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Did Three Members Of The Barnegat Township Committee Have A Meeting At The Barnegat School Board meeting?
Eric Thomas March 30, 2014 at 10:28 AM
Three members - a majority - of the township committee met in a closed meeting with the Board of Ed. Clearly, there is no question that a violation of law was committed; and it merits investigation by the state. Barnegat now has a rookie mayor who has no place in her position. She was gifted that office only because she changed political parties for her own personal gain in expectation of a county job as others (DiGangi, Gilmore, et al.) before her did. The tax burden in Barnegat is outrageous. It is the #1 reason why homes cannot be sold and why many homes are in default and abandoned. Until and unless Barnegat voters remove their heads from you-know-where, this pattern of inefficiency and political hooliganism will continue.
barnegat resident March 30, 2014 at 12:48 PM
The Mayor Sue McCabe, Al Bille and Marty Lisella drove to the high school together, walked in together and sat together. This is clearly a violation. Charges need to be filed ASAP.
Vince Jones March 30, 2014 at 04:16 PM
According to what I just read in the Sandpaper, the following took place: Dave Breeden contact the school superintendent "to say that Mayor Susan McCabe, Deputy Mayor Martin Lisella and Committeeman Albert Bille would be attending the board meeting, and that the mayor "would make brief remarks to the whole board during public comment regarding the Edwards School". Looks like a violation to me.
Ray April 04, 2014 at 04:39 PM
Its Morano and Howard against Lisella and Novak. Morano and Lisella are incumbents and Howard has lost twice while Novak ahs won 1 and lost 1.
it could be me April 05, 2014 at 11:17 AM
Mr Novak never won an election in Barnegat. He was appointed to fill a seat for a year, ran the next year and lost.

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