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Re: Several local politicians arrested on corruption charges
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Sorry to mess with the acoustics of this echo chamber but I think more people than you realize are going to be able to see through this political attack.


Political attack? Whatever motivated the timing and nature of the charges is beside the point. Mr. Vega et al. TOOK THE MONEY. No amount of martyrdom can change that fact. Healy was in the room and acknowledged the "mutually beneficial" nature of what was happening - he's admitted it. We shall see what that means, but I wouldn't exactly hold him up as clean here.

Gnome: you may come here to vent. I'll be at the council meeting.


I'll be at the meeting as well.

Posted on: 2009/7/26 9:19
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We went there once and did not really like it. Not to say others wouldn't enjoy it, it just wasn't our type of place (in terms of food). Too bad that its gone though because it seems that many people enjoyed it. I wonder what will go in there next.

Posted on: 2009/7/26 9:05
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Re: Councilman Fulop Press Release July 24
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“I think there is a culture in the state which, if it does not promote corruption, certainly tolerates it,” said Bob Ingle, a veteran reporter and co-author of The Sopranos State , a book that chronicles New Jersey's seamy political past. “In Indiana, if you hold two public jobs it's a felony. In New Jersey if you hold two public jobs, you're a slacker.”

Media has also been an issue. New Jersey lacks its own network television affiliate, and relies instead on broadcasters from nearby Philadelphia and New York, neither of which spend much time covering the state's political scene. Local newspapers, meanwhile, have made considerable cutbacks and lack the resources to hold politicians accountable.

“One of the more valuable checks on government officials really has very little ability now to provide any kind of investigative work,” said Brigid Harrison, a professor of political science at New Jersey's Montclair State University.

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Jersey Journal had to know this was happening and probably provided the propaganda articles necessary to perpetuate these horrific alleged crimes.

Posted on: 2009/7/26 8:32
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U.S.A. v. L. Harvey Smith and Richard Greene (Smith's aid)
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Re: Several local politicians arrested on corruption charges
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Back in May Mayor Healy was elected on the first ballot by a solid majority of the people that cared enough about Jersey City's future to actually vote. Unlike his two strongest competitors he hasn't been accused/indicted for any wrong doing.

Sorry to mess with the acoustics of this echo chamber but I think more people than you realize are going to be able to see through this political attack.


Accused yes, indicted not yet. Not looking so good for your boy though. The acoustics of the chorus is loud and clear here and your "political attack" pity party isn't going to change a thing.

Posted on: 2009/7/26 8:17
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Re: Several local politicians arrested on corruption charges
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Defendant HARVEY SMITH confirmed that what the CW needed the property "clean" for housing and schools. The CW agreed with defendant HARVEY SMITH and said that the development the CW proposed sought "the most restricted use," unlike commercial development. The CW said that the CW would not "build on a CEA property, I want NFA [referring to a No Further Action Letter]."

Harvey takes a stand (More adequete - Takes a Fall)

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Jersey City mayoral candidate Harvey Smith stands across the street from the PPG Industries chromium-tainted 16-acre site along Garfield Avenue. Smith and about 50 community members and activists showed up outside the site Saturday afternoon to protest for 'environment justice' claiming PPG industries proposed cleanup plans are not enough, March 28, 2009. -- CONNER JAY / THE JERSEY JOURNAL

Posted on: 2009/7/26 8:14
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Healy on corruption charges
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When Healy shot down Councilman Fulop's very modest pay-to-play and one city job - one salary proposals, it was beyond apparent that he is part of a cabal of corrupt Jersey City politicians.

It will only be a matter of time when his indicted Deputy Mayor and other "Team Healy" members, which there are plenty of, rat him out to seek lighter sentences. Even if that does not occur, then the door has been left wide open for the State, Feds and IRS to investigate his administration and other Hudson County dealings. In other words, there's plenty of low hanging fruit that is ripe for picking.

Posted on: 2009/7/26 8:12
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Re: Several local politicians arrested on corruption charges
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Thanks for your support and good looking out troop.

