Talk:Joseph A. Hardy III

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Early Life[edit]

The phrase "...taught him the value of hard work," is not encyclopedic. Facts in the article not compliments please.

Discussion[edit]

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That is determinative. Unless and until that material is fully sourced and written from a neutral point of view, without pejorative adjectives, it does not belong in the article. I will remove it (if it is still there). Kablammo (talk) 17:06, 7 December 2007 (UTC)

Those same considerations apply to laudatory statements. Articles should be written in an encylopedic fashion. Most adjectives are not necessary-- let the facts speak for themselves, and let others (reliable third-party sources-- not blogs; not partisan sources) establish the points. Kablammo (talk) 17:12, 7 December 2007 (UTC)

Controversial material about living persons that is unsourced and thus removed[edit]

I'd love to see this as well-sourced of the guy, but until it's written better it is just a hit piece. Thus, I removed the following text from the article:

However the Nemicoln Woodlands Resort was not all the lavishness it was on the top as it was underneath. The resort recently lost its contract with the PGA and ended the 84 Lumber Classic due to shroud disrespect to the PGA committee and several apprehensive compliances with the associations' terms to managing tournament. The resort lost many of employees in the last five years due to majoring health insurance cut-backs and illegitimate health contracts that said employees never found out about until it was too late. The resort has also been accused of several unfair laboring practices and civil infraction that were later exonerated since said infractions were upon employees that bear no citizenship and many with illegal records or none at all. The shooting range was recently built in 2004 over six miles off resort main property after Hardy was elected County Commissioner. The distance of the shooting range was necessary so that the loud noises of the firings would not agitate resort guests or programs. Said speculation, arrising in many newspapers outside the Uniontown area, made accusations, with specific personal accounts, that Hardy, who built the range in a residential area never zoned for such, had some foul play with the township's supervisor while the residents' protest was given a "turned back" to as they now live with a major professional gun range one block away. Currently the resort has been involved with "PHEAA Fiasco." The Pennsylvania Higher Education Association recently lost their law suit disclosing their budget records to investigation news companies, specifically WTAE Pittsburgh. Now with publicized disclosure out, the budget yielded a shocking $135,637 spent in public funds at Nemicoln. The public funds have spewed all of the nation in such resort like Nemicoln, however Nemicoln is the leading beneficiary among companies receiving illegal funds from PHEAA, especially with a cigar tab running over $600. Money is now hemorrhaging all over Nemicoln grounds as new attractions spring up all over, each more dubious then the next. Such sites include lion and zebra exhibits and a said $1 million dollar gymnastic emporium. Hardy has made statements to "die broke" but accordingly these new uprising exhibits, including the revitalization of Uniontown, should have left the defunct business tycoon broke a long time ago. With regards to Hardy's history and bad tax and labor track records with 84 Lumber and Nemicoln in the past two decades, the state and federal investigators have been looking at the expelling income and Big Stick Diplomacy of the Fayette County Commissioner’s Office with a raised eyebrow. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 128.237.232.141 (talk) 03:16, 21 October 2008 (UTC)

Yeahm it would be nice to see a lot of that sourced, but most of it would probably belong in an article about Nemacoln. 66.251.234.26 (talk) 23:03, 2 August 2009 (UTC)

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