Plan to pay off Harrisburg debt relies on funding from American Rescue Plan Act
Harrisburg, Pa – The use of pandemic relief funds is being disputed in Harrisburg where city council supports paying off city debt, and current Mayor […]
Harrisburg Mayor uses BLM platform to attack critics, broadcasts lies about private citizens
Mayor Eric Papenfuse of Harrisburg was interviewed by racial activists on a fringe podcast called ‘Shoobin It Real’ in the city on Sunday afternoon. Papenfuse used their social media platform to attack his critics, and to broadcast lies about private citizens in what appeared to be a collaborative effort that was partially scripted and rehearsed.
WATCH: Mayor Papenfuse blasted in live interview for using black voters, awarding contracts to Republican donors
According to Shoob, people are saying that Eric Papenfuse doesn’t serve black neighborhoods in Harrisburg, and they are calling him the mayor of Midtown, or the mayor of 3rd Street where he owns many commercial properties. Shoob blasted Papenfuse for using Karl Singleton as his token black friend to gain votes. He said Papenfuse has been exposed for awarding city contracts to his campaign donors, many of whom are Republican.
George Scott’s former campaign manager busted for child pornography, Cole Goodman’s campaign partner
Eugene Depasquale, Rogette Harris, Cole Goodman, and other popular Dauphin County Democrats campaigned with Koplinski despite the concerns expressed by citizens regarding his suspected criminal activity.
Mayor Papenfuse condemns Cole Goodman, Dauphin Co. Democrats for association to child predator Brad Koplinski
This week during an interview broadcast by The Cidré Room, Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse spoke out regarding Koplinsk’s association with Cole Goodman, George Scott, and the Dauphin County Democrat Committee.
Mayor Reed, College Bound Harrisburg Students, and Federal Tax Incentive Program
“HU and SCI Tech High were initiated in the mayor’s office at the same time and ran parallel development tracks. I thought then and still believe that these projects will, long term, be the most significant economic development projects undertaken in the modern era, amongst literally several thousand projects.” – Stephen Reed