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City Confidential / 03.11.2018

There was no want of talent Thursday as the Scranton School Board selected from a pool of twelve (TWELVE!) candidates vying to fill the seat left vacant by the passing of Carol Oleski.  We're too lazy to type all of the names but the school directors had their work cut out when it came to conducting interviews.  In terms of standards, we know from his comments two weeks ago that Bob Lesh was not looking for another Einstein like Harvard grad Page Gebhardt Cognetti.  In the end, both Paige and BL agreed on Greg Popil for the spot.  Popil previously...

Politics / 28.10.2018

Twelve city residents have submitted letters requesting consideration for the seat left vacant by the death of Carol Oleski earlier this month.  The following individuals have put their names forward: Pedro Luis Anes of Beech Street, Chairman of the Scranton Human Relations Commission Gayle Thorpe Baar of Seymour Avenue Tom Borthwick of North Sumner Avenue, former Vice Chairman of the Scranton Parking Authority. Sarah Cruz of East Market Street Catherine Fox of Philo Street Glynis Johns of Townhouse Boulevard Tom McIntyre of East Mountain Road Kenneth Norton of Rundle Street Michael Oakes of Birch Street Gopal Patel of Quincy Avenue, member of the Scranton Sewer Authority Greg Popil of North Cameron...