Common Sense For Belmar Liberty Begins At Home

November 30, 2017

Senior Center, 10:33 AM

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Coast Covers

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November 29, 2017

Bad News

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Mail in recount finds 5 ballots machines couldn’t read.

Instead of filling in dot, voters circled candidates’ names.

4 of 5 went to Brennan, who wins 996 to 994

 

Today

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Will let you know as soon as I hear anything.

November 28, 2017

Been There Done That

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Mayor’s friends are all excited about his reserved parking spot at Borough Hall:

 

 

Eh, it wasn’t all that great.  He can have it.

November 27, 2017

What Can Go Wrong?

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Plenty.

Belmar’s close relationships with Chefs, Merri-Makers cause for concern.

(For me, anyway.)

 

The SEC said Oyster Bay and Venditto concealed from investors in 26 securities offerings from August 2010 to December 2015 how the town had agreed to indirectly guarantee four private loans worth more than $20 million to Singh.

According to the SEC, the decision “to go to such great lengths” to help Singh, identified as the “concessionaire” in its complaint, stemmed from his “long and close relationship” with town and county officials, involving gifts, bribes, kickbacks and political support.

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All with the cooperation of a compliant Town Board:

On March 23, 2010, the Oyster Bay Town Board unanimously passed an unusual resolution — one that later would become key to federal allegations of corruption against former Supervisor John Venditto…………………….

…………………How did it pass the town board? Why was the town so willing to help out a single concessionaire when there likely were others facing a credit crunch? And why didn’t any town board member question why the municipality should — either directly or indirectly — place the burden on town taxpayers to pay off one vendor’s debts, should he default?

No one asked any of those questions.

They didn’t ask those questions because they were likely in Venditto’s pocket, who in turn was in Singh’s pocket.  Not a good situation and one that you can see parallels to here in Belmar.

November 26, 2017

Last Week

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November 25, 2017

Certificate Of Vallario Victory

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Council Cool J

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November 24, 2017

Hmm..I Wonder Why They Call Stumpy’s

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Maybe they need to be more careful.  Just sayin.

 

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