Bordentown mayor seeks removal of 'ne...

Bordentown mayor seeks removal of 'negative' website

There are 1 comment on the The Times story from May 25, 2010, titled Bordentown mayor seeks removal of 'negative' website. In it, The Times reports that:

Mayor James E. Lynch Jr. says the site,, could be a case of consumer fraud, because readers might confuse it with the city's official online home at "If you wanted to move to Bordentown and you punched in "Bordentown mayor' or "Bordentown City' to find out about us, this is what would ...

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#1 May 27, 2010
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