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On or about May 6, 2009, JC Official 1, the Consultant and the CW met at a steakhouse in Weehawken, New Jersey. During this meeting, JC Official 1 asked the CW about the progress of anticipated real estate development projects. As to Garfield Avenue, the CW told JC Official 1 that “I had my guys speak to the sellers on the Garfield Avenue, the DEP thing, and the DEP actually looked at the application, and they’re coming out, they said May 20, I have it down, I’ll tell you what . . . they said May 22nd. They’re doing a site inspection – everything’s okay, then they sign off. You know, I asked [defendant HARVEY SMITH], but I don’t need him for that, so.” JC Official 1 said, “Okay, good.” With respect to the $5,000 cash payment provided to defendant GREENE to be passed to defendant HARVEY SMITH in exchange for defendant HARVEY SMITH’S official action, JC Official 1 told the Consultant and the CW, “I converted it. I

6 gave [defendant HARVEY SMITH] money orders.” JC Official 1 and the Consultant laughed. The CW asked, “Money orders for five grand? . . . you just have to put different names I guess on it.” JC Official 1 replied, “With money orders, you don’t have to put any names on it.”

18. On or about May 14, 2009, JC Official 1, the Consultant and the CW met at a diner in Jersey City, New Jersey. After the meeting, JC Official 1 and the CW continued to talk in the parking lot outside of the diner. JC Official 1 further explained to the CW how JC Official 1 converted the $5,000 corrupt payment to defendant HARVEY SMITH to money orders: “I gave them to my niece and told her to pick up some money orders.” 19. On or about July 16, 2009, defendant HARVEY SMITH, JC Official 1, the Consultant, and the CW met at a diner in Jersey City. Before the Consultant arrived, JC Official 1 told defendant HARVEY SMITH: "We're doing a lot of projects, Harvey, throughout the State of New Jersey, alright. We're getting ready to do two nice ones in Bayonne okay, Hoboken, Carlstadt, [the CW interjected, “Jersey City”], Jersey City, so we're all over the place, so we feel in some ways, we need to-- but we're into it now-- you being able to help us out while you're in office and everything else, whether it's the next six months that you, or four months or whatever it is, so that's why [the CW] wanted to reach out for you and let you know some of the things that we're doing and how you might be able to help us out, okay?" Defendant HARVEY SMITH nodded yes. JC Official 1 continued, "[W]e got the one property on Garfield Avenue," and defendant HARVEY SMITH asked, What's the name of the site?" The CW responded, "The owner is Garfield Avenue Associates." Defendant HARVEY SMITH said, "So you have, um, that project [referring to Garfield Avenue]?" JC Official 1 explained that the proposed project "was on contaminated soil" but that it had been "cleaned up." The CW further explained to defendant HARVEY SMITH: "There is a CEA in place – classification exception area – from DEP. They cleaned up whatever that classification area was, now I'm waiting for-- unrestricted NFA, and then I'll close hopefully in the next ten days, two weeks, so that's the plan on that." Defendant HARVEY SMITH asked JC Official 1, “So, where's the-- so how can I help [the CW] with his--" JC Official 1 told defendant HARVEY SMITH that he could "help" by “[w]ell basically when we do get the approval to go ahead, you know, that is part of your district, and we'd just like your support on it also, okay. I mean that's a big, big plus, because we know we're going to run into some opposition on the other side from your other girlfriend–" to which Defendant HARVEY SMITH replied by asking JC Official 1 if he was referring to a certain Jersey City Councilwoman, and JC 7 Official 1 said, "Yes." JC Official 1 continued that, “on that site [the CW] wants to put four towers of 23 stories each, so it's a big, big project. . ." The CW interjected, "780 units combined," and JC Official 1 continued on telling defendant HARVEY SMITH, "Just to let you know also we have, we have met with the mayor on it, we have met with [a State of New Jersey official] on it.” Defendant HARVEY SMITH asked, “You haven't met with [the Jersey City Councilwoman]?” and was told that they had not. JC Official 1 went on to explain regarding the Garfield project, "We're looking to put in a mixed use. . . with a pre-school, a daycare center, [the CW interjected, "affordable housing. . . Section 8 housing], affordable housing. . . [the CW] is willing to work with the community." Defendant HARVEY SMITH was told by the CW that the CW also had "met with [Jersey City council president], and [the council president] promised [the CW] his support for the zone change and whatever else [the CW] need[ed] for the site." Defendant HARVEY SMITH asked, "And you think the only opposition is going to be from [a Jersey City Councilwoman]?" and JC Official 1 told defendant HARVEY SMITH said that he expected her to "go along with it." Defendant HARVEY SMITH was told by the CW, "Right now, the DEP is the first thing, I guess." JC Official 1 said, "Once we get past the DEP. . ." Defendant HARVEY SMITH confirmed that what the CW needed the property "clean" for housing and schools. The CW agreed with defendant HARVEY SMITH and said that the development the CW proposed sought "the most restricted use," unlike commercial development. The CW said that the CW would not "build on a CEA property, I want NFA [referring to a No Further Action Letter]."

