Newark watershed’s lucrative payouts were no secret, contractor says

Newark watershed’s lucrative payouts were no secret, contractor says (via NJ.com)

The culture of corruption at the Newark Watershed Conservation and Development Corp. — alleged last week in a scathing 45-page report by the state comptroller — was apparently no secret to some in Newark’s political world. When queried by state…

Posted: February 23rd, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: 2014 U.S. Senate race, Cory Booker, Newark | Tags: , , , | 2 Comments »

2 Comments on “Newark watershed’s lucrative payouts were no secret, contractor says”

  1. Congratulations,New Jersey, said at 10:02 pm on February 23rd, 2014:

    you promoted another crook.. And, you’ll not care, again, and give him a 6 year term,come November.. No wonder they laugh at us.. Sickening..

  2. If Steve Lonagan said at 3:25 pm on February 24th, 2014:

    really didn’t mean he was going to give up on politics, THIS would have been the opportunity and reason for him to run again.

    He easily has grounds based on his better than expected race last year to say, “See, I told you Booker was a problem” giving him an opportunity to build from that.

    I suspect in his heart he knew he could
    never really give up politics, and thus he should never have stopped campaigning for Senate.

    Now, he’s off on a run down in the 3rd when, combined with the disgust for Obamacare, he could have had a real chance to bring it home in the Senate race.

    JCG

    JCG.