Mayor oversteps bounds of common sens...

Mayor oversteps bounds of common sense in Edison

There are 2 comments on the MyCentralJersey.com story from Dec 23, 2010, titled Mayor oversteps bounds of common sense in Edison. In it, MyCentralJersey.com reports that:

A directive to members of the Edison Township Council from Mayor Antonia Ricigliano bars the members from communicating directly with township employees.

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RxMan

Hackensack, NJ

#1 Dec 23, 2010
Bill Stephens' old crew, at it again. Edison politics.

Why would anyone be surprised?

The unions for the teachers, police, municipal workers got the Dems they wanted elected. Taxes are soaring. Many unemployed. Retail stores empty or closing. But township workers keep getting raises in salary and pensions and healthcare.

Dems want social justice? If there were any social justice, government workers'd have to work till they're 66 like everyone else who pays their salary, none of them would get any pensions they hadn't paid into either, just like everyone else has to pay into their 401K. Politicians just keep getting elected by giving away the public treasury.
JAY DEE

Bound Brook, NJ

#2 Jan 9, 2011
this woman demotes 10 cops to save tax payers money 3 months later prmotes 10 fire men to capatins and chifs no indians left to fight the fires these guys start to get her to hire more then she hires 10 more cops dont see the picture she painting for her next election maybe she a one time girl pupits for the few and greedy

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