Monthly Archives: April 2009

Clinton Township Court to Critics: GO TO JAIL

A shout-out to Tom Borkowski & Spencer Peck: “We told you so!” When the Township Council took action to start its own municipal court in 2007, the naysayers came out of the woodwork. Spencer “Big Hat” Peck had a brilliant … Continue reading

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Windy Acres slated for affordable housing, open space

Last Wednesday night the Clinton Township Council took action to subdivide the 292-acre Windy Acres property into open space and for affordable housing use. 25 acres will be set aside for future affordable housing, to be used as necessary under … Continue reading

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Clinton Twp budget rejected: Board has no credibility

After approving the North Hunterdon High School District budget yesterday, Clinton Township voters once again rejected the Clinton Township School District (CTSD) budget, 824:793. Why? Because the CTSD Board of Education (BOE) has no credibility among voters and taxpayers.¬†There seem … Continue reading

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COAH under siege

20 towns joined forces in 2008 to file suit against the New Jersey Council On Affordable Housing (COAH). Are these locals opposed to “affordables” living in their towns? Quite the contrary. All 20 towns are in compliance with COAH’s rules … Continue reading

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