Posted on: 2009/7/26 8:10
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I wonder which state has the worst roads in the country?
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NY Times article on local infrastructure focuses on the Pulaski Skyway.

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Of all the tattered swaths of pavement that pock the New York area’s road system, home to some of the country’s most bone-rattling stretches of asphalt, few can match the combination of structural disrepair and functional obsolescence of the Pulaski Skyway.



http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/26/nyr ... 26roads.html?ref=nyregion

Posted on: 2009/7/26 2:07
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Re: Several local politicians arrested on corruption charges
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J_Downtown wrote:
Sorry to mess with the acoustics of this echo chamber but I think more people than you realize are going to be able to see through this political attack.


Political attack? Whatever motivated the timing and nature of the charges is beside the point. Mr. Vega et al. TOOK THE MONEY. No amount of martyrdom can change that fact. Healy was in the room and acknowledged the "mutually beneficial" nature of what was happening - he's admitted it. We shall see what that means, but I wouldn't exactly hold him up as clean here.

Gnome: you may come here to vent. I'll be at the council meeting.

Posted on: 2009/7/26 1:19
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Please keep your eyes open and don't provoke any violence (i.e. keep your own "road rage", etc. in check).


DEfinately keep the road rage down. This morning in front of the Jersey Avenue Library i witnessed one driver get out of his car and berate another carservice driver who had obviously said something to him at the corner. I thought that there was going to be gunfire....

Posted on: 2009/7/26 1:18
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Re: Several local politicians arrested on corruption charges
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by T-Bird on 2009/7/26 0:25:54

Amen. It is a gift we've been given and it's an opportunity to step up and put words to action. It also could be a do-over, a chance to correct a horrible mistake that was made in May.


Back in May Mayor Healy was elected on the first ballot by a solid majority of the people that cared enough about Jersey City's future to actually vote. Unlike his two strongest competitors he hasn't been accused/indicted for any wrong doing.

Sorry to mess with the acoustics of this echo chamber but I think more people than you realize are going to be able to see through this political attack.


This online community of "open minded" individuals is going to crucify you for this one. YOu're totally right though, the people of Jersey City elected him. This is another reminder that although this forum is a great place to vent, it is definitely not a true representation of this city.

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Re: Several local politicians arrested on corruption charges
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Amen. It is a gift we've been given and it's an opportunity to step up and put words to action. It also could be a do-over, a chance to correct a horrible mistake that was made in May.


Back in May Mayor Healy was elected on the first ballot by a solid majority of the people that cared enough about Jersey City's future to actually vote. Unlike his two strongest competitors he hasn't been accused/indicted for any wrong doing.

Sorry to mess with the acoustics of this echo chamber but I think more people than you realize are going to be able to see through this political attack.

