Because Transparency, Safety & Facts Matter . . .

It seems pretty absurd, right? Millcreek - a city that is certainly not cash-strapped and whose motto is literally "Connected By Nature" - is once again having to fight tooth and nail against its own city leaders to prevent Millcreek from greenlighting a substitute sign code and related proposal that would allow Reagan Outdoor Advertising to build two more large digital billboards at Millcreek's city center (i.e. Millcreek Common) that would bring the number of digital billboards on that one city block to a grand total of three. The city leaders pushing for this now were also vocally pushing for these same two additional signs along with Mayor Silvestrini back in 2021.

These same city leaders insist to this day that there is nothing unseemly about Millcreek entering into a partnership with an outdoor advertising giant (i.e. Reagan) that would allow the outdoor advertising giant to lease out paid (and/or tax deductible) ad space to third-party vendors to be displayed right above a "Millcreek Common" marquee on city-owned property (i.e. Millcreek Common) on a large electronic screen 24/7, 365 day a year for the next 40 years. They insist the arrangement is merely "temporary" and is a logical, sound trade-off for Millcreek residents because the deal would allow them to advertise city-sponsored events on the billboards free-of-charge and also remove 3-5 "permanent" static billboards currently located on private property a private developer may want to develop some day.

These same city leaders insist, try as they might, they have been unable to find any credible evidence that digital billboards pose any more of a safety hazard to those traveling on busy streets by car, motorcyle, bike, stroller, scooter or foot than those outdated static billboards.

These same city leaders insist because the Mayor has disclosed that Reagan contributed to his campaigns, he hasn't represented Reagan for at least a decade and his wife is a Reagan lobbyist and currently represents Reagan the Mayor has meet his conflict of interest disclosure duties. They also insist because he agreed to recuse himself on the issue during the city council debate and vote back in 2021 (after public outcry) and has has agreed to do the same this time around, everything is ethically above-board. It is of apparent little concern to them that the Mayor has been actively practicing law and serving as a Vice President and Director of the same law firm (i.e. Cohne Kinghorn, PC) this is currently represents Reagan and has done so for many years.

To quote Jen, a community comment contributor, we believe "[t]heir explanations and the facts don’t add up. The deal seems fishy because it IS fishy . . ."

We have included some documents and links to government and other records for you to review first hand and decide if you agree.

Here are some recent emails between Millcreek City Manager Mike Winder & Dewey Reagan discussing their October 2023 and January 2024 meetings about the Reagan/Millcreek deal

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