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Switlyk & Mullay: Six Years of Feeble Government in Clinton Township

October 21, 2019

To the editor:

Clinton Township Council members Amy Switlyk and Brian Mullay are running for third terms. Their six years in office are marked by financial disasters and hiding their bad decisions. They brush off public scrutiny, mischaracterize serious problems, and avoid the truth about soaring taxes.

This year the tax rate is up 13.45 percent, 4 times the next highest in the area. The ...

Vote 'No,' Demand Accountability on School Referendum

To the editor:

We are rapidly approaching the vote on the two referendums the Flemington-Raritan school board has proposed. After reviewing the presentations, Q&A, and board minutes, I find many unanswered questions regarding the plan and process. That the board has initiated such an aggressive marketing campaign should give everyone pause when considering these proposals.

First, the ...

Hunterdon Freeholder Should Step Down

To the editor,

I am confused. I will admit that at my age it is sometimes easy to confuse me.

We have a Hunterdon Freeholder who was found slumped over the wheel of his vehicle on the side of the road at 5:30 p.m. on the 5th of August but was not cited until September. Is that because he is a Freeholder and running for re-election?

I was told he had been at a golf outing during the day.

Goryeb Children’s Hospital Opens Expanded Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

October 16, 2019

 

Morristown, NJ — To meet the demand for the highly specialized care needed for critically ill or injured children, Atlantic Health System’s Goryeb Children’s Hospital today announced the opening of its expanded Joan and Edward Foley Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU).

Prior to the renovation and expansion, the PICU held nine beds. Because ...

Switlyk & Mullay: Six Years of Feeble Government in Clinton Township

October 21, 2019

To the editor:

Clinton Township Council members Amy Switlyk and Brian Mullay are running for third terms. Their six years in office are marked by financial disasters and hiding their bad decisions. They brush off public scrutiny, mischaracterize serious problems, and avoid the truth about soaring taxes.

This year the tax rate is up 13.45 percent, 4 times the next highest in the area. The ...