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Donald Hecht July 23, 2014 at 12:47 PM
Sorry Jonathan. Notwithstanding your quest for the truth, I owe you no further explanation. Do with Read Morethat as you wish.
jonathan winant July 24, 2014 at 02:17 AM
Donald not withstanding you seem to want to hide in the bushes and make comments which your afraidRead Moret o back-up. The original posting I made was about the TONH purchasing the property and leading the local residents to believe there was to be a prking lot built at that site. The lot would be for employees of local business so on street Parking would be freed up. Whats the Shields held out for or the ridiculous high purchase price is an article you might want to wish writing, unless you have too much to hide.
jonathan winant July 24, 2014 at 02:18 AM
Donald truth was not the issue....I just did not understand what you (with unfounded facts) feelRead Morethe Shields did to Port Washington and the Residents?
sadeto July 22, 2014 at 11:14 PM
The staff cuts at Patch took place after its acquisition in January.
jonathan winant July 23, 2014 at 04:39 AM
The Patch changed their format and many insightful posters bit the dust. Then the site became hardRead Moret o navigate. The link in the e-mails they send out does not work. There are more stories from all over Long Island and eastern Queens I thought the patch was here to cover LOCAL issues which some times never get coverage by other news outlets both in and on line. Its very sad situation. I loved the old Patch. I also sent Editor Adina Genn pictures of some of the hopefully soon to open new restaurants. Those pictures never were published.
sadeto July 23, 2014 at 11:23 AM
I agree the old Patch was 'local' and therefore very useful, but it isn't that Patch any more andRead Moreth at's a deliberate business decision. AOL was bleeding money on the local model, and the investors who bought Patch abandoned that model right away, which meant getting rid of most of the staff.
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