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Maloy, Grant & Brooks vs. The Public

The plan was to get rid of the audience before conducting the public’s business. The audience was full of teachers, parents and taxpayers who wanted to hear about the school budget, the failure of the school board to resolve the … Continue reading

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School Board: 5 months of missing meeting minutes

What right do you have to know how your school board is spending $23.5 million of your property tax dollars? You have the right to see it all in writing. Except when a public governing body violates the Sunshine Law — … Continue reading

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Maria Grant gives big F-YOU to voters

On election night, November 6, 2018, Clinton Township school board president Maria Grant’s worst nightmare came true: She lost control of her board. Four newly elected members plus last year’s election of a staunch board critic  created a new majority … Continue reading

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Clinton Township: Who’s worth voting for?

Who’s worth voting for in Clinton Township for town council, the local school board and the high school board? How about political candidates who show they respect and follow the law before they get elected? Among 13 political candidates on … Continue reading

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Clinton Township: Are 6 of 13 candidates violating election law?

New Jersey election law guarantees voters’ right to see the campaign finances of political candidates before an election. In a state where government corruption is rampant, election law requires political candidates to disclose campaign finances. “The essence of Democracy is an … Continue reading

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Clinton Township’s affordable housing partner indicted

On the heels of one affordable housing controversy after another, a partner of one of Clinton Township’s seven affordable housing projects has been indicted by a Hunterdon County Grand Jury. Suspended, disbarred, indicted According to reports in the Hunterdon Review … Continue reading

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North Hunterdon-Voorhees BOE: E-mails point to violations of trust, ethics & the law

Parents at the May 8, 2018 North Hunterdon Voorhees Regional High School board meeting cried foul — and presented evidence, claiming that school board member Lisa Approvato violated the New Jersey School Ethics Act. They also complained that school board president … Continue reading

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Fake News: Amended settlement is a “win-win” with less “financial risk”! (NOT!)

What should you believe? What the mayor said, or the legal agreement he signed? Mayor John Higgins says the new amended affordable housing settlement agreement with Fair Share Housing Center (FSHC) is “a really good thing for the township” because by … Continue reading

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Township’s Housing Plan Crashes

In a stunning reversal, the Clinton Township Council gutted its affordable housing settlement deal with the Fair Share Housing Center, at its February 7 meeting, just five days before the scheduled Superior Court Fairness Hearing. Conflicts appear to have crashed … Continue reading

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Objection: Why the Court should reject the affordable housing settlement

On January 29, 2018, exMayor.com filed an objection with the Superior Court to Clinton Township’s affordable housing settlement agreement with Fair Share Housing Center. The objection focuses on several issues including the township’s violations of the Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA), conflicts … Continue reading

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