Editor Ben Feldheim email@example.com
9:12 am on Friday, January 4, 2013
Thank you for the photos of the former applied composite site. Now that you have shown us the evidence from the photos you have taken credit for Mr. Rabchuk please take yourself down to the St. Charles police and turn yourself in for trespassing. Also it gives the citizens another look at how irresponsible the owners of the property & developer are by not securing this site. If this is the way Lexington Homes treats the community now do you really think they have the best of intentions for the city of St. Charles. They bullied they way in Des Plaines and are trying to do the same here. As far as the TIF goes we are not obligated to hand them over money to ensure their profit. They purchased a site knowing full well there may be issues and forgot the golden rule, Buyer Beware.
Now that we know whose side you align yourself with and whose interest you feel are more valuable, I along with the hundreds of people I have represented at countless City Council meetings will not be giving you our vote Mr. Rabchuk.
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