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Re: Several local politicians arrested on corruption charges
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Amen. It is a gift we've been given and it's an opportunity to step up and put words to action. It also could be a do-over, a chance to correct a horrible mistake that was made in May. You don't get that chance often in life - let's not squander it. If you can, attend the council meeting. Encourage friends and neighbors to attend. Make sure the Healy 8 know their are consequences for their actions.

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I think the people of JC need to get angry and they need to get loud, like people did in Hoboken earlier today. If you can spare the time at all, I encourage you to go to the city council meeting Wednesday and make your feelings known. Residents bear a chunk of the blame in this, too. For too long, we've failed to hold our elected officials accountable, and they've become complacent in thinking they can get away with just about anything. We also returned these cretins to office. Yes, we. Sure, it's easy to say none of us voted for Healy's sorry ticket - but did any of us work to get out the vote or register people? What happened last week is a gift that shouldn't be squandered. We really need to capitalize on the momentum from the media spotlight and the shift in public sentiment for productive change - whether it's a recall effort or passage of tougher anti-graft laws. This is where I'm really looking to Mr. Fulop and Mr. Levin to step up and provide some leadership and organization. Whatever ideas you guys have, I think you'll find a much more receptive public and more than a handful of citizens willing to invest time and energy.

Posted on: 2009/7/26 0:25
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Re: NJ Murder Map for 2009
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The woman killed in a 'hit and run' at Monmouth and Grand is not on the map.

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Re: Several local politicians arrested on corruption charges
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I think the people of JC need to get angry and they need to get loud, like people did in Hoboken earlier today. If you can spare the time at all, I encourage you to go to the city council meeting Wednesday and make your feelings known. Residents bear a chunk of the blame in this, too. For too long, we've failed to hold our elected officials accountable, and they've become complacent in thinking they can get away with just about anything. We also returned these cretins to office. Yes, we. Sure, it's easy to say none of us voted for Healy's sorry ticket - but did any of us work to get out the vote or register people? What happened last week is a gift that shouldn't be squandered. We really need to capitalize on the momentum from the media spotlight and the shift in public sentiment for productive change - whether it's a recall effort or passage of tougher anti-graft laws. This is where I'm really looking to Mr. Fulop and Mr. Levin to step up and provide some leadership and organization. Whatever ideas you guys have, I think you'll find a much more receptive public and more than a handful of citizens willing to invest time and energy.

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Re: Several local politicians arrested on corruption charges
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from tomorrow's nyt - today

some great ideas how to show our support for healy.


July 26, 2009
Hoboken Mayor’s Fall From Reformer to Defendant

By NATE SCHWEBER
HOBOKEN, N.J. — No one seemed to be home in the town house of Mayor Peter Cammarano III on Saturday as about 100 protesters chanted for him to step down. One of the demonstrators put a huge mock check on Mr. Cammarano’s front door and in the memo line wrote in big letters, “To resign.”/

While Mr. Cammarano, one of several New Jersey public officials arrested in a sweeping federal corruption case last week, vowed the day after the arrests that he would do no such thing and denied all charges, the scene outside his home seemed to show how carefully cultivated political ambitions that began in childhood had been suddenly turned into the stuff of a vaudeville skit.

As the city’s youngest mayor, and in office for less than a month, Mr. Cammarano had campaigned as a reformer and had aspirations that seemed to extend well beyond the boundaries of his small city. But some here see his arrest on charges of accepting $25,000 in bribes as another example of how his public persona is at odds with the facts of his life.

“He ain’t who he says he is; that’s the bottom line,” said Tom Bertoli, a political operative who has run several campaigns in Hudson County.

Born in Wayne, N.J., Mr. Cammarano graduated from Boston University and moved to Hoboken while at Seton Hall University Law School. He joined a law firm, but his heart clearly was in politics. He was the city’s coordinator of the Kerry-Edwards campaign, and two years later was the state legal director in Senator Robert Menendez’s campaign. He was elected to Hoboken’s City Council in 2005.

Three days before his arrest, Mr. Cammarano told Dawn Zimmer, whom he defeated in a runoff by just 161 votes, just how long his political ambitions had been with him.

