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Yeah, I Thought So

By Greg L | 10 June 2012 | Prince William County | 12 Comments

Here’s the proof positive about whether or not Supervisor Maureen Caddigan’s purchase of nameplates on seats at the Hylton Performing Arts Center advertising her position on the Board of Supervisors with taxpayer funds was legally and/or morally justified.  The nameplates have been removed.  Sure seems like a ringing endorsement of her moral judgment, judgment that she was so upset about having questioned by mere taxpayers, doesn’t it?

Now let’s see how she feels about supporting the blatant attempt at political payback being waged against Supervisor Candland, who put an end to this chicanery.

UPDATE: Al Alborn calls on the BOCS to end the petty war or retribution against Supervisor Candland and the people of the Gainesville District, and offers three suggestions on how that should be done. I hope the BOCS is smart enough to take his advice on this one.

UPDATE 2: Virtucon points out that Caddigan is for some strange reason not being asked to reimburse the county for the cost of her taxpayer-funded campaign activities.  The establishment circles the wagons…



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12 Comments

  1. Not Marty said on 10 Jun 2012 at 10:57 pm:
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    Is she the only one?

  2. anon said on 11 Jun 2012 at 6:01 am:
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    The Sheriff is involved…uh oh. Greg, you should have mentioned that. Makes it even better.

    “The Deputy wanted to snap a photo of the engraved nameplates honoring the “Honorable” Maureen Caddigan and the second seat where a presumably deceased family member was honored at taxpayer expense.

    The Deputy then asked the Hylton director if the taxpayer funds were used, or if the seats were paid for with a personal check from Ms. Caddigan.”

    Are the memorial bricks next?

  3. Anonymous said on 11 Jun 2012 at 6:08 am:
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    A lot of other Supervisors wrote checks to Hylton. What did they get (besides lot of free rickets and personal perks only available to big diners)?

  4. I'm Mister Bombastic said on 11 Jun 2012 at 8:48 am:
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    Why should any politician be putting his or her names on bricks, chairs, whatever at taxpayer expense? If they want to do that, then they can pay. Like every other donor. Egads. If they write a personal check, it is probably more appropriate if they put their name and not their office. I’ll give them the “Hon.” at least, if they want to be so very self aggrandizing.

    Otherwise, it just seems bombastic. Self-important. And not particularly charitable. All that stuff people who serve the public should not be.

  5. Hank Reardon said on 11 Jun 2012 at 8:50 am:
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    Check out the links to VPAP on campaign donations from the Hyltons:

    http://www.vpap.org/donors/search?query=hylton&x=15&y=13

    Check out also donations from Malcomb Cook, who is a Hylton person. I’ll link that in the next post to avoid mutliple links in a post.

    Of currently serving supervisors, Nohe, Jenkins, Covington and Caddigan seem to be the largest beneficiaries. Sterwart got a very large donation from Cook.

    Keep in mind that these campaign donations are in addition to dinners, parties, etc., etc., that the supervisors get.

  6. Hank Reardon said on 11 Jun 2012 at 8:53 am:
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    Link to Cook campaign contributions:

    http://www.vpap.org/donors/search?page=2&per_page=50&query=cook&submenus=donors&x=15&y=14

    Note that Malcolm W. Cook uses both a Great Falls and a Woodbridge address for campaign contributions.

  7. From afar said on 11 Jun 2012 at 11:02 am:
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    Caddigan got caught stealing from the taxpayers. You can’t simply return the money to, the bank you robbed in order to avoid prosecution. She stole then lied and then tried to cover it up. Removing the name plates are proof that the taxpayers were robbed and a cover up is in process. What is the process to file a complaint that can start the impeach procedures? She is worst than any of the other supervisors and her actions over the past 10 days prove that. Torches and pitchforks are being readied and it is time to march.

    If Stewart was a true transparent government and wants to keep his Lt Gov race going, he would appoint an independent investigator to conduct a complete review of Caddigan’s actions.

    Caddigan has to go—and criminal charges should be her going away present.

  8. anon said on 11 Jun 2012 at 2:34 pm:
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    Supervisor Wally Covington and his wife are listed as Hylton Center partners on the ?Hylton Performing Arts Center website and brochure which comes with free VIP receptions, tickets to events among other goodies. Was that a personal donation or his tax payer funded donation that caused him to be a partner?

  9. Classic Rock said on 11 Jun 2012 at 4:01 pm:
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    Oh, come on, put down you hanging ropes and tar and feathers. I have heard enough. It’s a little sickening now. I think Maureen had the bricks taken up just to shut you all up. Good for her!! But, you continue to spew your hate for her. It’s not about any “bricks” or taxpayer’s money; it’s not about politics; it’s just about your hate for Maureen as person. Greg feeds it to you and you eat it up. Get a life and stop your childish tantrums. Don’t like it? Then get off your ass and do something better. Run against her if you have the nerve. I just wonder if any of you Maureen haters ever bothered to stop and talk to her about the situation. All you can do is parrot what somebody else said. It’s safer if you hide in this blog and blindly agree with everybody’s opinioned comments. Get a grip. Maureen is here to stay, and if you don’t like it, run against her yourself in the next election. Then we will see how smart you are.

    Have a nice evening you’ll, you hear?

  10. anon said on 11 Jun 2012 at 6:23 pm:
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    Let’s see what the Sheriff’s Department has to say. Or do they just hate her, too?

  11. Loudoun Insider said on 11 Jun 2012 at 7:25 pm:
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    This whole episode is so disgusting. Stewart has clearly sold himself out to the dirtballs taking advantage of this.

    Where’s Ham Sandwich when you need him??? Of course Paul Ebert won’t be doing a thing about this.

  12. T2T said on 12 Jun 2012 at 12:01 pm:
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    As a western Prince William citizen and taxpayer, I’m taking a major offense to these “shenanigans” by those “other” supervisors. This crap is just horrible. It’s already bad enough that most of us on the “West” end of the county are paying significantly higher tax bills (due to larger and newer homes) as opposed to those on the east end. In a sense, the west end is carrying the rest of P.W. county. Now, we have these tools on the east side spending the money all willy-nilly.

    Puhleaze!!!

    Time for a recall election? Anyone?

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