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I saw 4 different Town of Harrison or Harrison Construction Authority vehicles within a 5 min. span this morning while walking to the PATH station. Does anyone know how many vehicles are owned by our 1-square-mile town? The upkeep, insurance and gas costs must be incredible.

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I saw 4 different Town of Harrison or Harrison Construction Authority vehicles within a 5 min. span this morning while walking to the PATH station. Does anyone know how many vehicles are owned by our 1-square-mile town? The upkeep, insurance and gas costs must be incredible.

how about the girl who works for the Health Dept that has no licence but drives a town car around?????

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I saw 4 different Town of Harrison or Harrison Construction Authority vehicles within a 5 min. span this morning while walking to the PATH station. Does anyone know how many vehicles are owned by our 1-square-mile town? The upkeep, insurance and gas costs must be incredible.

That's a great way to save alot of money for the town. The vehicles should only be out during job performance not just riding around because they have nothing to do or they are tired and need a nap.

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I saw 4 different Town of Harrison or Harrison Construction Authority vehicles within a 5 min. span this morning while walking to the PATH station. Does anyone know how many vehicles are owned by our 1-square-mile town? The upkeep, insurance and gas costs must be incredible.

You should ask for an audit of the town owned vehicles. All of them. You would be surprised. Shiny new cars................................and all the super special toys too!

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how about the girl who works for the Health Dept that has no licence but drives a town car around?????

The mayor probably gave her permission to do that!!!!!!!

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That's a great way to save alot of money for the town. The vehicles should only be out during job performance not just riding around because they have nothing to do or they are tired and need a nap.

THEY HAVE TO RIDE AROUND TOWN , HOW DO YOU EXPECT THEM TO CATCH ILLIGAL APARTMENTS AND THE WORK WITHOUT THE PERMITS THAT ARE REQUIRED. YOU PLAN ON DOING ANY WORK THAT NEEDS PERMITS OR DO YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO HIDE ? KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK GUYS YOUR FINES AND PERMITS MIGHT HELP SAVE SOME JOBS FOR THE TOWN . RAISIN' MONEY AND RASIN ' CAINE , AND AT LEASE WE CAN SAY WE SEE YOU GUYS OUT THERE WORKING.

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You should ask for an audit of the town owned vehicles. All of them. You would be surprised. Shiny new cars................................and all the super special toys too!

I understand councilman Dollarhand has a vehicle for his own use compliments of his created position of head Custodian for the Board of Ed. How's that for PERKS!!!!!!!!!!

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I saw 4 different Town of Harrison or Harrison Construction Authority vehicles within a 5 min. span this morning while walking to the PATH station. Does anyone know how many vehicles are owned by our 1-square-mile town? The upkeep, insurance and gas costs must be incredible.

What's the matter Stevie Boy afraid they'll catch you doing something illegal again?

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THEY HAVE TO RIDE AROUND TOWN , HOW DO YOU EXPECT THEM TO CATCH ILLIGAL APARTMENTS AND THE WORK WITHOUT THE PERMITS THAT ARE REQUIRED. YOU PLAN ON DOING ANY WORK THAT NEEDS PERMITS OR DO YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO HIDE ? KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK GUYS YOUR FINES AND PERMITS MIGHT HELP SAVE SOME JOBS FOR THE TOWN . RAISIN' MONEY AND RASIN ' CAINE , AND AT LEASE WE CAN SAY WE SEE YOU GUYS OUT THERE WORKING.

THANKS BAGGY

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The mayor probably gave her permission to do that!!!!!!!

Wht does 'nt the police dept check all town works and they will see how many have suspended licenses and how many have warrants

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THEY HAVE TO RIDE AROUND TOWN , HOW DO YOU EXPECT THEM TO CATCH ILLIGAL APARTMENTS AND THE WORK WITHOUT THE PERMITS THAT ARE REQUIRED. YOU PLAN ON DOING ANY WORK THAT NEEDS PERMITS OR DO YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO HIDE ? KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK GUYS YOUR FINES AND PERMITS MIGHT HELP SAVE SOME JOBS FOR THE TOWN . RAISIN' MONEY AND RASIN ' CAINE , AND AT LEASE WE CAN SAY WE SEE YOU GUYS OUT THERE WORKING.

Catch what? Can't catch nothin' !!! For every one they "catch" they miss 6 others. That's why they fine em so much. Please -- do your job. Maybe if they spent some time here on the weekends they would see the booming construction work that takes place. Hidin' Hidin' Hidin' ......... Ghost workers in the Dodge.........Yippee ay a!!!

