Tag Archives: Clinton Township

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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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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Don’t Vote June 4! This Primary smells like…

Here at ExMayor.com we pride ourselves on voting in every election and in exercising our franchise. But we’re not stupid. We looked at this year’s Primary Ballot. And we realized that if you vote on June 4, 2019, Primary Election … Continue reading

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Clinton Township violates Sunshine Law, interferes with affordable housing fairness hearing

According to a January 29, 2018 violations notice issued to Clinton Township by attorney Walter N. Luers on behalf of exMayor.com, the township violated the law throughout 2017 by failing to provide minutes of its planning board meetings. The New Jersey … Continue reading

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Mayor Higgins’ 51-second, 805 housing-unit massacre

How long does it take to add 805 new housing units to Clinton Township, if the mayor and council don’t tell anyone they’re doing it? How long does it take to add 400 new housing units just in the tiny … Continue reading

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Why to vote NO on Public Question to divert open space funds

This letter was published in the local newspapers and social media outlets this week. Chairs of the Clinton Township Open Space Committee and Environmental Commission — along with other residents — oppose a Public Question on the November 8 ballot … Continue reading

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Administrator hired by Mayor Higgins was under investigation

In an Oct. 11 article, the Hunterdon Review reports that the administrator recently hired by Mayor John Higgins for Clinton Township, Jesse Landon, was under investigation in Tewksbury Township, “alledgedly… accused of sexual harassment” — during the time Higgins and … Continue reading

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Clinton Township’s RFP for patronage jobs

When Clinton Township’s new administrator, Jesse Landon, recently posted a Request For Proposal (RFP) on the New Jersey State League of Municipalities website (NJSLOM) for all the municipality’s professional positions, he apparently did so without discussing it with the town … Continue reading

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Mayor John Higgins to citizens: You’re not smart enough to participate

Who should decide Clinton Township’s future? Not its citizens, according to Mayor John Higgins. At a September 5 Hunterdon County Freeholder meeting, Higgins said: “I don’t know very many people in the township that have enough knowledge of … our land use … Continue reading

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