“He said, ‘I’ve been preparing for this since I was 11 years old,’ ” said Ms. Zimmer, who is now the Council president and is in line to succeed him should he step down or be forced from office.

“His ambition is something you glean from Peter,” said Councilman David Mello, 39, who was sworn in to the Council on the same day as Mr. Cammarano.

Mr. Cammarano had integrated himself into Hoboken’s community and seemed to be a devoted family man. He attended St. Ann’s Church each Sunday with his wife, Marita Erbeck, and their daughter, Abigail, said the Rev. Thomas A. Crangle, the church’s pastor. On Wednesday, his 32nd birthday, Mr. Cammarano volunteered at the parish’s annual feast.

“As far as what we know of him, he’s a great man, a great family man, a very faithful man,” Father Crangle said.

Yet, in 1996, Mr. Cammarano was sued for failure to pay child support in Passaic County for a daughter he had with a high school girlfriend, who declined to comment for this article. If was not clear how or if the case was resolved, and Mr. Cammarano could not be reached for comment.

“His hidden family troubles were an example of just how little people in Hoboken truly knew about the guy,” said Perry Klaussen, who writes the blog Hoboken411.com. “Shakespeare wouldn’t write this play because nobody would believe it.”

Mr. Cammarano was a regular at the Malibu Diner, an always-open beacon of chrome, neon and over-easy eggs in the northern of this city of about 45,000.

According to the criminal complaint against Mr. Cammarano, Michael Schaffer, a close associate, took three payments of $5,000 cash from a government witness, believed to be Solomon Dwek, an F.B.I. informant who was posing as a developer. Prosecutors said Mr. Schaffer, a commissioner on the North Hudson Utilities Authority, took an envelope with $10,000 cash on behalf of Mr. Cammarano in the parking lot of the Malibu Diner.

Inside the diner, according to the complaint, Mr. Cammarano told the government’s witness, “I promise you ... you’re going to be treated like a friend.”

Mr. Cammarano’s rise began last year, when Hoboken faced a fiscal and government crisis. Mayor David Roberts and the City Council had failed to pass a budget. As a result, the state mandated a watch on Hoboken’s finances, a distinction that up to that point had been reserved mainly for rough-and-tumble municipalities like Camden, East Orange and Irvington. In the aftermath, Mr. Roberts declined to seek another term.

Mr. Cammarano stepped up to run for the vacated seat and, with Mr. Robert’s endorsement, defeated Ms. Zimmer in a squeaker. He promised to curb corruption and quickly set about making a public show of his commitment. The week before his arrest, he issued a statement condemning Hoboken’s housing director, Hector Claveria, who had been arrested on bribery charges in a separate case.

“This administration has a clear-cut, zero-tolerance policy against any violation of the public trust,” Mr. Cammarano said on July 15, calling for Mr. Claveria to resign.

In a statement on Saturday night, Gov. Jon S. Corzine, who had earlier called for the resignations of two assemblymen charged last week, said he would consider trying to oust elected officials “serving under a cloud” if they refuse to leave on their own.

“If no such power exists, he’ll ask the Legislature to devise a law to ensure a public official is removed from office if they are officially charged with a public corruption crime,” the statement said.

On Saturday, officials in Lumberton Township, N.J., voted to fire Assemblyman Daniel Van Pelt, one of those charged, from his position as township administrator, stripping him of his $90,000 salary.

Officials decided to order an independent audit of their own finances, which Mr. Van Pelt supervised in his role as administrator. “We have no evidence at this time that there’s anything wrong,” Mayor Michael Mansdoerfer said in a telephone interview. “But we’d rather be safe than sorry.”

Mr. Cammarano’s lawyer, Joseph Hayden, said his client, who is out on $100,000 bond, will plead not guilty.

Mr. Cammarano went to work early on Friday and met with representatives from city departments, said Bill Campbell, a spokesman for the city. “It’s business as usual here,” he said. “It’s like any other day.”

Julie Bosman contributed reporting.

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This is a map of all the homicides in NJ for 2009. It is updated everytime another occurs.