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That's a great way to save alot of money for the town. The vehicles should only be out during job performance not just riding around because they have nothing to do or they are tired and need a nap.

The Construction Dep't. is probably one of the best run and busiest Dep'ts. in the town. They do a good job trying to keep the town decent and they also are very helpful to any resident who inquires at their office. With the redevelopment they are constantly busy thanks to Rocco Russomanno and Mary Gaines two of Harrison's finest employees. The Police Dep't. also has fine officers at the top, their problem is their patrolmen, and some of the disgruntled middle management officers (Sgt. and LT. and Cap't.)

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The Construction Dep't. is probably one of the best run and busiest Dep'ts. in the town. They do a good job trying to keep the town decent and they also are very helpful to any resident who inquires at their office. With the redevelopment they are constantly busy thanks to Rocco Russomanno and Mary Gaines two of Harrison's finest employees. The Police Dep't. also has fine officers at the top, their problem is their patrolmen, and some of the disgruntled middle management officers (Sgt. and LT. and Cap't.)

They are so busy that they allow the connected redeveloper to not fix their sidewalks out front of the old Guyon buildings on F.E. Rodgers Blvd. South. Would Frank Rodgers have allowed that? No way.

***** can go after folks who the developers don't like but he turns a blind eye to clear violations by the developers themselves. The Property Maintenance Code is selectively enforced. That is not doing a good job. That is corruption.

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When all this development has been compleated and all the new sidewalks go in, as they all do when constuction is compleated , what the hell will you peaple find to complain about ? Maybe the weather , or the color of your neighbors house, or the birds are singing too loud ? Relax and enjoy life we are not here forever.................

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Catch what? Can't catch nothin' !!! For every one they "catch" they miss 6 others. That's why they fine em so much. Please -- do your job. Maybe if they spent some time here on the weekends they would see the booming construction work that takes place. Hidin' Hidin' Hidin' ......... Ghost workers in the Dodge.........Yippee ay a!!!

If you know of any illegal apartments or work going on in town feel free to call the construction department and they will do something about it. Just ask councilman Mc Cry-Baby.

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They are so busy that they allow the connected redeveloper to not fix their sidewalks out front of the old Guyon buildings on F.E. Rodgers Blvd. South. Would Frank Rodgers have allowed that? No way.

***** can go after folks who the developers don't like but he turns a blind eye to clear violations by the developers themselves. The Property Maintenance Code is selectively enforced. That is not doing a good job. That is corruption.

Aren't the sidewalks across the street in front of PSG&E property usable? Stop being a cry baby! Frank Rodgers was agreat mayor, but allowed the town to deteriorate in the industrial areas to the point that only a massive redevelopment project would correct. The developers can go to many towns, it takes certain consecsions ( if holding off on a sidewalk where theres one across the street is one - so be it) to get them to build in any town.

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Aren't the sidewalks across the street in front of PSG&E property usable? Stop being a cry baby! Frank Rodgers was agreat mayor, but allowed the town to deteriorate in the industrial areas to the point that only a massive redevelopment project would correct. The developers can go to many towns, it takes certain consecsions ( if holding off on a sidewalk where theres one across the street is one - so be it) to get them to build in any town.

Under your logic, homeowners who live on streets with sidewalks on the other side of the street don't need to repair their sidewalks because pedestrians can simply j-walk across the street to the other side.

you must be on the town's payroll or worse on the take.

today, the sidewalk is mud: a disgrace that makes Harrison look worse.

Frank Rodgers did not let the town deteriorate. He for sure would not have allowed the redevelopers to call the shots. The residents came first, then Frank Rodgers. He wasn't perfect but he was far better than Ray McDonough.

Hey Developer! When is the cement truck coming to put in a new sidewalk to replace the perfectly good sidewalk you took out? Let's not use Harrison logic. Let's use common sense.

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Wht does 'nt the police dept check all town works and they will see how many have suspended licenses and how many have warrants

You all get paid well enough, your tickets should be paid and you car should have the proper paperwork. Don't be mad at the police officer who did his job be mad at the cop who turns his head because he is afraid to upset the apple cart. Some day you will learn how to be responsible and grow up some day....some are slower than others! At some point in your life you have to stop pointing your finget and start pointing the thumb. Regular people get a ticket they pay it, your landlord gives you a rent price you pay it, NJMV sends you a renewal for your car you send them a check and so on.... it's pretty easy, I do it all the time!!!!

