Category Archives: Taxes

School board attorney spins Prosecutor’s findings

The Clinton Township school board’s official spokesperson, attorney Vito Gagliardi, is misleading the board and the public about Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony Kearns, III’s findings that the board violated the Open Public Meetings Act multiple times on multiple occasions. At … Continue reading

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Scofflaw School Board Just Can’t Obey The Law: Dincuff’s crew is a mockery

Oh, no! They did it again! Jim Dincuff’s Clinton Township school board violated the Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA), N.J.S.A. 10:4-12. The fourth time in three months — and all after they voted never to do it again. Last night, … Continue reading

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Maria Grant: Who cares what the school board voted to do?

The Clinton Township school board has already been warned by County Prosecutor Kearns that it’s a no-no to vote to do one thing, then do something else. It’s never clear what the Clinton Township school board means to communicate to the public, … Continue reading

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New Superintendent Drives Cover-Up

In response to criticism about paying another over-the-top salary to an administrator (CTSD Pays Another Jackpot Raise to an Administrator: 40% and a letter to the editor), the Clinton Township school board has issued a statement. But the statement is not from … Continue reading

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CTSD Pays Another Jackpot Raise to an Administrator: 40%

How’d you like a job offer from a great employer — a huge promotion for 40% more than your current salary? In today’s economy? On June 11, 2012 the Clinton Township school board hired a new business administrator, Heather Spitzer, and gave … Continue reading

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Attorney reveals Dincuff went rogue, conducted illegal meeting

At last night’s Clinton Township school board meeting, board attorney Vito Gagliardi stunned the audience when he revealed that he did not advise board president Jim Dincuff to make public allegations of ethics violations against board members Michelle Sullivan and … Continue reading

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School board is more than just a little bit pregnant

The Hunterdon Review reports on “New allegations made against Clinton Township school board” relating to New Jersey’s “Sunshine Law.” More details of the formal complaint made to the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s office by ExMayor.com and in a threatend lawsuit from … Continue reading

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Where is attorney Vito Gagliardi?

At meeting after school board meeting, board president Jim Dincuff and board member Kevin Maloy again and again cite attorney Vito Gagliardi‘s “advice” to justify Dincuff’s personal attacks against other board members, accusations of ethics violations, resolutions against citizens, and threats demanding … Continue reading

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How the Clinton Township School Board Doomed Our Schools

In the past year, the State of New Jersey delivered millions in state aid to the Clinton Township school district — funds in excess of what voters approved for spending. The funds were intended to be used to reduce our … Continue reading

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Ducking Integrity, Abusing Power: All on advice of the school board attorney

Last night the Clinton Township school board voted 7-2 to notify the New Jersey Department of Education that the editor of this blog — by name — does not “represent the Clinton Township Board of Education in any capacity.” Duh. … Continue reading

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