Dining with Dwek, and other must-read stories in this weekend's Hudson Reporter newspapers
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HUDSON COUNTY -- What do politicians eat while they're being snared in a government corruption sting? This weekend's Hudson Reporer newspapers in Hoboken, Weehawken, Jersey City, North Bergen, Guttenberg, West New York, Union City, and Secaucus will delve into the FBI political corruption investigation from two years ago, and see how it relates to political palates. It's on the cover, and it includes some new information, so don't miss it!

But there's so much more to read in the paper. For instance, several free activities are coming to the area - including Hoboken's popular St. Ann's Italian Festival; free movies on the West New York waterfront, and a free jazz concert by local legend Paquito D'Rivera and friends in Weehawken.

And in the news...Jersey City residents react to three recent murders in one day, calling for action. In the North Bergen Reporter, we talk about New Jersey's version of Caylee's Law. In Secaucus, teen singers will converge at the local auditorium later this month for a national "Teen Idol" competition.

There's so much more. Check it out this weekend on your porch or at your corner store, or come back here to hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday!

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July 17, 2011
Dining With Dwek is a good piece but let us not forget Mr. Harold Budster Demellier who took a $20,000.00 bribe from Dwek while he was employed by Hudson County as a Director of Roads and Public Property. He did this on county time and in his county office. He also kept the money claiming he was on his lunch hour and working as a consultant. County Executive Tom DeGise said it's OK and no charges were filed and the Budster still has his job. How insulting is this to the residents of Hudson County? Why don't you newspaper guys follow up on this crook or are you afraid of him? One other note....the Budster and his cohort Craig Guy just gave their good friend and ex police officer"Wally" full control of the Hudson County Roads department because former Division Chief Ann Iannicco is retiring. You know Ann don't you? She's the one who had her private car serviced in the county Roads Garage on Duncan Avenue by a county employee on county time. The same Ann who made a pact with the Budster to get rid of Helmut Mross and Mike LoPresti so she could run the Roads Department "her way". What are you waiting for, go get him, oh wait..........That's right, he's waring a wire for the feds so you may have to wait a little longer.