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WHY WOULD ANYONE THAT PLANS TO REMAIN A RESIDENT IN TOWN THINK WE NEED MORE LOWER INCOME HOUSING. HARRISON HAS NOT ONE BUT TWO DIFFERENT COMPLEXES FOR LOW INCOME RESIDENTS. KEARNY AND EAST NEWARK HAVE NONE. COULD IT BE THAT A MAYOR WITH A HUGE HOME IN SOUTH JERSEY AND AN APARTMENT IN THE TOWN HE SERVES AS MAYOR REALLY DOESN'T CARE WHERE THE TOWN IS HEADED. IT SEEMS TO ME HE COULD ESCAPE TO SOUTH JERSEY WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS. MCDONOUGH HAS NO TIES TO HARRISON. HE HAS NO CHILDREN IN THE SCHOOL SYSTEM AND HE AND HIS WIFE CAN RETIRE AT ANYTIME AND LEAVE. MCDONOUGH HAS ALSO ACHIEVED PENSION STATUS WITH HIS TIME IN OFFICE. WHY HOLD ON TO THIS POSITION SO FIERCELY? COULD IT BE TO ENSURE THAT HIMSELF AND EVERYONE CONNECTED TO HIM WILL CONTINUE TO REAP PERSONAL BENEFITS FROM FUTURE DEVELOPMENT? I AGREE WITH FUTURE POSTS IF WE BUILD SENIOR HOUSING WE COULD MOVE THE SENIORS FROM THE GARDENS AND COURTS AND OPEN UP SPOTS FOR MORE LOW INCOME FAMILIES.

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WHY WOULD ANYONE THAT PLANS TO REMAIN A RESIDENT IN TOWN THINK WE NEED MORE LOWER INCOME HOUSING. HARRISON HAS NOT ONE BUT TWO DIFFERENT COMPLEXES FOR LOW INCOME RESIDENTS. KEARNY AND EAST NEWARK HAVE NONE. COULD IT BE THAT A MAYOR WITH A HUGE HOME IN SOUTH JERSEY AND AN APARTMENT IN THE TOWN HE SERVES AS MAYOR REALLY DOESN'T CARE WHERE THE TOWN IS HEADED. IT SEEMS TO ME HE COULD ESCAPE TO SOUTH JERSEY WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS. MCDONOUGH HAS NO TIES TO HARRISON. HE HAS NO CHILDREN IN THE SCHOOL SYSTEM AND HE AND HIS WIFE CAN RETIRE AT ANYTIME AND LEAVE. MCDONOUGH HAS ALSO ACHIEVED PENSION STATUS WITH HIS TIME IN OFFICE. WHY HOLD ON TO THIS POSITION SO FIERCELY? COULD IT BE TO ENSURE THAT HIMSELF AND EVERYONE CONNECTED TO HIM WILL CONTINUE TO REAP PERSONAL BENEFITS FROM FUTURE DEVELOPMENT? I AGREE WITH FUTURE POSTS IF WE BUILD SENIOR HOUSING WE COULD MOVE THE SENIORS FROM THE GARDENS AND COURTS AND OPEN UP SPOTS FOR MORE LOW INCOME FAMILIES.

All other towns are blowing up their low income house we want to add more. While we're at it we should open it up to Jersey City and Newark residents. Hallways won't be the problem :P

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All other towns are blowing up their low income house we want to add more.  While we're at it we should open it up to Jersey City and Newark residents.  Hallways won't be the problem :blink:

You're right in that we don't need more large, dirty., low income project buildings like were built during the past 70 yrs.

We do need low-middle income ($35,000 under) AGE-RESTRICTED housing for SENIORS age 60 + who have a 'small pension + social security' and are unable to take care of a private home, but are still 'mentally' alert and need a nice, SAFE , CLEAN, DRUG-FREE , spacious 3-4 room apartment that is located near public transpoertation and NOT in the South Jersey countryside where you need a car to get to church, doctors and the stores. We 'need' a 'small' portion of 'APPEALING' senior housing, where any middle-class person would feel 'comfortable' in having their parent live who wanted to keep their independance, not have to move in with their kids or leave the town where they lived for most of their life.

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