Tag: George Hartwick III

AG Shapiro endorsed Hartwick’s re-election bid, now investigating his drunken joyride in County vehicle, Steelton bar fight

The intersecting roles of the elected officials has set the stage for a conflict of interest between Shapiro and Hartwick.

Citizens question Commissioner’s use of Dauphin County vehicle night of public intoxication, fight at bar on Feb. 15

The commissioner was allegedly cut-off by bartender “Ruthie” at the St. Lawrence Club, who threatened to call the police on Hartwick following an altercation in the bar on Saturday Feb 15.
By 1:25 a.m. Sunday, the commissioner was intoxicated at the 7-11 store on Derry Street where he was found by police.
Hartwick’s county vehicle was left in the store’s lot for pick up later.

No negative publicity? Local media PennLive, theBurg have financial ties to Mayor Papenfuse

A group of citizens in Allison Hill have raised concerns about the mayor’s financial ties to the owner of theBurg, and his very cozy relationship with Pennlive’s new editor. 

Director of Finance responds to allegations against City of Harrisburg in federal lawsuit

Bruce Weber, Director of Finance & Budget for the City of Harrisburg, quickly dismissed any hint of a looming settlement by the city. “I’d rather have the courts adjudicate. That’s what they are there for. Due process.”

FBI investigating evidence against Harrisburg Mayor in real estate, abuse of power scandal: Federal Lawsuit

An FBI investigation related to corruption of Harrisburg officials has hamstrung the efforts of the city’s legal team to have the lawsuit dismissed.

Trump-hating mayor uses codes enforcement to attack republican voter in Harrisburg, PA: Lawsuit

The city resident at the center of the federal lawsuit who had his life threatened by the senior advisor to Mayor Papenfuse was repeatedly targeted and excessively fined by city codes enforcement for politically motivated reasons, the lawsuit alleges.

Private property rights violated by Harrisburg Bureau of Codes, allegedly directed by Mayor: Federal Lawsuit

Former Codes Official Arden Emerick testified under oath to Magisterial District Justice Margeram that he was specifically directed by the mayor to cite the owner of 333 S. 18th Street for codes violations. This tactic was used in conjunction with the scheme to undervalue real estate in Allison Hill.