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Firing a former governor: Fulop's dumbest feud? | Editorial
Updated 6:31 AM; Posted 6:30 AM

By Star-Ledger Editorial Board eletters@starledger.com


An ex-governor who has done admirable work helping people who get out of prison find jobs and reacclimate suddenly gets fired, and nobody can figure out why.

But somewhere behind it all is Steven Fulop. The Jersey City mayor won't answer our questions. As usual when he gets into hot water, he's hiding under his desk.

All he'll say is that former Gov. Jim McGreevey was canned over accusations of "misappropriating funds." What funds? How? He won't explain.

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McGreevey fired as head of Jersey City job, prisoner re-entry nonprofit

JERSEY CITY — Former Gov. Jim McGreevey, who was hired nearly six years ago to run a nonprofit that manages Jersey City’s job training and prisoner re-entry program, was fired at a special meeting of the nonprofit’s board on Monday night.

The nine-member board of the Jersey City Employment and Training Program voted 5-3-1 in favor of terminating McGreevey at the tail end of a meeting that ran over two hours and featured pro-McGreevey testimonials from nearly 30 people crowded inside in a conference room in JCETP’s Martin Luther King Drive office, called Martin’s Place.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/01/mcgr ... r-re-entry-nonprofit.html


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Fulop never misses an opportunity to miss an opportunity. Booting McGreevey for firing the felon extorting other ex-felons salaries? Fulop gets props for being the only person making McSlimey likable-almost.

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Remember the fanfare created when this program was announced and introduced to the public by Fulop. This was not a program "for the children".... but "for the criminals" and I am speaking strictly about the people running it. Is anyone really surprised about this Hudson County / JC Hackrama?

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Jim McGreevey’s career in Jersey City may end Monday

Former Gov. Jim McGreevey’s nearly six-year tenure as the head of Jersey City’s prisoner re-entry program may come to an end as soon as Monday, with McGreevey scheduled to face a hostile board of directors that may determine his fate.

McGreevey, the embattled chief of the nonprofit Jersey City Employment and Training Program, has been told its nine-member board may discuss actions that could “adversely impact” his employment, sources with knowledge of the communication have told The Jersey Journal. That’s a sign that suspension or termination for the ex-governor may be on the horizon.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/01/jim- ... -city-may-end-monday.html


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McGreevey alleges he is victim of Fulop retaliation

JERSEY CITY ? Former Gov. Jim McGreevey, who is potentially on his way out as chief of Jersey City’s prisoner re-entry program, alleges he is the victim of retaliation by Mayor Steve Fulop and is threatening to file a lawsuit against Fulop if he is fired.

In a Jan. 3 letter to Fulop, McGreevey attorney Michael Critchley said any termination of McGreevey as executive director of the Jersey City Employment & Training Program would violate New Jersey’s whistleblower act. The “apparent basis” for Fulop punishing McGreevey, Critchley claims, is McGreevey’s termination of a Fulop operative from JCETP last year.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/01/mcgr ... M_iI3wVo-0_hid5l7NfVApubQ


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