16 months after Sandy... broken promises, diverted aid, red tape, unpaid insurance claims, minimal dunes, fired state contractors, politics as usual, excuses, blame-game!
Are you mad, sad, frustrated, hopeless, fed up?
Voice your opinions at Gov. Christie's "town hall" photo opp Tuesday. He will delivers a monologue and then take questions from the audience. Don't let his shills and political cronies dominate the meeting! Pre-register NOW at TownHall.Berkeley@gov.state.nj.us.
The well-orchestrated event needs your input. It will be held at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 4th, at the Holiday City Clubhouse 2, 631 Jamaica Boulevard, Berkeley Twp. (Route 37 to Mule Rd., right at Barbados Dr. signal. Corner of Barbados and Jamaica.) COME EARLY to get a seat. Bring a friend and bring a sign for your car and our rally in the parking lot. Bring your questions and speak for 3 mins.
Christie will discuss the second round of federal funding for superstorm Sandy recovery, and maybe tell suffering Shore homeowners why he spent millions on Belleville, New Brunswick, TV commercials, a boardwalk, politically connected contractors, incompetent cabinet depts. and who knows what else.
Doors to the clubhouse will open at 10:30 a.m., and people will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis. No bags are permitted in the clubhouse, and personal items will be subject to search. State troopers will probably confiscate any negative signs and shirts, so leave them outside.
In addition, a mobile cabinet — featuring representatives from a number of state departments — will be held at the clubhouse immediately following the town hall, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Sandy-affected residents are urged to bring their paperwork to the meeting in order to expedite the resolution of any issues. Good luck with that!