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Under your logic, homeowners who live on streets with sidewalks on the other side of the street don't need to repair their sidewalks because pedestrians can simply j-walk across the street to the other side.

you must be on the town's payroll or worse on the take.

today, the sidewalk is mud: a disgrace that makes Harrison look worse.

Frank Rodgers did not let the town deteriorate. He for sure would not have allowed the redevelopers to call the shots. The residents came first, then Frank Rodgers. He wasn't perfect but he was far better than Ray McDonough.

Hey Developer! When is the cement truck coming to put in a new sidewalk to replace the perfectly good sidewalk you took out? Let's not use Harrison logic. Let's use common sense.

Sorry not on town's payroll or take! As for common sense who walks on South F. Rodgers Blvd down by old Guyon compared to the average homeowmers sidewalk? I rest my case and yours. Sorry Stevie Boy!

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Sorry not on town's payroll or take! As for common sense who walks on South F. Rodgers Blvd down by old Guyon compared to the average homeowmers sidewalk? I rest my case and yours. Sorry Stevie Boy!

I'm not Stevie Boy! Councilman McCormick to you. A sidewalk is a sidewalk unless you are a connected developer then the Building Department has blinders on. The DCA should come down and take Russomano's license since he is failing to do his job: enforce the building code. Removing a sidewalk and not replacing it is a clear violation. Did the Developer have a permit to remove the sidewalk? Another violation. The town needs money to pay the gasoline bill for those construction department vehicles and salaries. There is a source. Fines from absentee developers.

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I'm not Stevie Boy! Councilman McCormick to you. A sidewalk is a sidewalk unless you are a connected developer then the Building Department has blinders on. The DCA should come down and take Russomano's license since he is failing to do his job: enforce the building code. Removing a sidewalk and not replacing it is a clear violation. Did the Developer have a permit to remove the sidewalk? Another violation. The town needs money to pay the gasoline bill for those construction department vehicles and salaries. There is a source. Fines from absentee developers.

YOU SEEM TO CLAIM TO KNOWING SO MUCH IN THE FIELD OF CONSTRUCTION. BUT I DON'T THINK SO. DEVELOPERS HAVE ALL THE NECESSARY PERMITS TO DO CONSTUCTION IN THE REDEVELOPMENT AREA . DO YOU THINK THEY WOULD DO SUCH A DUMB THING LIKE THAT WITHOUT PERMISSION, UNLIKE OUR SO CALL GREAT 2ND WARD COUNCILMAN WHO IS FACING LARGE PENALTIES IN COURT FOR ALL HIS ILLIGAL CONSTRUCTION AT HIS FORT ON THE BLVD. HE IS ACCUSING EVERYONE ELSE OF SOMETHING HE HIMSELF IS CHARGED WITH. A REAL EXAMPLE OF THE LEADER THAT HAS MISLEAD HIS FOLLOWERS. ALSO WHY NOT FIND THE GUTS TO QUESTION MR. RUSSOMMANO ABOUT HIS FAILURE TO DO HIS JOB ? I'M SURE HE WOULD ACCOMODATE YOU WITH AN ANSWER , IF YOU ARE MAN ENOUGH TO ASK HIM.

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When all this development has been compleated and all the new sidewalks go in, as they all do when constuction is compleated , what the hell will you peaple find to complain about ? Maybe the weather , or the color of your neighbors house, or the birds are singing too loud ? Relax and enjoy life we are not here forever.................

AS LONG AS THEY HAVE GONE AFTER ALL OF THE BUILDING CODE VIOLATIONS AND ILLEGAL APTS. CONSTRUCTED, AND FINED THEM.

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Under your logic, homeowners who live on streets with sidewalks on the other side of the street don't need to repair their sidewalks because pedestrians can simply j-walk across the street to the other side.

you must be on the town's payroll or worse on the take.

today, the sidewalk is mud: a disgrace that makes Harrison look worse.

Frank Rodgers did not let the town deteriorate. He for sure would not have allowed the redevelopers to call the shots. The residents came first, then Frank Rodgers. He wasn't perfect but he was far better than Ray McDonough.

Hey Developer! When is the cement truck coming to put in a new sidewalk to replace the perfectly good sidewalk you took out? Let's not use Harrison logic. Let's use common sense.

You're using Harrison logic. Homeowners are in the middle of town not on the outskirts or edges, in an industrial area where there is not much foot traffic. Also the construction is temporary not a permenent inconvenience. I'm sure the side walk has not been replaced because the construction equipment that has to be driven across it would damage the new sidewalk. Is this not logical to you?

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