Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
Posted by neverleft on 2018/5/24 19:14:58
..........This is a problem that Fulop, he did not reach out to the community when he did the demolition nor closed Newark Avenue for the mall. Fulop has abused the executive privilege. The Faulkner Act is limited as to his executive privilege. Only the city council can create laws that affect the public such as closing streets, unless there is an emergency or stop demolition. Fulop withdrew his executive privilege when it came before Judge Bariso so the case was dropped. I am sure the judge would have ruled his executive privilege as not valid. Fulop is wrong for not reaching out and making a decision with community input..
Gee wasn't the creation of the Newark Avenue Plaza a long drawn out process with a trial period of 3 months and then community meetings to gather input if it should be made permanent?
I think so....http://www.cityofjerseycity.com/commu ... portation/pedestrianmall/
(down load) Research and Findings
8/19/2014 JJ: “Creating the plaza – which is on a nearly three-month test run – met with some resistance from at least one business owner and a member of the City Council, but it won rave reviews from pedestrians and cyclists hanging out there today
PS – guess who the member of the City Council was…lol
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