Scott Neuman
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March 06, 2015
I'm confused, didn't Christie do the same thing during the Plat yoffs?
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COURSE OFFERING – Stevens Cooperative School will offer to the public a 7th grade private high school entrance exam preparation course for the Independent School Entrance Exam and Secondary School Achievement Test at the end of March 2015 at its Hoboken campus.
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UPDATED: Reports say U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez may face corruption charge
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HUDSON COUNTY – A report issued by CNN in the last few hours said that the U.S. Justice Department is allegedly preparing corruption charges against Democratic U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez, a former mayor of Union City who now lives in Hoboken. According to sources quoted by CNN, the Justice Department is preparing to bring criminal corruption charges against Menendez for allegedly helping promote the business interests of a Democratic donor in exchange for gifts. The move apparently is prompted in part by statute of limitations that could keep the Justice Department from filing changes if the case is delayed. The case allegedly involves Menendez relationship with Salomon Melgen, a Florida ophthalmologist, and in part on plane trips Menendez took in 2010 to the Dominican Republic. When the details emerged in 2013, Menendez reportedly paid back $58,000 to cover the costs of the trips, calling it an oversight. Menendez, one of the most powerful Democrats in the nation, has not yet responded to the CNN report, and when contacted by the Reporter just now, his staff said they are reviewing the details. – By Al Sullivan
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Scott Neuman
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1 Hour Ago
I'm confused, didn't Christie do the same thing during the Plat

yoffs?
johncupo
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March 06, 2015
3-6-15 Mr Franco, The asset was the base ,the value of the base property that Smith sold was at that time 750,000,000 million.Plus taxes. The state should have taken over Bayonne as it did in Camden,Camden received $175 million in extra state dollars. Smith by selling to the Port Authority in doing that caused three lawsuits. Smith short changed Bayonne taxpayers by selling. to the P.A. The base was the golden goose for Bayonne.