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2010 Wish Lists
December 29, 2009 - Joe Gorman
Last week I relived some of my top memories -- or at least memories I wanted to relive. Today, I thought I'd look ahead to 2010 and do some forecasting: what are some good wishes for the new year?
-- For the Internal Affairs Division at the Warren Police Department: A year out of the headlines.
-- For the City of Warren: Some way, any way, to get more cops on the street.
-- For Youngstown and Warren: A way to make a significant dent in the vacant housing problem in both cities.
-- For Jim Traficant: A sense of shame (ditto for the businessman who made interest free ``loans' with no payment schedules to former Trumbull County Commissioner James Tsagaris and former Mahoning County Common Pleas Court Judge Maureen Cronin)
-- For the Mahoning Valley: For V&M to decide to locate their expansion here.
-- For YSU football fans: patience for first year coach Eric Wolford.
-- For the Browns: A cover corner. A big play maker at safety. Help on the right side of the offensive line. A dominating defensive lineman. A big play wide receiver (I could go on but I don't where to stop).
-- For Youngstown police: A continuing downward trend in the city's homicide rate. They are set to have less than 2008 and there have been only two murders this year since October.
-- For the city of Warren: A light at the end of the financial tunnel.
For everyone else: breakthroughs in 2010.
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