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Police, EMS Ready For Chief Justice Visit

May 16, 2013

A massive police presence, both visible and behind the scenes, is expected Friday for the visit of U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts J....

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May-17-13 8:38 AM

Carlaw, I am impressed, informed, educated, and proud to be a citizen of this great city of Jamesown and beautiful county of Chautauqua.

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May-17-13 7:28 AM

Carlaw sounds likr rukiddingme is well informed and most of us are impressed. Whats your excuse?

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May-17-13 5:56 AM

Well, well rukidding me, I'm so glad you are informed and impressed!

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May-16-13 5:46 PM

Exactly my sentiments RUKIDDINGME. I can't believe those people kiss their loved ones with those lips.

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May-16-13 10:55 AM

I think it is a real neat deal---I'm not going, but I applaud those who are. Yah Jamestown. OK now for all the negative people to respond on this beautiful day.

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May-16-13 8:14 AM

It's not everyday that the Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court comes to town.

Frankly the Jackson Center is too small to handle the amount of people who may want to attend. It should be held at JCC or at the Reg Lenna and every high school student in the county should be required to attend.

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May-16-13 8:12 AM

Carlaw, why would you think that? I think highschool government classes will take advantage of this historical event. Citizens from across Chautauqua and Cat. County will come. Just because you don't see it as a big deal, don't underestimate the number of educated and informed citizens in this, and surrounding areas. It's your attitude, and others' attitudes that frequent this forum, that make Jamestown seem like an ignorant community. On the contrary, many of us appreciate the importance of this, and other historical events that take place in and around this area.

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May-16-13 7:58 AM

Alot of out of towners are coming in for it. People from as far as Buffalo, Cleveland and Pittsburg that I know are driving in to attend. Local businesses using it as VIP invitaion to get big wigs to town.

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May-16-13 7:22 AM

Think again carlaw.

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May-16-13 6:05 AM

There won't be many problems,I don't think there will be that many people there.

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