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Gregory Richards
  • 53, Male
  • Beacon NY
  • United States
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Gregory Richards commented on TC's blog post State Police playing Army on Mt Beacon?
"The word at Mr. V's deli is that it was a State Police Training exercise. "
Aug 6, 2014
Gregory Richards commented on James Victores's blog post Hopes for New Council
"TC, Yes this conversation is pointless. You will never open your mind to even hearing let alone thinking or seeing a subject other than your own.  A joke? Please let us meet. I will happily compare what I do each for those who are less…"
Feb 3, 2014
Gregory Richards commented on James Victores's blog post Hopes for New Council
"" how will the disenfranchised and less-fortunate successfully maintain the protections programs like this provides?"  Those who you describe are not the ones who maintain the protection programs "If paying people less will…"
Jan 27, 2014
Gregory Richards commented on James Victores's blog post Hopes for New Council
"So, we raise the minimum wage. By doing so, people will have more money to spend, that is the logic. Where is that extra money going to come from? How do you know they will spend it and on what? Exactly how many people make minimum…"
Jan 22, 2014
Gregory Richards commented on James Victores's blog post Hopes for New Council
"Anna, Why does Walmart and such pay such low wages? Because people want low prices. Why do they have less full time, because they will have to pay more. Do you know what the profit ratio is for that business model?  Never said it was there…"
Jan 21, 2014
Gregory Richards commented on Greg's blog post City Council Discussing Meters on Main Street Again
"I'm against this. I have as most of you know, the Karate school on main street. People come two to three times a week and this would just be another thing to discourage them from joining here and taking their money to another town. We have over…"
Jan 17, 2014
Gregory Richards commented on James Victores's blog post Hopes for New Council
"TC, How does "regressive taxing" redistribute" wealth? Do they take the money form one group and give it to another? no, it is used in many ways, schools, roads, defense, health care etc. What they are saying is that those who have…"
Jan 9, 2014
Gregory Richards commented on James Victores's blog post Hopes for New Council
"TC, Never said it did not exist. What I wrote is that it is not the job of the federal, state or local governments to try to regulate how much people make by transfering money from one group to another. The government does not tell you how much you…"
Jan 8, 2014

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How long have you lived in Beacon?
15 Years
More about me:
I Own the local martial arts school on main street. I'm a 3rd degree Black Belt in Taekwondo, an amatuer Kickboxer and a 1st degree with the Samurai sword!

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At 11:39pm on August 7, 2009, Philomena said…
great, I'll try and drop in tomorrow and get the details ! And yes, all the flower photos are mine from my gardens - sometimes I think the primary purpose of my PC is simply to house all my garden photos :-)
At 7:52pm on August 7, 2009, Philomena said…
I'm REAL interested in this boot camp - should I stop into the location to find out more or call ?
At 10:42am on March 13, 2009, Toni Laich said…
Just want to say to anyone visiting Master Richard's page that Greg has a GREAT program! He doesn't teach martial arts as a sport, but as a discipline that permeates throughout a child's daily life. The program rewards things like good grades and helping out at home as well as regular attendance to classes. Program is also great for adults looking for focus and exercise. Master Richards knows his stuff--and his form is not too bad either.
At 8:36pm on November 24, 2008, Sonia Roy said…
Thanks Greg, I guess I'll see you in about 9 months.
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At 2:36pm on November 23, 2008, Sonia Roy said…
Gregory, you and I may be seeing more of eachother. I have 3 year old son who kicks just about anything now, so I'd like to harness that energy for good instead of evil. Do you teach kids that young?
At 4:38pm on July 22, 2008, Kelly Kingman said…
Thanks for joining, welcome.

Gregory Richards's News Feed

The "Knockout Game" it is a growing trend in our area.

I have heard about this and after the stabbing yesterday by Subway, I'm sure it is bound to happen here.

Just be alert when walking on main street or any where else.

http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/national-international/More-Victims-Fall-Prey-to-Violent-Knockout-Game-232684981.html

Posted on November 20, 2013 at 2:42pm — 3 Comments

Main Street Parking - Time Limit

Recieved this the other day:

 

Dear Business Owner / Proprieter

Please be advised that beginning May 1st 2013 the City of Beacon Police dept will be enforcing the two (2) hour parking ordinance on Main Street on a regular basis. This will be done to ensure that our visitors and patrons have a positive experience while doing business in the City of Beacon.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact my office

 

Douglas…

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Posted on April 11, 2013 at 4:03pm — 5 Comments

Impact of Hudson Baylor

Today I had a rep from Royal carting come in to renew my dumpster agreement which I must have by law in Beacon. In conversation he said a few things I did not know. 1) Trash from beacon does not go to a landfill, it is incenderated. 2) Beacon has seen a 30% increase in recyclables due to the new bins. The reason for the new bins is that all recycle now goes to Hudson Baylor, which does not require seperated recycle. Which the old county plant does.

Posted on February 20, 2013 at 4:09pm — 4 Comments

 
 
 

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