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Bea Coyle April 24, 2014 at 04:07 PM
The whole idea in Gloucester Township now is for them to keep the Public uninformed .It is a goodRead Moret hing that Residents are trying to get the word out regardless. Just like the School Tax Public Meeting on Monday April 28. They send it out last minute then make it early 6:00pm so that few people can attend. A disgrace plain and simple.
EaglesFan856 April 24, 2014 at 05:20 PM
I would be one angry person if I looked outback on a sunny Sunday morning and saw a cell phoneRead Moretower as my only view.
Bea Coyle April 24, 2014 at 06:31 PM
'Chairman of the Zoning Board, (and who is that)said no further notice will go out". Of course Read Morenot...we wouldn't the resident taxpayers knowing what the plans are now would we? Like I said before it is a total Disgrace the way they treat residents at meetings.
Paul J. DiBartolo April 24, 2014 at 04:09 PM
Ahhh, coincident with the township council meeting. That's transparency for you. I guess,Read Moreconceivabl y, one could attempt to exit the BOE meeting, if it's over, just before 7:30 and make it to the council meeting down the street. Heck, one might even get a glimpse of our "translucent mayor," Mayor Mayer, if lucky.
Bea Coyle April 24, 2014 at 04:18 PM
Do you think reduced pupil enrollment has anything to do with the fact that our schools haveRead Moredropped in ranking so much in the last two years. How about all the foreclosed homes or how awful Blackwood and Blackwood Clementon Road look with empty stores and the dismal appearance. Even people who live here can't afford our high taxes that are based on what your home used to be worth , Many can not afford to do necessary repairs on their homes either. As a life long resident I have never seen it look this bad or have so much crime. I can't wait for the Betting Track on Blackwood Clementon Road to open so we can get a better element coming into town.
Big Daddy 1 April 24, 2014 at 12:12 PM
OMG, there are still seat belt avoiders running amok in our town? Hide the women and children! Call Read Morein the national guard! Someone please protect us!
Stache's Minion April 24, 2014 at 12:49 PM
There is a school board election this year for three of Dave's closest machine cogs. They need toRead Mores olicit money from their friends, and in return they need to repay them through bond council fees which means --gasp-- they will have "free" money floating around to purchase a $250k armor plated anti-seat belt detector, a $50k high capacity low muzzle flash taxpayer ticket blaster, a $300k left handed smoke shifter, $1.2M in overtime for multiple snipe hunts, and $100k to update the "Gloucester Outlets -- coming just in time for the 2013 election" signs to read "2015 election".
Mike Russo April 24, 2014 at 06:14 PM
The seat belt checkpoints are done under the premise of making sure drivers are being safe, but the Read Morereality is it is to raise money for the town it is being done in by writing the tickets, so it is really a fund raiser probably to increase someone's salary but never for the benefit of the residents. Originally a driver couldn't get a ticket unless he was stopped for another offense but then came the realization that is could create revenues for the town. Maybe someday someone will be allowed to come into your home and see if you have a hole in your shorts in the name of public health and write you a ticket. So fascism has subtle forms in South New Jersey right now....
Big Daddy 1 April 21, 2014 at 08:24 AM
It's called Pay to Play. Ultimately we are the ones that pay so we can watch our politicians andRead Morethe ir donors play.
Paul J. DiBartolo April 21, 2014 at 09:09 AM
Exactly, Big Daddy. GT taxpayers have a right to know how the township engineer, Remington andRead MoreVerni ck, is going to recoup the $64,000 it contributed to Team-Mayer's campaign in the 2013 election cycle. Additionally, R & V has been prohibited from bidding for contracts in Medford for four years because the engineering firm made a $3,200 contribution to the campaign of a candidate running in that town's council primary. This exceeded the allowable $300 limit imposed on contributions by vendors to candidates. How will R & V recoup this wasted money? This is outrageous and it is all carried on under the cover of darkness by the corrupt politicians that run our town and tell us that these large donations are no problem and have nothing to do with buying influence when it comes to selecting vendors. Lies...damned lies...and statistics and nothing more. The taxpayers of GT are sleeping while these people enrich themselves at our expense.
Big Daddy 1 April 21, 2014 at 03:07 PM
In the case of R&V, you can proove it. It's all in the dates.