessman and a pretty good one at that....Vanderbilt Beach is way too overcrowed. You're living in the 1940's if you think just a stall or two is going to handle the need at that beach...those bathrooms are outdated and in need of replacement. Of course most of the folks fighting it use their own bathrooms because they live there! Oh and BTW - Dwight doing such a great job watching your money??? Why couldn't they put together a criminal case against those peole that signed off on those projects??? That's what I call theft and somebody should have gone to jail. Again all Dwight wanted to say is I got ya..sensationalism and headlines don't cut it..Go the whole mile. If they're stealing work with the sheriff and send them packing.

mikeschumann writes:

in response to cowboy54321:

Can anybody tell me why Hiller would want electrical schematics for a building? Is she now an electrical engineer. Lol

Why would the building plans be an airport security issue? The building is across the street from the airport.

If these kinds of documents are considered public under the crazy FL Sunshine laws, then anyone who wants to pay for the cost of making copies, etc. should be entitled to them without having to explain what they intend to do with them.

silverback writes:

I think I read these are a matter of public record. Let her have what she is requesting. It is for Collier Counties long term betterment, not short term financial betterment for individual long term commissioners.

BillyBob1 writes:

in response to Sunnyandwarm:

Hurt local businesses?? Last time I checked Cabana Dan was a local businessman and a pretty good one at that....Vanderbilt Beach is way too overcrowed. You're living in the 1940's if you think just a stall or two is going to handle the need at that beach...those bathrooms are outdated and in need of replacement. Of course most of the folks fighting it use their own bathrooms because they live there! Oh and BTW - Dwight doing such a great job watching your money??? Why couldn't they put together a criminal case against those peole that signed off on those projects??? That's what I call theft and somebody should have gone to jail. Again all Dwight wanted to say is I got ya..sensationalism and headlines don't cut it..Go the whole mile. If they're stealing work with the sheriff and send them packing.

Cabana Dan has the County Contract. That is why he is doing so great. So great that they are going to build him a brand new building at the beach. I am so glad that I will be required to pay for it. The business that will hurt are the shops that sell food and drinks near the beach. The concession stand in the Taj-Ma-Toilet will wipe them out.

TheyPavedParadise2 writes:

Sad that they are all upset about the questions a girl is asking. She shouldn't ask that. She should be more like Donna. Go along to get along. Stadium Naples is coming again. You say they can hide it? They won't even try and will say everything is legal.
The little girl is making trouble. Coletta is just upset because he tried to get her over to his side. The little girl is much more intelligent and saw through the scheme.

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