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Who wants an EV charger at Windy Acres?

At its June 23 meeting the Clinton Township Council spent considerable time demonstrating they can talk at length about a subject they know absolutely nothing about — just because someone made a request. The mayor and council discussed an “initiative” … Continue reading

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WWWCT? Republicans & Democrats

What’s wrong with Clinton Township? (WWWCT?) Republicans and Democrats. In the upcoming Primary Election (June 8), and even in the November election, you might as well not vote. That’s a shocking suggestion. But it’s apt. Because your vote doesn’t matter. … Continue reading

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Mayor Brian Mullay and council decimate Police Department

What’s wrong in Clinton Township? On March 24 newly elected Mayor Brian Mullay and council will make dramatic changes to the Police Department that will affect public safety. 1. Council will reduce the number of patrol officers by 21%, from … Continue reading

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School board forced to hand over 50 minutes of budget meeting recording it erased

Who illegally erased 50 minutes of a 3-hour recording of a school board meeting and passed it off as official — and why? The Clinton Township School District Board of Education tampered with the official recording of its April 27, … Continue reading

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TAPinto “disappears” Hunterdon’s investigative journalist

Curtis Leeds has been “disappeared” by TAPinto, the New Jersey news chain whose Flemington/Raritan franchise Leeds ran for the last four years. The well-known reporter and former editor of the Hunterdon County Democrat newspaper ran the TAPinto Flemington/Raritan online news … Continue reading

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Switlyk & Mullay: 6 years of feeble government in Clinton Township

Clinton Township council members Amy Switlyk and Brian Mullay are running for third terms. Their 6 years in office are marked by financial disasters and hiding their bad decisions. They brush off public scrutiny, mischaracterize serious problems, and avoid the … Continue reading

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Freeholder John Lanza tells a whopper

At the September 3, 2019 Hunterdon County Freeholder meeting, the editor of this publication announced that ExMayor.com is offering for sale official recordings of freeholder meetings going back to 2017 — recordings that the freeholders have destroyed and are thus … Continue reading

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Erased Hunterdon Freeholder meeting recordings now for sale

Digital audio recordings of public meetings that the Hunterdon County Freeholders refuse to publish on their website are now available for sale via instant download here on ExMayor.com. Dozens of recordings go back to 2017. The freeholders record their meetings, … Continue reading

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Threats and scare tactics from Superintendent Cone

On June 15, 2019 Clinton Township School District Superintendent Michele Cone warned parents that teachers might violate the law and go on strike just before 8th grade graduation. Families’ “plans for the summer” might be “interrupted.” Cone also reported that … Continue reading

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Mayor Higgins snaps when ExMayor exposes 7X-higher tax rate

Clinton Township raised its municipal property tax rate dramatically compared to a host of other neighboring towns this year, but the Council tried to gloss over it at the May 8, 2019 public hearing on the budget. And Mayor John … Continue reading

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