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So this shows that Downtown and the Heights are really about as safe as Hoboken - however the other areas of JC on the other hand seem out of control...
Now I'm sure someone will say that the Beacon area is really Downtown but I think most people feel that downtown really ends at the turnpike overpass...

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Re: Several local politicians arrested on corruption charges
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He looks like Robert the Bruce's father in Braveheart. Did he fall or something?


Hilarious.

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Re: Several local politicians arrested on corruption charges
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Mariano Vega Flashback: Several years ago a group of county workers filed a complaint with the Hudson County Prosecutor alleging Vega had them brought to his Mercer Street home to do a paint job and repairs on county time. It was in the local paper and the Prosecutor dropped the case. Should be revisited.

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This is a map of all the homicides in NJ for 2009. It is updated everytime another occurs.

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Re: Councilman Fulop Press Release July 24
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Yes, and so while (Mariano, and #4 and others in JC) were stuffing their pockets, they neglected the citizens of JC, thus only when the outcry for more police and other city services by the tax payers, would they move their asses by then it was kinda too late, then claiming that crime was down.

But lets remember the people who died in this city due to lack of police, the gangs were running amok selling their drugs and they still are on the street corners(white-t- shirts), the kids that became part of those gangs when something could have been done sooner. There wouldn't have been members of those dying or innocents dying or people getting seriously hurt.

I still see prostitutes on Ocean Avenue, Sam Jefferson's ex brother in law is a regular out at night at 3:00 am in a Greenville neighborhood were the drug dealers hang out as well. Why is he there what is he looking for? He's been doing this for years.

Mariano is very tight with some people who are heads of some city depts. in JC


QFT

I attended the City Council meeting when they voted on the Pay to Play.

I yelled out bought & paid for. I was right.

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Re: Under Sized and Under Equipped Police Force
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Besides putting more cops ON the street, our city needs more programs to keep kids OFF the streets. Recreational sport leagues aren't enough.

In the last ten years our city has changed, I think for the better. But, how much has that shift affected the troubled areas of our city?

We need to start thinking more long term about crime in our city. Developing new programs to help generate positive opportunities for kids.

More cops are needed, but within reason. And personally, I don't want to see cops patrolling with A4s. But every squad car should at least carry a shot gun and maybe a few flashbangs.

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I'd also like to know which other developers have done the same thing.


The list would be shorter if you asked what RE developer has never bribed a JC official.

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When Solomon Dwek, also known as cooperating witness, was caught depositing $25 million, he made a deal with the FBI to catch elected officials. This means he has a history of coming to Hudson County and bribing our politicans. I would like to know who received money in the past.


I'd also like to know which other developers have done the same thing.

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Re: Several local politicians arrested on corruption charges
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I still say either his wife gave him a beating for ruining their family or one of the relatives of the Deputy Mayor smacked him around for letting a 74 year old woman take the fall for him. I hope it was both.



Dont feel an ounce of pity for Leona, she would eat her own young. From stripper to political figure. Not to hard to figure out how she got there.

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I still say either his wife gave him a beating for ruining their family or one of the relatives of the Deputy Mayor smacked him around for letting a 74 year old woman take the fall for him. I hope it was both.

Not looking good.

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I hope you're right. He is deserving of both.

I just thought it was some rum blisters but it could be the stress.

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Re: Several local politicians arrested on corruption charges
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The meetings for JC were Brownstone Diner, and the lunchonette near the Beacon, and a diner in Bayonne.

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I still say either his wife gave him a beating for ruining their family or one of the relatives of the Deputy Mayor smacked him around for letting a 74 year old woman take the fall for him. I hope it was both.


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I know this is slightly off topic, but Healy looks TERRIBLE. Saw him last night on the news. His face is all busted up with some sort of rash, he has a big bandage on his face, and he's a disheveled mess. He looks like Robert the Bruce's father in Braveheart. Did he fall or something? Or maybe he's super stressed out over this scandal.


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funny how this post went to rats and asses...... at least its on subject.

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